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A Parable - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

I PICKED a rustic nosegay lately,
And bore it homewards, musing greatly;
When, heated by my hand, I found
The heads all drooping tow'rd the ground.
I plac'd them in a well-cool'd glass,
And what a wonder came to pass
The heads soon raised themselves once more.
The stalks were blooming as before,
And all were in as good a case
As when they left their native place.




So felt I, when I wond'ring heard
My song to foreign tongues transferr'd.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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Ye Barish Khoobsorat Hai,
Ik Arsy Baad,
Meri Rooh Mein
Seraab Hone Ki Tamanna Jag Uthi,
Mage

Kadam ruk se gaye hain aj phol bikte daik kar
Wo aksar muj se kehta tha “muhabat phol jesi hai

Mere Teemaar Daaron Se,
Maseeha Jab Ye Keh Dain Gay,
Dawa Taaseer Kho Bethi,

Dua Ka WaQt Aa

Aaj yaaron ko mubarak ho ke subh-e eid hai,
Raag hai mai hai chaman hai dilruba hai deed hai,
Dil

Zarori nahin hai talwar se zair karne ki,
Mere dushmin ki haar k lie meri jeet hi bahot hai..

Kal Tak Jo Kehte Thai Ke Ronaq-e-Mehfil Tujh Se Hai, ,
Aaj Wohi Mujh Se Ulajhte Hain Ke Tum Mehfil

ek pahchan ke kitne ism hain
ek inam ke kitne nam hain
tera nam wo baadal jis ka paighambar par

Sunehraa hii sunehraa waada-e-farda rahaa hoga
Qayaas-aaraayi kaa besaakhtaa lamha raha hoga

Aankhain khuab dekhti hain
Kisi say mil janey ka
Ya khud ko kho denay ka
Tanha reh janay ka
Khud

Ashk Girtay hain to her Saans PIGHAL Jati hay,
De k Ek Dard Naya her Shaam DHAL Jati hay,

Tujh k

Khwahish-e-ishq b bharpor saza deti hai,
Aag ban kar jo jawani ko jala deti hai,
Itna bhi tot kar

Tanha tha is duniya ki bheer main
Socha koi nahin mery taqdeer main

Aik din aap ne dosti ka hath

Zara Si Der Ko Aye The Khwab Ankhon Mein
Phir Us K Bad Musalsal Azab Ankhon Mein

Wo Jis K Nam Ki

Wafa ka naam suna tha puranay logon se.,

Hamaray waqt mein Yeh Hadsa hua hi nahin...!!!

Us ne sukuut-e-shab main bhi apna payaam rakh diya,
Hijr ki raat baam pr mah-e-tamaam rakh diya,
A

Log Kehte Häin K Mera Dil Pathar Ka Tha.

Lekin Kuch Log Aise Bhi Miley Jo is Ko Bhi Torrney Mei

aashiqi sabr talab aur tamanna betaab

dil ka kya rang karoon khoon-e-jigar hone tak

Ghaniim se bhi adaawat meN had nahi maaNgi
K haar maan li, lekin, madad nahi maaNgi

Hazaar shu

Mein Haqeeqat Houn Samajhtey Hein Woh Afsaana Mujhey
Khud Jalaatey Hein Bana Kar Apna Parwaana Mujh

Ojhal sahi nigah se, dooba nahi huN maiN

Ae raat khabar-dar K hara nahi huN maiN

Darpesh subh-

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