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Aftermath - Poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

When the summer fields are mown,
When the birds are fledged and flown,
And the dry leaves strew the path;
With the falling of the snow,
With the cawing of the crow,
Once again the fields we mow
And gather in the aftermath.
Not the sweet, new grass with flowers
Is this harvesting of ours;
Not the upland clover bloom;
But the rowen mixed with weeds,
Tangled tufts from marsh and meads,
Where the poppy drops its seeds
In the silence and the gloom.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

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Goongi Ho Gai Aaj Kuch Zaban Kehte Kehte
Hich-Kicha Gaya Main Khud Ko Musalman Kehte Kehte

Ye Ba

Baad Marne K Mere Tum Jo Kahani Likhna
Kaise Barbaad Hui Meri Jawani Likhna.
Yeh Bhi Likhna K Mere

Aur Kuch Bhi Nahi Chahti Mein Apni Is Haseen Zindagi Me ‘Ya Rab’

Dua Hai Ke Kisi Ke Dukh Ki

Baar’haa aese laga,
Jese tera hath,
Mere baalon ko chuaa ho,
Tu ne mujhse kaha ho lekin,
Raat

Male Fairies: Do not fear us, earthly maid!
We will lead you hand in hand
By the willows in the gl

Aahan ki surkh taal pe ham raqss kar gaye,
Taqdeer teri chaal pe hum raqss kar gaye,
Panchhii bane

siine meñ sulagte hue lamhāt kā jañgal
kis tarah kaTe tāroñ-bharī raat kā jañgal

haa

Pathar Hai Tere Hath Mai Ya Koi Phool Hai,

Jab Tu Qabul Hai, Tera Sub Kuch Qabul Hai,

Phir T

age bare na qissa-e-ishq-e-butan se ham
sab kuch kaha magar na khule razdan se ham
ab bhagte hain

Weary with toil, I haste me to my bed,
The dear respose for limbs with travel tirèd;
But then beg

Ashk-e-ravaan ki nehr hai aur hum hain dosto,
Uss bewafa ka shehr hai aur hum hain dosto,
Yeh ajna

See how the Yellow River's water move out of heaven.
Entering the ocean,never to return.
See how l

'Shehr-e-fana hoon, tere kis kaam ka hon?

Ek bujhta sa dia hon, tere kis kaam ka hon?

Tu rafaq

Dastoor Hai Dunya Ka Magar Ye Tou Bataao
Hum Kis Say Milen Kis Say Kahen Eid Mubarak?

دستور

aao be-parda tumhein jalwa-e-pinhan ki qasam
hum na chheDenge hamein zulf-e-pareshan ki qasam

Sing, O Song of Hiawatha,
Of the happy days that followed,
In the land of the Ojibways,
In the pl

ab masafat mein to aaram nahin aa sakta
ye sitara bhi mere kaam nahin aa sakta
ye meri saltanat-

Haseeno Ne Haseen Ban Kar Gunaah Kia
Auron Ko Toh Kya Hum Ko Bhi Tabah Kia,
Paish Kia Jab Shayari

Blind Bartimeus at the gates
Of Jericho in darkness waits;
He hears the crowd;--he hears a breath

O, for my sake do you with Fortune chide,
The guilty goddess of my harmful deeds,
That did not bet

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