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A Song Of Savoy - Poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

As the dim twilight shrouds
The mountain's purple crest,
And Summer's white and folded clouds
Are glowing in the west,
Loud shouts come up the rocky dell,
And voices hail the evening-bell.

Faint is the goatherd's song,
And sighing comes the breeze;
The silent river sweeps along
Amid its bending trees -
And the full moon shines faintly there,
And music fills the evening air.

Beneath the waving firs
The tinkling cymbals sound;
And as the wind the foliage stirs,
I see the dancers bound
Where the green branches, arched above,
Bend over this fair scene of love.

And he is there, that sought
My young heart long ago!
But he has left me - though I thought
He ne'er could leave me so.
Ah! lover's vows - how frail are they!
And his - were made but yesterday.

Why comes he not? I call
In tears upon him yet;
'Twere better ne'er to love at all,
Than love, and then forget!
Why comes he not? Alas! I should
Reclaim him still, if weeping could.

But see - he leaves the glade,
And beckons me away:
He comes to seek his mountain maid!
I cannot chide his stay.
Glad sounds along the valley swell,
And voices hail the evening-bell.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Mujhe To Aaj Pata Chala Ke Mai Kis Qadar Tanha Hon, ,
Peeche Jab Bhi Morr Kar Dekhon To Mera Saya B

Come gentle Air! th' AEolian shepherd said,
While Procris panted in the secret shade:
Come, gentle

Ya Masihai Usy Bhool Gai Hai Mohsin

Ya Phir Is Bar Mera Zakhm Hi Gehta Hoga...!

Ab jis k ji main aye wohi pa le roshni
humne to dil jala?ker sar-e-rah rakh dia

Apna Zamana Aap Banate Hai Ahl-E Dil

Ham Wo Nahi Ke Jin Ko Zamana Bna Gya

To change the world enough
you must cease to be afraid
of the poor.
We experience your fear as th

Yeh qarzz to mera hai chukaaye ga koi aur,
Dukh mujh ko hai aur neer bahaaye ga koi aur,

Kyaa ph

Νaya savera nayi Κiran kay sath,
Νaya din ek payari si muskaan kay sath,
Αap ko naya saal muba

Woh mohabbat ka khuda hai mujhe maloom na tha
Sajda usko bhi rawa hai mujhe maloom na tha

Woh bi

Ye IShQ Ka Rog Jata Nahin kasam Ly LO,

Galy Mein Daal Kar Sary Taveez Dekhy Hein..
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And one of the elders of the city said, "Speak to us of Good and Evil."

And he answered:

Of

گر خامشی سے فائدہ اخفائے حال ھے
خوش ھوں کہ میری بات سمج

Ghar ka rasta bhi milaa tha shayed,
Raah me sang-e-wafaa tha shayed,
Is qadar taiz hawa ke jhonke,

On almost the incendiary eve
Of several near deaths,
When one at the great least of your best love

De uThi lau jo tere saath guzaari hui shaam
Hujra e jaaN ki har ik cheez pe taari hui shaam

Umr

Koi Tadbeer Bhoolne Ki Nahi
Yaad Aney k So Bahane Hain...

Mere yaqiN ko pas-E-purda-E-gumaN kar ke

Tu is nawaah men rahta hai per kahaN kar ke

Nahi hai

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

Aqal Ne Aik Din Ye Dil Se Kaha
Bhoole Bhatke Ki Rahnuma Hun Main

One day reason said to the hear

Chorus—I'll aye ca' in by yon town,
And by yon garden-green again;
I'll aye ca' in by yon town,

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