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As One Who Having Wandered All Night Long - Poem by Robert Louis Stevenson

AS one who having wandered all night long
In a perplexed forest, comes at length
In the first hours, about the matin song,
And when the sun uprises in his strength,
To the fringed margin of the wood, and sees,
Gazing afar before him, many a mile
Of falling country, many fields and trees,
And cities and bright streams and far-off Ocean's smile:

I, O Melampus, halting, stand at gaze:
I, liberated, look abroad on life,
Love, and distress, and dusty travelling ways,
The steersman's helm, the surgeon's helpful knife,
On the lone ploughman's earth-upturning share,
The revelry of cities and the sound
Of seas, and mountain-tops aloof in air,
And of the circling earth the unsupported round:

I, looking, wonder: I, intent, adore;
And, O Melampus, reaching forth my hands
In adoration, cry aloud and soar
In spirit, high above the supine lands
And the low caves of mortal things, and flee
To the last fields of the universe untrod,
Where is no man, nor any earth, nor sea,
And the contented soul is all alone with God.
Robert Louis Stevenson

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tu khush rahe,
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Apni Palkoon Pe Jami Gard Ka Hasil Maangay,
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Give me the flute, and sing
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In the early evening, a now, as man is bending
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Par Kya Lage K Ghonslay Se Urh Gaye Sabhi
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Kaha tum ne mujhe dil se bhula do tum!
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Chalo main maan leti hoon,
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Aesa nahin ke un se mohabbat nahin rahi,
Jazbaat main woh pehli si shiddat nahin rahi,
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Nazar ke samne rehna nazar nahin aana,

Tere

If it does not feed the fire
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If people and things do not
inspi

Yeh aarzoo thi tujhe gul ke ru-ba-ru karte,

Hum aur bul_bul-e-betaab guftagu karte...

Payaam

Wo samar tha meri DUA ka,
Usse kisne apna bana liya,
Meri neend kisne ujar di
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