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An Apprehension - Poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

IF all the gentlest-hearted friends I know
Concentred in one heart their gentleness,
That still grew gentler till its pulse was less
For life than pity,--I should yet be slow
To bring my own heart nakedly below
The palm of such a friend, that he should press
Motive, condition, means, appliances,

My false ideal joy and fickle woe,
Out full to light and knowledge; I should fear
Some plait between the brows, some rougher chime
In the free voice. O angels, let your flood
Of bitter scorn dash on me ! do ye hear
What I say who hear calmly all the time
This everlasting face to face with GOD ?
Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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Pareshan tum nahi hona

Kabhi chup kr nahi rona

Judai zehr hoti hai

Mujhe maloom hai lekin

Ratjagay hoN K bhar poor neeNdein musalsal use dekhna
Wo jo aNkhoN mein hai aur aaNkhon se ojhal us

Rasm-e-Ulfat Sikha Gaya Koi
Dil Ki Duniya Pe Chhaa Gaya Koi
Ta Qayaamat Kisi Tarah Na Bujhay
Aag

Dosti ghazal hey gungunanay k liye,
Dosti naghma hay sunanay k liye,

Yeh woh jazba hay jo sub ko

Raat Hy,Sunata Hy, Wahan Koi Na Ho Ga
Un Ke Daro-o-Dewar Galib Chalo Choom Ke Ate Hain

Kamaal Ka Peer Hai Ishq Chor

Dia Mureed Kar Ke ..!!

Hai Ap K Honton Pe Jo Muskaan Wagaira,,

Qurban Jaen Is Pe Dil_O_Jaan Wagaira,,

As I was walking,
Thyme sweet to my nose,
Green grasshoppers talking,
Rose rivalling rose:
And w

Hum wafaen kar k rakhate hain wafaon ki umeed,
Dosti me is qadar soda gari bhi juram hai.

O THOU who kindly dost provide
For every creature's want!
We bless Thee, God of Nature wide,
For

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

Yeh Baat

سب سے پیارا لگتا ہے مجھے یہ خاص دِن
جسے گذارنا نہیں چاہ

Aye dost! Na chairr batain aaj hijr-o-visaal ki,
Main kese sunaa paaon ga daastan apne zawaal ki,

Wo Mujhe Doobta Hua Dekhe

Ye Meri Aakhri Tamanna Hai...

Raat Ke Shayad Aik Baje Hain

Sota Ho Ga Mera Chand

If thy soul check thee that I come so near,
Swear to thy blind soul that I was thy Will,
And will

Jab Raat Ki Nagin Dasti Hai
Nus Nus Mein Zehar Utarta Hai

Jab Chand Ki Kirnein Tezi Se
Uss Dil

Kia Mily Ga Tujhko Zanjeer-e-Rafaqat Torr Kar??

Main Bhi Tanha Tu Bhi Tanha Or Tamasahai Bohot..

What thoughts I have of you tonight, Walt Whitman, for I walked down the
streets under the trees wi

Manty Hain Sara Jahan Tery Sath Hoga
Khushi ka Har Lamha Tery Pas Hoga

Jis Din Tot Jayen Gi Sa

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