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After The French Liberation Of Italy - Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

AS when the last of the paid joys of love
Has come and gone; and with a single kiss
At length, and with one laugh of satiate bliss,
The wearied man a minute rests above
The wearied woman, no more urged to move
In those long throes of longing, till they glide,
Now lightlier clasped, each to the other's side,
In joys past acting, not past dreaming of:—
So Europe now beneath this paramour
Lies for a little out of use,—full oft
Submissive to his lust, a loveless whore.
He wakes, she sleeps, the breath falls slow and soft.
Wait: the bought body holds a birth within,
An harlot's child, to scourge her for her sin.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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Husn Bepanah Adaa_E_Dilruba 0r Us Pe ye Noumri ka
Taaj.!

Haan..!
Tujhe Zaib Deta Ha Youn Bew

Yaqeen Ata Nahi Dil Ko K Aisa Ho Bhi Sakta Hai
Mera Hal-E-Gham Sun Kar Wo Zalim Ro Bhi Sakta Hai

Dua To Dil Se Maangi Jaati Hai, Zubaan Se Nahi Aye

'Iqbal',
Qabool To Uski Bhi Hoti Hai, Jis Ki

[Brazil. A friend of the writer is speaking.]


Half squatter, half tenant (no rent)—
a sort

As fast as thou shalt wane, so fast thou grow'st
In one of thine, from that which thou departest,

Rahe ga ishq tera khaak mein mila ke mujhe,
Ke ibtidaa mein huye ranj intihaa ke mujhe,
Diye hain

Iza-dehi ki daad jo paata raha hon main.
Har naaz aafren ko satata raha hon main.

Ay kaash kha

The Oriole sings in the greening grove
As if he were half-way waiting,
The rosebuds peep from th

Bewafai Ki Sab Kitaabon Mein

Tumhare Jese Koi Misaal Nahi

I have no wit, no words, no tears;
My heart within me like a stone
Is numbed too much for hopes or

Tu Apne Fun Se Meri Chaahat Ko Aazma K Dekh
Me Toot Gaya Hun Tu Phir Se Mujhe Bana K Dekh

Tere B

My old man's a white old man
And my old mother's black.
If ever I cursed my white old man
I take

Us bewafa se hath milane k waste,
Mehfil me sab se hath milana para muje,

Teri anjman k sab ch

Tumhari Yaad E Judai Ka Bojh Ab Uthaya Nahi Jata

Suno Thori Khushi Thori Hansi Mere Naam Kar Jao

Syaahi jaise gir jaye dam e tehreer kaghaz per !!

Meri qismat main yon tasveer Hai shab e hijraan

Sunta hon ab kisi se wafa kr rahe hain wo..

Aye Zindagi Khushi se kahen mar na jaon main...

Baat karni thi baat kaun kare,
Dard se do do haath kaun kare,
Hum sitaare tumhen bulaate hain,
Ch

Barson k intazar ka Aanjaam likh Diya,
kagaz py sham kat k Phr sham likh Diya,

bikhri pari thi

Meray Wajood Ko Tu Samait Ly
Main Bikhar Raha Hon Zara.. Zara..

Meray Äansuon Ko B Poonch Ly

Hawa K Jhonkon Ka Hisab Kya Rakhna,

Jo Beet Gaye Pal Unhin Yad Kya Rakhna,

Bus Ye Soch Kr Musk

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