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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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Bus Ek Maafi Hamari Tauba Kabhi Jo Aisay Sataayein Tum Ko,

Lo Haath Joray, Lo Kaan Pakhray, Ab 0

Jhukana Chaha Tha Jis Sar Ko Sham Walon Ne
Shikast Dekhiye Us Sar Ko Khud Utha K Chale...

Kon kehta hai mohabbat azeem hai??
yeh kis ne keh diya?
K Mohabbat azeem hai
Mohabbat to bas chan

Let those who are in favour with their stars
Of public honour and proud titles boast,
Whilst I, wh

Jee Chahta Hai Usay Muft Main Dil De DOn, ,
Itne Masoom kharidar Se Kya Lena Dena, , ,

Bichar K Tujh Se Kisi Tor Dil Behel Na Saka

Nishaniyan Bhi Teri, Mere Pas Kitni Thin...

Hamare dil main ab talkhi nahin hai,
Magar woh baat pehle si nahin hai,
Mujhe mayuus bhi karti nah

The name the Gallic exile bore,
St. Malo! from thy ancient mart,
Became upon our Western shore
Gr

Kahan Dil Qaid Se Chhoota Howa Hai ?
Abhi Tak Sheher Se Rootha Howa Hai
Hum Kaisay Kahain Is Dil K

nind aai na khula raat ka bistar mujh se
guftugu karta raha chand barabar mujh se
apna saya use

Dil na�umeed to naheen, nakaam hi to hai,

Lambi hai gham ki sham, magar shaam hi to hai..

hawas bala ki mohabbat hamein bala ki hai
kabhi buton ki KHushamad kabhi KHuda ki hai
kisi ko ch

Even as the Blessed, at the final summons,
Shall rise up quickened, each one from his grave,
Weari

Wo darakht jinper parindon k ghar nahi hote,
dost jitne bhi hon motaber nahi hote,

mare doston k

tu ziyaada mein se bahar nahin aaya karta
main ziyaada ko mayassar nahin aaya karta
main tera wa

Akhiri Tis Azamane Ko
Ji To Chaha Tha Muskurane Ko

Yad Itni Bhi Sakht Jan To Nahin
Ik Gharaunda

Hum rahe, par nahi rahe aabaad

Yaad ke ghar nahi rahe aabaad

Kitni aankheN huiN halaak E nazar

Charaaghon ka gharaana chal raha hai,
Havaa se dostaana chal raha hai,
Jawaani ki hawaayen chal ra

Na Roya Kar Sari Sari Raat Kisi Bewafa Ki Yaad Mai, ,
Wo Khush Hai Apni Dunya Mai Teri Dunya Ujaar

Mujhe Aadat Si Ho Gai Hai
BheeGi BheeGi Aankhoon Se SoNy Ki

JhooTy MuTy Khuwaab PiRoNy Ki
Ki

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