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Among The Red Guns - Poem by Carl Sandburg

Among the red guns,
In the hearts of soldiers
Running free blood
In the long, long campaign:
Dreams go on.

Among the leather saddles,
In the heads of soldiers
Heavy in the wracks and kills
Of all straight fighting:
Dreams go on.

Among the hot muzzles,
In the hands of soldiers
Brought from flesh-folds of women--
Soft amid the blood and crying--
In all your hearts and heads
Among the guns and saddles and muzzles:

Dreams,
Dreams go on,
Out of the dead on their backs,
Broken and no use any more:
Dreams of the way and the end go on.
Carl Sandburg

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Apni Haar Main bhi Kitna Sakoon Tha...!!! ♣
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LOVE is indeed a glorious prize!
What fairer guerdon meets our eyes?--
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Phool saare teri khush rang nazar ke liye haiN

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Lipti Rahi Wajood Se Khushbu Tamam Raat,,
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Us ne Bary

Ishq mein hamesha hi,
sabko thokar milti hai,
bas kuch hi khushnasib hote hai,
jine mohabat milti

tum itna jo muskura rahe ho
kya gham hai jis ko chhupa rahe ho
aankhon mein nami hansi labon par

Ye na thi humari qismat ki wisaal-e-yaar hota,
agar aur jeete rahte yehi intezaar hota.

Tere waa

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Mehfil Mein J0 Hmk0 Ch0r Kr Sb K

Kuch Yadein Hamari Yaad Rakhna
Kuch Batein hamarai Yaad Rakhna
Umer Bhar Sath Ham Rahein Ya Na Rah

Woh jo hum main tum main qaraar tha tumhen yaad ho ke na yaad ho,
Wohi yaani vaada nibaah ka tumhen

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Aese Bichrro Nahin, Sadaa Ke Liye,
Mujh Se Rootho Na Tum, Khuda Ke Liye,
Main Ne Manga Hai Bas Tum

پیدا کریں دماغ تماشائے سَرو و گل
حسرت کشوں کو ساغر و می

Aap apna Ghubaar the hum to
Yaad the, yaadgaar the hum to

Pardagi! hum se kyuN rakha parda
Tere

Miley Har Aik Se Taney Salamti K Mujhe

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Tabeer Se Mehroom Mere Khawab Bohat Hain

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Har Morr Pe

بس ختم کرو یہ بازیِ عشق غالب
مقدر کے ہارے کبھی جیتا نہی

Agarche main ek chattaan sa aadmi raha hun,
magar tere baad housla hai ki jee raha hun.
Woh raiza

Zahid sharab peene de masjid mein beth kar,
Yaa woh jagha bata jahan Khuda nahin..
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I weep for Adonais -he is dead!
O, weep for Adonais! though our tears
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