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Anniversary Song - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

WHY pacest thou, my neighbour fair,

The garden all alone?
If house and land thou seek'st to guard,

I'd thee as mistress own.

My brother sought the cellar-maid,

And suffered her no rest;
She gave him a refreshing draught,

A kiss, too, she impress'd.

My cousin is a prudent wight,

The cook's by him ador'd;
He turns the spit round ceaselessly,

To gain love's sweet reward.

We six together then began

A banquet to consume,
When lo! a fourth pair singing came,

And danced into the room.

Welcome were they,--and welcome too

Was a fifth jovial pair.
Brimful of news, and stored with tales

And jests both new and rare.

For riddles, spirit, raillery,

And wit, a place remain'd;
A sixth pair then our circle join'd,

And so that prize was gain'd.

And yet to make us truly blest,

One miss'd we, and full sore;
A true and tender couple came,--

We needed them no more.

The social banquet now goes on,

Unchequer'd by alloy;
The sacred double-numbers then

Let us at once enjoy!
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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FLOURISH greener, as ye clamber,
Oh ye leaves, to seek my chamber,

Up the trellis'd vine on high

Log apna bana k chor detey hain,
Apno se rishta tod k ghairon se jod detey hain,
Ham toa ik phool

The hair falling on your forehead
suddenly lifted.
Suddenly something stirred on the ground.
The

Mujeh Ye Zid nahi mere Gally ka Haar ho jao
Akhela Chor dena , tum jahaan Be-zaar ho jao

Bhot Ja

اسے کیسے میں لکھوں گی میں
میں بےبس ہوں
کہاں سے لفظ وہ ل

mangna KHwahish-e-didar se aage kya hai
kabhi dekha nahin diwar se aage kya hai
raat bhar KHauf

Raat Ke Shayad Aik Baje Hain

Sota Ho Ga Mera Chand

I woke before the morning, I was happy all the day,
I never said an ugly word, but smiled and stuc

Kaisay Aaye Ga Tere Khad-o-Khaal Ka Mausam ?
Qismaton Mein Jab Likha Hai Zawaal Ka Mausam
Kis Ne K

Tum Bewafa Ho Ke Bhi Kitne Ache Lagte Ho, ,
KHUDA Jaane Tum Main Wafa Hoti To Kya Hota, , , , ,

Us Ne Narm Kaliun Ko Rond Rond Paaon Se,
Taazgi Bahar0n Ki Cheen Li Adaaon Se.

Paaon Me Khayaa

Kia Kabhi Tu Ne,
Yeh Bhi Socha Hai,
Ke....
Raat Ke Aakhri Pehar Main,
Koi......
Num Aankho

Hasas DiLon Ko ToRne K Liye Zarorat Nahi Patharon Ki..
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Ye DiL To Bikhar Jaate Hain SirF LaF

A Person Who Laughs More

And

Makes Others Laugh

Would Be Having

A Thunder Storm Sadness

Raat Uss ne Poocha tha
Tum ko Kaisi Lagti Hai
Chandni December ki_____!!

Main ne Kehna Chaha Th

Jaane kitne hi khawab dafna chuka hon is dil mai

ab to lagta hai jaise khud hi qabrustaan hon mai

Hum Rahay Per Nahe Rahay Aabad
Yad Ke Gher Nahe Rahay Aabaad

Kitni Aankhain Howin Halaak-e-Nazar

Is dil_e_hasti ko us se pyar bohat hai,
Magar wo shaks bhi fankar bohat hai,
Na mile to milne ki j

Dab-Dabaa Aai Voh Aankhen Jo Mera Naam Aaya,
Ishq Naakaam Sahi Phir Bhi Boht Kaam Aaya,

Lazzat

Husn jab meherbaan ho to kya kijiye,
Ishq ki maghfirat ki duaa kijiye,
Zindagi katt rahi hai barre

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