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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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Kis Liye Mohsin Kisi Be-Mehar Ko Apna Kahun
Dil K Sheeshy Ko Kisi Pathar Se Kiun Takraun Me...

Kaisay kahon k apna bana lo mujhey,
Bahoun main apni sama lo mujhey,

Bin tumharay ek pal bhi kat

Kya kya hamarey khuwab they jaany kahan pay kho gaye,,,

Tum bhi kisi ke sath ho Hum bhi kisi ke

I beg your Scholar you'll excuse,
Who dares no more debase the Muse.
My Mother says, If e'er she h

Yahi bahot hai k to ne palat k daikh lia,
Ye lutaf bhi meri umeed se ziada hai.

ARCTURUS brings the spring back
As surely now as when
He rose on eastern islands
For Grecian girl

Haqeeqat Aashna Mere, ,
Tujhe Shayad Khabar Hogi, ,
Mujhe Teri Muhabbat Ne, ,
Bohat Buzdil Bana D

Do Ghari Mayasar Ho Us Ka Hamsafar Hona
Phir Hamy Gawara Hia Apna Dar Ba Dar Hona.. ....

Kachi Umar Diyan Mohabbatan
Rog Pakky La Jandiyan Ne...

Rooh meiN le ke zamaanoN ki thakan aaye the ham

Raat yuN tha k sar e shahr e badan aaye the ham

Tumharey Chand Se Chehrey Pey Gham Achey Nahi Lagtey,,

Humein Keh Do K Chaley Jao, Jo Hum Achey N

Tumhe dil lagi bhool jani paregi

Sardi mai aik dafa naha kar to dekho

Farz karo hum ehl-e-wafaa hon, farz karo deewane hon,
Farz karo yeh donon baten jhooti hon, afsane

Tu To Meri Jaan hai,
Phir......!!
Kiun ..??

Teri Hi Yaad Meri
Jaan le Rahi He..!!

it is marvellous to wake up together
At the same minute; marvellous to hear
The rain begin suddenl

Us Aik Dil Ki Khatir Tune Mujhe Chorh Diya
Aay Dil Doob K Marja

Ishq karo t0 Adaab_e_wafa b seekh0,
ye Faarigh waqat ki BeQarari mohabbat nahi hoti.

Abhi Urooj Par Hai Tumhara Mosam
Khizaan Me Tum Ko Khareed Lenge

Bano Ge Hum Se Rehem K Taalib

Kabay Ki Qasam Arsh Pe Mehshar Ki Ghari Thi
Ek Tifl Ki Jaan Moj-e-Talatum Se Lari Thi

Kal Sham S

Ujala Ban K Aaa Jao Mere Tareek Lamhon Main...
K Tere Bin Sabhi Khushiyan Mujhy Ghamgeen Lagti Hai

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