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After-Sensations - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

WHEN the vine again is blowing,

Then the wine moves in the cask;
When the rose again is glowing,

Wherefore should I feel oppress'd?

Down my cheeks run tears all-burning,

If I do, or leave my task;
I but feel a speechless yearning,

That pervades my inmost breast.

But at length I see the reason,

When the question I would ask:
'Twas in such a beauteous season,

Doris glowed to make me blest!
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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

Hum ko kis ke gham ne maara yeh kahani phir sahi,
Kis ne torra dil hamara yeh kahani phir sahi,
Di

Jo Tere Qadam Mere Ghar Chalen
Mere Sath Shams-o-Qamar Chalen
Teri Qurbaton Me Samait Loon
Raah-e

HaNse to aaNkh se aaNsu ravaaN hamare hue
K hum pe dost bahut mehrbaaN hamare hue



Bahut se z

Duniya ki taraf laut ke aanay ke nahin hum,
Sach baat yeh hai tere zamaane ke nahin hum,
Awaaz miz

Us ki aankhon ki surkhiyan de rahi hain pata,
Ke raat us ne bhi jaag ke guzaari thi,
Bistar ki sil

This is not what I meant:
Stucco arches, the banked rocks sunning in rows,
Bald eyes or petrified

panw phir howenge aur dasht-e-mughilan hoga
hath phir howenge aur apna gareban hoga
dil-e-wahshi

Usey Keh Do Wo Mera Hai Begana Ho Nahi Sakta ,
Bohat Nayab Hai, Us Jaisa Koi Ho Nahi Sakta...

Us

Kharch chale ga ab mera kis ke hisaab main bhala,
Sab ke liye bohat hoon main apne liye zara nahin.

Tum haqiqat nahi ho hasrat ho
Jo mile khaab meN wo daulat ho

MaiN tumhare hi dam se zinda huN

I love Master Meng.
Free as a flowing breeze,
He is famous
Throughout the world.

In rosy youth

Hum rahe, par nahi rahe aabaad

Yaad ke ghar nahi rahe aabaad

Kitni aankheN huiN halaak E nazar

Zindagi ke jitne darwaaze hain
Sab mujh pe band hain,
Dekhna hadh-e-nazar se aage barrh kar
Dekhn

Hai Tawaf-o-Hajj Ka Hanganma Ager Baqi To Kia
Kund Ho Kar Reh Gayi Momin Ki Taigh-e-Be_Neyam

Jis Tarah Khwab Mere Ho Gaye Raiza Raiza

Is Tarah Se Na Kabi Tot Ke Bikhre Koyi

Jese halaat hain kuch dair gawaara kar lein,
Sheher aesa bhi nahin hai ke kinaara kar lein,
Tu bhi

Juz Tere Koi Bhi Din Raat Na Janay Mere
TU Kahan Hai Magar, Ay Dost Puraanay Mere ?

TU Bhi Khush

Woh kya nanhi si na’asoodgi per khul ker ro lena,
Qayamat bhi guzar jaye to ab roya nahin jaata,

IT isn't the blue in the skies,
Nor the song of the whispering trees,
The light in a fair maiden

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