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Adequacy - Poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

NOW, by the verdure on thy thousand hills,
Beloved England, doth the earth appear
Quite good enough for men to overbear
The will of God in, with rebellious wills !
We cannot say the morning-sun fulfils
Ingloriously its course, nor that the clear
Strong stars without significance insphere
Our habitation: we, meantime, our ills
Heap up against this good and lift a cry
Against this work-day world, this ill-spread feast,
As if ourselves were better certainly
Than what we come to. Maker and High Priest,
I ask thee not my joys to multiply,--
Only to make me worthier of the least.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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Is it your face
that adorns the garden?
Is it your fragrance
that intoxicates this garden?
Is

Aankg Jo Kuch Dekhti Hai Lab Pe Aa Sakta Nahi

Mahv-e Hairat Hun Keh Dunya Kya Se Kya Ho Jaye Gi

Its Not When I Look Back,
At All The Memories &
Good Times We Had,
Makes Me Sad,
Its When U Cons

Wo Doobty Suraj Ko Dekhta Hai Faraz
Kaash Main Bhe Kisi Shaam Ka Manzar Hota...

Aaj achanak phir yeh kesi khushbuu phaili yadon ki,
Dil ko adat chuut chuki thi muddat se fariyadon

Go from me, summer friends, and tarry not:
I am no summer friend, but wintry cold,
A silly sheep

Be-dili kya yuun hi din guzar jayen ge,
Sirf zinda rahe hum to mar jaayen ge,

Raqss hai rang par

Meri Har Dua Mein Rehne Wala Shakhs

Mere Naseeb Mein Nahi Tha

AY SAQI SUN Faryad Meri
Kabhi Dunia Thi Aabaad Meri
Men Prem Nagar ka Baasi Tha
Aur Pyar Ka It

Main to betha hon dabaye huye tufanon ko
Tu mere dil ke dharakne ka gila karta hai..

Ghairon Mein Hain Jo Shad, Unhain Eid Mubarak
Jin Ko Nahin Hum Yaad Unhein Eid Mubarak
Masoom Se

Woh Bewafa Hy Tou Kia Huwa…
Mat Bura Kaho Usko,
Tum Mujh Say Set Ho Jao…
Dafa Kro Usko..

کل کے لیے کر آج نہ خست شراب میں
یہ سوئے ظن ہے ساقیِ کوثر

بس ختم کرو یہ بازیِ عشق غالب
مقدر کے ہارے کبھی جیتا نہی

I prefer red chile over my eggs
and potatoes for breakfast.
Red chile ristras decorate my door,

Meri Qismat Main Andhere Hi Muqaddar Hain Agar

Jane Hasrat Ki Shaam Aas Jalaati Kiun Hai

Khata

jo wo mere na rahe main bhi kab kisi ka raha
bichhaD ke un se saliqa na zindagi ka raha
labon se

Lakh mismaar kiye jayen zamaane wale,
Aa hi jaate hain neya sheher basaane wale,
Us ki zad pr woh

Itna to dosti ka silaah dijiye mujhe,
Apna samajh ke zeher pilaa dijiye mujhe,
Uthe na taa-ke aap

Like the moon her kindness is,
If kindness I may call
What has no comprehension in't,
But is the

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