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A Picture - Poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

I strolled last eve across the lonely down;
One solitary picture struck my eye:
A distant ploughboy stood against the sky—
How far he seemed above the noisy town!
Upon the bosom of a cloud the sod
Laid its bruised cheek as he moved slowly by,
And, watching him, I asked myself if I
In very truth stood half as near to God.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox

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Hum Ne Kuch Aisa Tarasha Hai Teri Aankhon Ko,
Loog Sahar Ki Misaalon Se Tujhe Jaante Hain.... <3

I took leave of you, old friend, at the
Yellow Crane Pavilion;
In the mist and bloom of March, y

Ye Tumse Keh Diya Kisne
K Tum Bin Reh Nahi Sakte
Ye Dukh Hum Seh Nahi Sakte
Chalo Hum Maan Lete H

Teri Ankhon Ki Qasam Zindagi Samjha Hai Tujhe

Tujh Ko Kuch Soch K Sanson Me Sharakat Di Hai...

Tumhara saath mil jae to sab dukh bhool jaoungi
Woh kehti thi k har soorat tumhen apna banaoungi,

DaiKh Kaisi Qayamat Si Barpa Hui Hai Aashiyanon Pay IQbaL�!
Jo Lahoo Se Tameer Huye Thay, Paani S

Tumhain MaLoom hai Jaanaa K tum Bhi Aik Qatal ho

Mery Andar ka Ek Hansta howa insaN Tum Ny Maara

Hum ko to be’sawaal mile be’talab mile,
Hum woh nahin hain saqi ke jab mangen tab mile..

Shaam-e-firaaq ab na puuch aayi aur aa ke ttal gayi,
Dil tha ke phir behhal geya jaan thi ke phir s

Me Ne Is Tor Se Chaha Tujhe Aksar Jana

Jese Mahtaab Ko Be-Ant Samundar Chahe

Jese Sooraj Ki Ki

Bahot Raat Ho Gai Ab Lotna Hy Mujhy,

Mery Bistar Py Muntazir Hy Tanhai Meri..!

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

mare doston k

Eid Milnay Zaroor Aunga
Wa’ada Kar Kay Mukar Gaya Koi

عید ملنے ضرور آئوں گا

Witlaf, a king of the Saxons,
Ere yet his last he breathed,
To the merry monks of Croyland
His dr

Eid Tu Aa K Mere Jee Ko Jalaave Afsos

Jis K Aane Ki Khushi Ho Wo Na Aave Afsos...

It is very nice to think
The world is full of meat and drink,
With little children saying grace

mauj-e-bala mein roz koi Dubta rahe
sahil har ek bar magar dekhta rahe
yaron ki kashtiyan rahin

Yad Kar K Mujhe Takleef Hi Hoti Hogi
Aik Qissa Hun Purana Sa Bhula De Mujh Ko...

OH, I haven't got long to live, for we all
Die soon, e'en those who live longest;
And the poorest

Hai Tawaf-o-Hajj Ka Hanganma Ager Baqi To Kia

Kund Ho Kar Reh Gayi Momin Ki Taigh-e-Be_Neyam

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