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After 20 Years Of Marriage - Poem by Leo Yankevich

Here is a river with a little boat
moored beside its bank. The boat's the colour
of oranges in the south of Greece, all bloody
and ripe with sweetness, while the bank's the colour
of meadows in the north of France, deep green
with a heifer's downy mane, a country rose.
Love, I shall never take you to those places.
I've squandered all my gold upon the water,
which for you mirrors the eternal sun.
Leo Yankevich

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Dil Ne Gham K Pahaar Ko Dekha,
Main Ne Khud Mein Daraar Ko Dekha.

Dasht Kehta Hai Mujh Se Hair

Is that an attitude for a flower, to stand
like a club at the walk; poor slain boy,
is that a wa

Tum apni zulf ki parchaiyan mujhay day do
Tum apni shaam ki tanhaiyan mujhay day do

Mein doob ja

Ye Pehle hijar Ka Kissa Hai, ,
Go Aaj Ke Din Ki Baat Nahi, ,
Kuch Umer Bhi Thi Dewano Si, ,
Kuch

Wo Rooth jati hi aksar Shikwa kiye begair,
Hm be to seh jate hain Shikayat kiye begair,

Hm Socht

Har ek baat pe kehte ho tum ki tu kya hai,
tumhin kaho ki ye andaaz-e-guftgoo kya hai.

Na shole

نکھوں میں چبھ گئیں تری یادوں کی کرچیاں
کاندھوں پہ غم کی

Phone pe us ki baatain, us ke qehqahey ache lagte hain,
Pal do pal ke sahi, magar yeh rishte ache l

Tu Hans Raha Hai Mujh Pe Mera Haal Daikh Ker,

Or Phir Bhi Main Shareek Tere Qehqahon Main Hoon,

Just a rainy day or two
In a windy tower,
That was all I had of you—
Saving half an hour.

Ma

White moon comes in on a baby face.
The shafts across her bed are flimmering.

Out on the land Wh

Tere hote janam liya hota,
Koi mujh sa na duusra hota,
Saans leta tu aur main jee uthta,
Kash Mak

Sapurd-E-Khaak Kr Dala Teri Aankhon Ki Masti Ne,

Hazaaron Saal Jee Lete Agar Tera Deedar Na Hota.

Five little girls, of Five, Four, Three, Two, One:
Rolling on the hearthrug, full of tricks and fun

Koi To Dard Ki Had Ho Jahan Ye Dil Thehre
Kahin To Chaaon Ho Aisi K Dum Lia Jaye

Bikhar Bikhar S

Mujhe Kehta Hai Jhooti Hain Teri Beykar Se Baatein Faraz,
Magar Lagta Hai Wo Meri Unhi Baaton Pe Ma

PhiR YaaD BohaT AayE Gi ZulfoN Ki
Ghhani ShaaM...
JaB DhooP Main SaayA Koi SaR PaR
Na MilegA..

Garr Ap K Meyar Pe Utrey Nahi Pura
Goya Hum Se Bura Nahi koi Zamane Mein...

Gungunatay Hue Anchal Ki Hawa Deh Mujh Ko
Ungliyaan phair Ke BAloon Main Sulla Deh Mujh Ko

Jis T

jo sunta hun kahunga main jo kahta hun sununga main
hamesha majlis-e-nutq-o-samaat mein rahunga ma

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