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Afterwards - Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

SHE opened her moist crimson lips to sing;
And from her throat that is so white and full
The notes leaped like a fountain. A smooth lull
Was o'er my heart: as when—a viol—string
Having been broken—the first musical ring
Once over, all the rest is but a dull
Crude dissonance, howe'er thou twist and pull
The sundered fragments. A most weary thing
It is within the perished heart to seek
Pain, and not find it, but a clinging pall
Like sleep upon the mind. The mere set plan
Of life then comes, and grief that is not weak
Because it has no tears. Life's all—in—all
Was certainly at end when this began.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

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یہ ہم جو ہجر میں‘ دیوار و در کو دیکھتے ہیں
کبھی صبا کو‘

Saanson ki haraarat se pighal jane ka mausam,
Aya hai teri aanch main jall jane ka mausam,
Hum ko

There is a wind where the rose was,
Cold rain where sweet grass was,
And clouds like sheep
Str

Laakh miltay hain hum bahanay say
Pyar chupta nahi chupanay say

Ummar guzari hay dar-badar apni

Borha hone mai konsi dair Lagti hai

Bas Zara Sa Ghum lag Jaye to Admi Borha

OF her I thought who now is gone so far:
And, the thought passing over, to fall thence
Was like

Jin Pe Hota Hai Bohat Dil Ko Bharosa Taabish
Waqt Parny Pe Wohi Log Dagha Dete Hain...

Chalta Hai Khanjar To Chale Mer Ragon Par
Khudi Bech Kar Apni Me Kabhi Jhuk Nahi Sakta

Mitne Ko

I have been here before,
But when or how I cannot tell:
I know the grass beyond the door,
The swe

Ansu Bhi Hain Ankhon Me Duaaen Bhi Hain Lub Par
Bigre Hue Halaat Sanwar Kiun Nahi Jate...

Aap idhar aye udhar deen aur i

Shikwe Toh Yun Karte Ho Jaise,
Sirf Mere Ho

ZindAgi Ko Teri Zaroorat Hai

Sakht Garmi Main Barishon Ki Tarah.

Bus Tere Jism Ki Khushu Se Guzarna Hai Mujhe,
Thaam Le Haath K Us Paar Utarna Hai Mujhe,

Mere

Ajab Waiz Ki Din-Dari Hai Ya Rab
Adawat Hai Ise Sare Jahan Se

Koi Ab Tak Na Ye Samjha K Insan
K

So vast the tide of Love within me surging,
It overflows like some stupendous sea,
The confines

Seenay Se Is Tarah Ye Dil-e-Natwan Gaya
Ham Sab Se Pochtay Rahay Aakhir Kahan Gaya

Dil Ka Safa

Koi titli hamarey paas aati bhi, to kia aati,

Yun ghut-ghut k mar jana, hamain manzoor tha laikin

If you feel STRESSED,
Give yourself a Break,
Enjoy Some..
Ice cream
Chocolates
Cake
Why?
B'Co

ŒNone - Poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson
There lies a vale in Ida, lovelier
Than all the valleys of I

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