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A World Worth Living In - Poem by Ella Wheeler Wilcox

One who claims that he knows about it
Tells me the earth is a vale of sin;
But I and the bees, and the birds we doubt it,
And think it a world worth living in.
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Whatever you want, if you wish for it long,
With constant yearning and ceaseless desire,
If your wish soars upward on wings so strong
That they never grow languid, never tire,
Why, over the storm cloud and out of the dark
It will come flying some day to you,
As the dove with the olive branch flew to the ark,
And the wish you've been dreaming,
it will come true.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox

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Ho jaayegi jab tum se shanasaai zara aur,
badh jaayegi shayad meri tanhaai zara aur.

Kyon khul g

andeshe mujhe nigal rahe hain
kyun dard hi phul-phal rahe hain
dekho meri aankh bujh rahi hai

baat chali teri aankhon say ja pohnchi paimanay tuk
kheinch rahi hai teri ulfat, aaj mujhey maikhan

Khatir se ya lehaz se main maan to geya,
Jhooti qasam se aap ka iman to geya,
Dil le ke muft kehte

Mere hum-nafass mere hum-nawaa, mujhe dost ban ke dagha na de,
Main hoon dard-e-ishq se jaan ba-lab

Tera Pehlu Tere Dil K Tarah Abad Rahe

Tuj Pe Guzre Na Qayamt Shab-e Tanhai Ki

Main Anjaam_E_Muhabat Sochta Hon..

Dil_E_BeTaab Ko Apni Parri Hai..

Karna hai qabool to karo khamiyun samait
Warna nawazishon ki zarorat nahi hame

کرنا ہے ق

Us Ki Mehki Hui Yaado Ki Sadaa Jaag Utthi
Dour Uffq Pe Jo Nazar Aaya Eid Ka Chaand

اس کی م

Guftago Raat bhar un se hoti rahi
Zakham Ristey rahay Aankh roti rahi

Raqas mayosiyon ka musal

Naseeb Aazmaane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain
Qareeb Un Ke Aane Ke Din Aa Rahe Hain
Jo Dil Se Kaha Hai Jo Di

Jab chahain hum EID mana lain,


Chaand hamara apna hai…

Ishq Ki Raah Main Sath Chaly Thay DoNo..

Hum To Barbad Huye Aap Kahan Tak Pohnchy..

Neechan Di Ashnaai Kolon Faiz Kise Nai Paya
Kikkar Te Angoor Charhaya, Her Gucha Zakhmaya...

Hassrat-e-deed bhi nahin zauq-e-tamaasha bhi nahin,
Kaash pathar hon nigaahen magar aisa bhi nahin,

ab k barsat ki rut aur bhi bharkili hai
jism se ag nikalti hai, qaba gili hai
sochta hun k ab anja

[Book 1]
I am like,
They tell me, my dear father. Broader brows
Howbeit, upon a slenderer undergr

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

You say that father write a lot of books, but what he write I don't
understand.
He was reading to

Wo larki PhoOlon jaisi hai
Wo bilkul HoOron jaisi hai

Hai chand Nagar ki Rani wo
Hai jaisay

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