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After Death - Poem by Sara Teasdale

Now while my lips are living
Their words must stay unsaid,
And will my soul remember
To speak when I am dead?

Yet if my soul remembered
You would not heed it, dear,
For now you must not listen,
And then you could not hear.
Sara Teasdale

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Jis Ne Aana Hi Nahi Uss Ko Bulaaey Huey Hain.
Hum To Apni Hi Murawwat K Sataaey Huey Hain.

Mer

Taqdeer Kis Ki Jaagi Kis Se Huwa Hai Waada ,,,

Kis K Liye Batao Singaar Ho Raha Hai ...

Terii Wafaa-oon Key Sab Andaaz Badal Gaey Lekin
Hamen Koi Or Azeez Ho Na payaa,Dunia Bhar Mein Ter

Apne hathon ki lakeron se mita don tujh ko
Kaise mumkin hay k main aise dagha don tujh ko

Sochta

Tehni Pay Kisi Shajar Ki Tanha
Bulbul Tha Koi Udaas Betha
Kehta Tha Ke Raat Sir Pay Aayi
Urrnay C

the last time i was home
to see my mother we kissed
exchanged pleasantries
and unpleasantries

The laws of science teach us a pound of gold weighs as
much as a pound of flour though if dropped

Sar main saudaa bhi nahin, dil main tamanna bhi nahin,
Lekin is tarkk-e-mohabbat ka bharossa bhi na

Chal Insha apnay gaon mein
Yahan ujlay ujlay roop Bohat
Per asli kam Behroop Bohat
Us pair k n

Soch Kar Rakhna Hamari Sal'tanat Mein Qadam...

Humari Muhabbat Ki Qaid Mein Zamanat Nahi Hoti…

Sobs En Route to a Penitentiary


Good-by now to the streets and the clash of wheels and
lockin

Still sits the school-house by the road,
A ragged beggar sleeping;
Around it still the sumachs g

Tum ne dekha to ye khayal aaya

Zindagi dhoop tum Ghana saya.

Ye Lords and Commons, Men of Wit,
And Pleasure about Town;
Read this ere you translate one Bit

Badan Ki Garm Aanch Se Meri Aarzu Ko Aag De
Mera Josh Behak Uthey, Mera Haal Bhi Ajeeb Ho

Ek Bewafa Se Aik Mulaqat Bohat Hai
Jitna Diya Humnay Tera Saath Bohat Hai

Duniya Ko Dil Ke Daagh

Lo main aankhain band kiye leti hoon ab tum ruksat ho

Dil to jane kia kehta hai lekin dil ka kehn

I want to forget all the times
when we were together,
Bot because I doesn't love her,
Because it

In the end, I made myself
Known to your wife as
A god would, in her own house, in
Ithaca, a voice

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