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Anadyomene - Poem by Sara Teasdale

The wide, bright temple of the world I found,
And entered from the dizzy infinite
That I might kneel and worship thee in it;
Leaving the singing stars their ceaseless round
Of silver music sound on orbed sound,
For measured spaces where the shrines are lit,
And men with wisdom or with little wit
Implore the gods that mercy may abound.
Ah, Aphrodite, was it not from thee
My summons came across the endless spaces?
Mother of Love, turn not thy face from me
Now that I seek for thee in human faces;
Answer my prayer or set my spirit free
Again to drift along the starry places.
Sara Teasdale

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No living atom comes at last to naught!
Active in each is still the eternal Thought:
Hold fast to

Har baar dil se yeh paigham aaye,
Zubaan kholon to tera he naam aaye,

Tum he kion bhaye dil ko k

SILENCE deep rules o'er the waters,

Calmly slumb'ring lies the main,
While the sailor views with

kafi nahin KHutut kisi baat ke liye
tashrif laiyega mulaqat ke liye
duniya mein kya kisi se kisi

Abi Umeed Baaqi Hai K Wo Bichra Hua Sathi..!

Kisi Bhi Moor Pe Mill Kr Hamain Hairaan Kr Day Ga..

Misal-E-Aatish Hai Ye Rog-E-Mohabbat,

Roshan To Khoob Karti Hai Magar Jala Jala Kar...

Nasha Pila K Girana To Sab Ko Ata Ha
Maza Koi Girton Ko Uthay Saqi

aarif hai wo jo husn ka juya jahan mein hai
bahar nahin hai yusuf isi karwan mein hai
piri mein

Ojhal sahi nigah se, dooba nahi huN maiN

Ae raat khabar-dar K hara nahi huN maiN

Darpesh subh-

Kal Tak Tha Ehsaas Kisi Ke Hone Ka,
Aaj Hai Sirf Dard Us Ko Khone Ka,
Ham Dono Ka Nahi Tha Qasoo

Tota tu ho magar abhi bikhra ny faraz
mery badan pay jesy shikaston ka jaal ho

aj jane ki zid na karo
yun hi pahlu main baithe raho
haye! mar jayenge, ham to lut jayenge
aisi b

Kya kya Tere Naam likhon. . .?
"DIL" likhoon k "JAAN" likhoon?
Aansu chura k Teri Pyari Aankhon se

COME unto these yellow sands,
And then take hands:
Court'sied when you have, and kiss'd,--

Phir Na Simtay Ge Muhabat Jo Bikhar Jay Ge
Zindgi Zulf Nahi Phir Sanwar Jay Ge

Tham Lo Hath Us

Kuch aansu, kuch khushiyan de ker ttaal geya,
Jeevan ka aik aur sunehraa saal geya,
Kon jaaney ke

Lo main aankhain band kiye leti hoon ab tum ruksat ho

Dil to jane kia kehta hai lekin dil ka kehn

Ik taizz teer tha ke lagaa aur nikal geya,
Maari jo cheekh rail ne jungle dehall geya,
Soyaa hua t

The still explosions on the rocks,
the lichens, grow
by spreading, gray, concentric shocks.
They

Use kehna�
Uss piar me�
Dil ka dard�
Zuban tak nahin ata�
Kion k�
Piar do tarfa ho sa

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