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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

Latest Urdu Poetry

Tere Hijra'n Se Ta'aluq Nibhane K Liye
Humney is Saal Bhi Jeenay Ki Kasam Khai Hy ...

Na rutha karo, kaha hum ne hazar bar usay
Shaid who jaan chuka tha hamare dil ki baat.

There are sleeping dreams and waking dreams;
What seems is not always as it seems.

I looked out

Unhe Jo Naaz Hai Khud Par, Nahi Hai Bewaja Mohsin
K Jis Ko Hum Ne Chaha Ho, Wo Khud Ko Aam Kiun Sam

Wo Aksar Mujh Se Kehti Thi..
WAFA HAI ZAAt AURAT KI...
Mager Jo Mard Hotay Hain,
Boht Be'dard

Ishq dono pe yun guzar jaaye,
Main bikhar jaaun vo sanwar jaaye,
Khushi hai to labon pe baithe mer

Khushi ke geet gaao eid aayi hai,
Hanssi labon pe sajaao eid aayi hai,
Parinde bolte hain dil ki b

With your unknown
to me
Odd magic
You came
To me:
Your truck
Backfiring
As if sending
Out
R

All hail, once pleasing, once inspiring shade!
Scene of my youthful loves and happier hours!
Where

jo ham-kalam ho hum se usi ke hote hain
hum ek waqt mein ek aadmi ke hote hain
koi jahan mein KH

Aah Ko Chaahiye Ik Umr Asar Hone Tak
Kaun Jiitaa Hai Terii Zulf Ke Sar Hone Tak

Daam Har Mauj M

akele kya pas-e-diwar-o-dar gae hum tum
sagan-e-KHufta ko hoshyar kar gae hum tum
qadam qadam pe

Mery dil k ujray angan me
Koi phol khila Tm yad aye

Tery shehar k basnay walo me Koi shakhs mi

Jo dard ke sehra mein akela bhi bohat hai,
Uske liye deewar ka saya bhi bohat hai,
Dekha nahi tanh

Hijr Ki Raat Bohat Lambi Hai Faraz
Aao Uski Yaad Mein Thak K So Jaein

Har Ankh Num Hoti Hai Muharram Me
Aansu Shia Ya Sunni Nahi Hote...

You say I O.K.ed
LONG DISTANCE?
O.K.ed it when?
My goodness, Central
That was then!

I'm mad a

Phir kisi yad nay shab bhar hay jagaya mujh ko
Kiya saza di hay mohabat nay khudaya mujh ko
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Among the more irritating minor ideas
Of Mr. Homburg during his visits home
To Concord, at the e

meri hasrat k janazy ko uthany waly,
kitny bedard hain yeh loag zamany waly,

koi apna nahi matla

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