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A Soldier - Poem by Robert Frost

He is that fallen lance that lies as hurled,
That lies unlifted now, come dew, come rust,
But still lies pointed as it plowed the dust.
If we who sight along it round the world,
See nothing worthy to have been its mark,
It is because like men we look too near,
Forgetting that as fitted to the sphere,
Our missiles always make too short an arc.
They fall, they rip the grass, they intersect
The curve of earth, and striking, break their own;
They make us cringe for metal-point on stone.
But this we know, the obstacle that checked
And tripped the body, shot the spirit on
Further than target ever showed or shone.
Robert Frost

Latest Urdu Poetry

Apni Gali Mai Mujh Ko Na Kar Dafan Bad-e-Qatl
Mere Pate Se Khalq Ko Kyun Tera Ghar Mile

Suraj roshni le kar aayaa,
Aur chidyon ne gaanaa gaayaa,
Phoolon ne hans hans kar bolaa,
Mubarak

Hazaron Dukh Paren Sehna Mohabbat Mar Nahi Sakti
Hai Tum Se Bus Yahe Kehna Mohabbat Mar Nahi Sakti

YOU spotted snakes with double tongue,
Thorny hedgehogs, be not seen;
Newts and blind-worms,

Jin Aankhon Ko Sajdon Me Rone ki Aadat Ho,,

Wo Ankhain Kabhi Apne Muqadar Par Roya Nahi Kartin...

Marne ke baad bhi meri aankhain khuli rahin,,,
Aadat jo parr gayi thi tere intizaar ki..

Dil Ka Aalam Ek Darya Jaisa Hai
Do Kinaron Me Dard Behta Hai...

Heavy-hocked, barrel-bellied,
exhaling billows of steam, they wait
while the corn, wheat, clover

Hum Karen Baat Dalilon Se To Radd Hoti Hai,
Us K Hoonton Ki Khamoshi Bhi Sanad Hoti Hai,

Saans

Woh Faqt Sehen Tak Hee Aati Thi,
Main Bhi Hijre Se Kam Nikalta Tha

bulbul gulon se dekh ke tujh ko bigaD gaya
qumri ka tauq sarw ki gardan mein paD gaya
chin-bar-j

My body is flooded
With the flame of Love.
My soul lives in
A furnace of bliss.

Love's fragran

Jahan Rahe Ga Wahen Roshni Lutaye Ga

Kisi Chiragh Ka Apna Makan Nahi Hota

Es Eid pe lot k aa jana?

kuch yadein TAZa
KARNI hain,
kuch lamhay mor k
Laanay hain,
kuch taa

Mohabbat Hath Ma Phani Houi Chorri Ki Mannind Ha,
Saawarti Ha Khanakti Ha Khanak Kr Thoot Jati Ha..

Barray Zor-O-Shor Se Chal Raha Hai Karobaar-E-Mohabbat...

Kahin Chahtain Bik Rahin Hain, Kahin L

ALONG the grass sweet airs are blown
Our way this day in Spring.
Of all the songs that we have kno

Iza-dehi ki daad jo paata raha hon main.
Har naaz aafren ko satata raha hon main.

Ay kaash kha

Dil Paak nahi to Paak Ho Sakta Nahi Insaan,

Warna Ibles ko bhi aate The Wusoo Ke Fraiz Bohat...!

Mere jalte makaan ko kya maloom

Mere ghar ke chiragh mujrim hain

Urdu Poetry

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