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Address To The Dalziel Brothers - Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

“O WOODMAN, spare that block,
Oh gash not anyhow!
It took ten days by clock,
I'd fain protect it now.”
Chorus—Wild Laughter from Dalziel's Workshop.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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By an Evolutionist

The Lord let the house of a brute to the soul of a man,
And the man said, ‘

Dukh fasana nahi ke tujh se kaheN
Dil Bhi Mana nahi k tujh se kaheN

Aaj tak apni bekali ka sabab

Bohat hi yaad aata hai mere Dil ko tarpaata hai
woh tera paas na hona bohat mujh ko rulaata hai

Hum ne har saans mohabbat pe fidaa ki hai,
Har duaa main teri chahat ki iltijaa ki hai,
Tum kya ka

BEAUTIFUL Soup, so rich and green,
Waiting in a hot tureen!
Who for such dainties would not stoo

Main Khud Karo Pehal, Ya Udhar Se Ho Ibtada,
(AB)
Barsoooon Guzar Gaye Isi Intezar Mein....!!!

Mere Dil Se Khel T0u Rahy Ho Sahib Par Zra Dhyan Se

To0ta Hua Dil Hai ,
Kahin Lag Na
Jaye ..

raste jis taraf bulate hain
hum usi samt chalte jate hain
roz jate hain apne KHwabon tak
roz c

Hath Diya Us Ne Mere Hath Me...!
Me To Wali Ban Gaya Ek Raat Me...!

IshQ Krogay To Kamao Gay N

Shoq e Wafa Na Sahee,
Khauf e Khuda Toh Rakh

When they torture your mother
plant a tree
When they torture your father
plant a tree
When they

Alfaz kay jhootay bandhan mein
Aghraz kay gehray pardon mein
Har shakhs muhabbat kerta hai
Hala k

I painted her a gushing thing,
With years about a score;
I little thought to find they were
A lea

Slowly, silently, now the moon
Walks the night in her silver shoon;
This way, and that, she peers,

TELL me where is Fancy bred,
Or in the heart or in the head?
How begot, how nourished?
Repl

Woh maangta hai mujh se chahat ke saboot ab bhi,
Ab tak ki parastish ko woh khaatir main nahin lata

bas yehi aadat uski mujay achi lagti hai fida
udaas ker k mujay khud b khush nahi rehta

baat karne ka nahin samne aane ka nahin
wo mujhe meri aziyyat se bachane ka nahin
dur ek shahr h

Talab asi na koi cheez zaroorat jaisi,
Koi tu baat thi hum tum main mohabbat jaisi..
Gar khuda mer

Khalqat-e-khuda ab rone ko hy.
Mah-e-Ramzan bhi juda hone ko hy.
Socho zara kia paya hum ne.

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