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A Poison Tree - Poem by William Blake

I was angry with my friend:
I told my wrath, my wrath did end.
I was angry with my foe:
I told it not, my wrath did grow.

And I watered it in fears,
Night and morning with my tears;
And I sunned it with smiles,
And with soft deceitful wiles.

And it grew both day and night,
Till it bore an apple bright.
And my foe beheld it shine.
And he knew that it was mine,

And into my garden stole
When the night had veiled the pole;
In the morning glad I see
My foe outstretched beneath the tree.
William Blake

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Apno Ne Bhi Na Socha Ke Ujronga To Kahan Jaonga MOHSIN

Aashayana Jin Ka Na Ho Wo Prinday AKsar Ma

Kash teri dunya mujh se mujh tak ho

Aur mai tujhe tera bhi na hone don

Her Bar Mere Saamnay Aati Rahi Ho Tum
Har Bar Tum Se Mil Ke Bicharta Raha Hun Mein

Tum Kon Ho Ye

Tarab-zaaron pe kya beeti sanam-khaanon pe kya guzri,
Dil-e-zinda tere marhuum armaanon pe kya guzr

Ishq Labon Pe
Ishq Dua Mein
Jism Mein
Rooh Mein
Ishq Rawaan
Rawaan Rawaan Rawaan

Ishq Nazar

Itne Ghane Badal Ke Peche
Kitna Tanha Ho Ga Chand

Aaj Bata Raha Hon Nusqa-e-Muhabbat Zara Gor Se Sunna, ,
Na Chahat Ko Hadd Se Barhao Na Ishq Ko Sarr

Anna who was mad,
I have a knife in my armpit.
When I stand on tiptoe I tap out messages.
Am I s

Nateeja Phir Wohi Hoga, Suna Hai Saal Badlay Ga,



Parindy Phr wohi Honge Shikari JaaL Badlay

be-yaqini ka talluq bhi yaqin se nikla
mera rishta wahi aaKHir ko zamin se nikla
mujh ko pahchan

Us ki aankhon ko kabhi ghaur se dekha hai Faraz,
Roney walon ki taraaah jaagney waalon jesi..

Mousam-E-Barish Ki Ab Zaroorat Nahi Mare Shehar Ko
"YA RAB"
K Ab teri Rehmato me Bheeg Jany K Li

Mohabbat Ka Junun Baqi Nahin Hai
Musalmanon Mein Khun Baqi Nahin Hai

Safen Kaj, Dil Pareshan, Sa

Khudi Hai Izzat-O-Yaqeen Ka Dastoor Mian
Jo Dekh Lia Kahin Pe Ye Satoor Mian

Hai Ishq Wo Bala K

We bought a small house
along the river, in Southside barrio.
A shack I pried boards from the fron

Sing, O goddess, the anger of Achilles son of Peleus, that brought
countless ills upon the Achaeans

her zaghum ko seenay peh saja laite hein
her dard ko hum dil mein basa laite hein

tum pholoon pe

دھمکی میں مرگیا جو، نہ بابِ نبرد تھا
عشقِ نبرد پیشہ طلب

Bharrkaa rahe hain aag lab-e-naghmagar se hum,
Khamosh kya rahen ge zamaane ke ddar se hum,
Kuch a

Dil Hijr K Dard Se Bojhal Hai
Ab Aan Milo To Behtar Hai

Is Bat Se Hum Ko Kya Matlab
Ye Kese Ho

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