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A Nursery Darling - Poem by Lewis Carroll

A Mother's breast:
Safe refuge from her childish fears,
From childish troubles, childish tears,
Mists that enshroud her dawning years!
see how in sleep she seems to sing
A voiceless psalm--an offering
Raised, to the glory of her King
In Love: for Love is Rest.


A Darling's kiss:
Dearest of all the signs that fleet
From lips that lovingly repeat
Again, again, the message sweet!
Full to the brim with girlish glee,
A child, a very child is she,
Whose dream of heaven is still to be
At Home: for Home is Bliss.
Lewis Carroll

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Dil to kehta hai Usey laut k aana hai yahin

Ye Dilasa mujhe Pagal nhi hone deta.!

(You supply the pictures!)

I get to meditate
in a chair!
Or against the wall
with my legs
s

Chalo ki hum bujhe bujhe se ghar ka marsiya kahen,
woh chaand toh utar gaya haweliyon ki aut mein

I know a little country place
Where still my heart doth linger,
And o'er its fields is every grace

USay Kehna Kitaabon Mein Rakhey S0okhey Huwy Ph0ol..

Us Ke L0ut Aaney Ka YaQeen Ab Tak Dilatey H

And this will be all?
And the gates will never open again?
And the dust and the wind will play aro

Μere Dost Αaj Jo Jaldi Jago gay,
Αur Apna Phone Uthaa-O-Gay,
Νaye Saal Ki Ρehali Shubkamanaay

Meri neendain urra kar ussay kiya mila...?
Jallay dil ko jala kar ussay kiya mila..!

Anjaan ra

STAY, O sweet and do not rise!
The light that shines comes from thine eyes;
The day breaks not:

Darwaza Jo Khola To Nazar Aaye KhaRe Woh
Hairat Hai Mujhe Aaj Kidhar Bhool PaRe Woh

Bhoolaa Na

Lafz to sab ke ik jese hain to kese baat khule,
Duniyaa daari kitni hai aur chaahat kitni hai..

Koi Ahat, Koi Awaz, Koi Chap Nahi

Dil Ki Galyan Bari Sunsan Hai Aye Koi

I ask for a moment's indulgence to sit by thy side. The works
that I have in hand I will finish af

Main Tujhe Dhoondne Yaadon Ki Khuli Sarkon Pr...
Kushk Patton Ki Tarah Roz Bikhar Jata Hon...

Eid ka din bhi shab-e-hijar ki sorat guzra...

Dost aya na koi aur na hi tum aaye...

Qurb-e-jaanaN ka na maikhaane ka mausam aaya
Phir se be-sarfaa ujaR jaane ka mausam aaya

Kunj-

Mulaim Hath, Kham-e-Zulf, Ada-e-Nain, or Yaqoot Hont...!

Wallah..! Qatal Baqi Hai, Auzaar To Sabh

Udasiyon Se Wabasta Hai Yeh Zindagi Meri WASI
Khuda Gawaah Hai K Phir Bhi Tujhe Yaad Karte Hain

Rut jAb maazi ki suhani yad aati hai.
Hamen do premiyon ki kahani yad aati hai.

Majnon sa ik l

Kisi taveel musaafat mein rahnumaa si khaak

Hamaare saath musalsal hai aashnaa si khaak

Teraa

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