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Apollo And The Graces - Poem by John Keats

WHICH of the fairest three
To-day will ride with me?
My steeds are all pawing at the threshold of the morn:
Which of the fairest three
To-day will ride with me
Across the gold Autumn's whole Kingdom of corn?

THE GRACES all answer

I will, I - I - I
young Apollo let me fly
Along with thee,
I will- I, I, I,
The many wonders see
I - I - I - I
And thy lyre shall never have a slackened string:
I, I, I, I,
Thro' the golden day will sing.
John Keats

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dil ke sunsan jaziron ki KHabar laega
dard pahlu se juda ho ke kahan jaega

kaun hota hai kisi

a Kamzor Para Mera Tum Se Talluq, ,
Or Na Kahin Or Howe Silsile Mazboot, ,
Ye Waqt Ki Sazish Hai,

I.
Descend ye Nine! descend and sing;
The breathing instruments inspire,
Wake into voice each

Bara hai dard ka rishta, Yeh dil ghareeb sahi,
Tumhare naam pe aayen ge ghamgusaar chale..

Our eyes
are limpid
drops of water.
In each drop exists
a tiny sign
of our genius
which has gi

O me! what eyes hath love put in my head,
Which have no correspondence with true sight!
Or, if the

Pyam Aaye Hain Os Yaar-e-Bewafa K Mujhe,
Jisay Qarar Na Aaya Kahin Bhula K Mujhe,

Judayian Hon

Teri duniya mei jeene se to behtar hai ke mar jaayen,
Wohi aansuu wohi aahen wohi gham hai jidhar j

Whereas at morning in a Jeweled Crown
I bit my fingers and was hard to please,
Having shook disast

Hasrat-e-deed mein guzraan hain zamaney kab se
Dasht-e-umeed mein gardaan hain dawaney kab se
Der

Inke chehre ki bat hojaye
Aaj zikar gulab rehne do
Hashar utha dengi tumhari ankhen
Aaj rukh par

Aik Duniya Ne Mujh Ko Chaha Hai
Aik He Shaks Hai Duniya Meri...

Tere badan se jo chhu kar idhar bhi aata hai,
misaal-e rang woh jhaunka nazar bhi aata hai.
Tamaam

For the long nights you lay awake
And watched for my unworthy sake:
For your most comfortable hand

Woh toh khushbu hai hawaon mein bikhar jayega,
Masla phool ka hai phool kidhar jayega.

Hum toh s

Gumnaam Dayaaron Mein Safar Kiun Nahee Kartay ?
Ujray Howay Loogon Pe Nazar Kiun Nahee Kartay ?
Ye

Kesay Bhulaey
Ga Too Meri Barson Ki Chahhat Ko...

Darya Agr Sookh B Jaey Toh Rait se Nami Nahi

Khushboo Bhi Uss Ki Tarz-E-Pazerai Par Gai.
Dheeray Se Meray Haath Ko Chhu Kar Guzar Gai.

Aand

LOOK round: You see a little supper room;
But from my window, lo! great Caesar's tomb!
And the gre

Ehsas_e_Muhabbat Ki Mithaas Se Mujhe Agah Na Kar..

Ye Wo Zehr Hai Jo Mein Pehley Bhe Pe Chuka Ho

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