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An Epitaph For Keats - Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

THROUGH one, years since hanged and forgot
Who stabbed backs by the Quarter,
Here lieth one who—while Time's stream
Runneth, as God hath taught her,
Bearing man's fame to men,—will have
His great name writ in water.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Latest Urdu Poetry

Kab tak baithe hath maleN

Chal sathi kahiN aur chaleN

Ab kis ghaaT pe baNdheN nao

Ab yeh to

Tum Mujhe AL Wida Nahi kehna
Tum Se Naata Hay Yun Wafaon ka

Jaisy khushbu Se Hai Hawaon ka
Jais

Pyar kisi se jo karoge ruswai hi milegi,
Wafa kar lo chahe jitni,behwafai hi milegi

Jitna bhi ki

Mana ke bhool jana aapki fitrat hai sahi,
magar hamain bhool jana apki qismat me nahi,

chahoTo a

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

Koi mila to kisi aur ki kami hui hai
So dil ne be-talabi ikhtiyaar ki hui hai

JahaaN se dil k

Ro parra hoon to koi baat hi aesi ho gi,
Main ke waqif tha tere hijr ke adaab se bhi..

Miltee Hai Khoo-E-Yaar Se Naar Iltihaab Mein
Kaafir Hoon Gar Na Miltee Ho Raahat 'Azaab Mein

Kab

dil kisi KHwahish ka uksaya hua
phir machal uTTha hai bahlaya hua
ja tujhe tere hawale kar diya

Udaas Log Barh Rahe
Hain Rafta Rafta...!!!

EK Mulk InKa Bhi Hona
chahiye.

I take my wine jug out among the flowers
to drink alone, without friends.

I raise my cup to enti

Aaj kal tum mushkurati bahut ho,
mere dil ko bhaati bahut ho,
dil kehta hai le jaaun tumhen dinner

Weary with toil, I haste me to my bed,
The dear respose for limbs with travel tirèd;
But then beg

Iss Ghaflat Me Naa Rehna,
K Tere Waastey Main Jaag Raha Hun,

Neend Meri Aankhon Se Nahi,
Mer

Teri Baatein Hi Sunaane Aaye
Dost Bhi Dil Hi Dukhane Aaye
Phool khilte Hain To Ham Sochte Hain
Te

Hua to kuch bhi nahi,
Bus! Thora sa Maan toota hai,
Thore se Log bichre hain,
Thore se Khwab bikh

BichhaR ke mujh se kabhi tu ne yeh bhi sochaa hai

Adhuuraa chaand bhi kitnaa udaas lagtaa hai

This division must end.
Again I'm forced to amputate
the chicken's limb; slit the joint,
clip the

Dukh fasana nahi ke tujh se kaheN
Dil Bhi Mana nahi k tujh se kaheN

Aaj tak apni bekali ka sabab

Zindagi ke jitne darwaaze hain
Sab mujh pe band hain,
Dekhna hadh-e-nazar se aage barrh kar
Dekhn

Urdu Poetry

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