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Asking For Roses - Poem by Robert Frost

A house that lacks, seemingly, mistress and master,
With doors that none but the wind ever closes,
Its floor all littered with glass and with plaster;
It stands in a garden of old-fashioned roses.

I pass by that way in the gloaming with Mary;
'I wonder,' I say, 'who the owner of those is.'
'Oh, no one you know,' she answers me airy,
'But one we must ask if we want any roses.'

So we must join hands in the dew coming coldly
There in the hush of the wood that reposes,
And turn and go up to the open door boldly,
And knock to the echoes as beggars for roses.

'Pray, are you within there, Mistress Who-were-you? '
'Tis Mary that speaks and our errand discloses.
'Pray, are you within there? Bestir you, bestir you!
'Tis summer again; there's two come for roses.

'A word with you, that of the singer recalling-
Old Herrick: a saying that every maid knows is
A flower unplucked is but left to the falling,
And nothing is gained by not gathering roses.'

We do not loosen our hands' intertwining
(Not caring so very much what she supposes) ,
There when she comes on us mistily shining
And grants us by silence the boon of her roses.
Robert Frost

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I weep for Adonais -he is dead!
O, weep for Adonais! though our tears
Thaw not the frost which bin

Itne Bhi Tou Wo Khafaa Nahi Thay
Jaisay Kubhi Aashna Nahi Thay

Maana Ke Behem Kahan Thay Aisay

Sajdon K Ewaz Firdous Mile Ye Bat Mujhe Manzoor Nahi
Be-Laus Ebadat Karta Hun Banda Hun Tera Mazdoo

Dilon Se Khelne Ka Hunar Hamein Nahi Aata,
Isliye Ishq Ki Baazi Hum Haar Gaye,

Meri Zindagi Se S

So we settled it all when the storm was done
As comfy as comfy could be;
And I was to wait in the

KASH TUM SAMJH PATE

Kitna Chaha hai Tum ko,
Kitna manga hai Tum Ko,
Kis Qadar Mohabat hai,

Main to us ke aik ik lamhe ka rakhta hoon shumaar,
Aur mere haal-e-dil se bekhabar kesa hai woh..

تو میں بھی خوش ہوں کوئی اس سے جا کے کہہ دینا
اگر وہ خوش ہ

Mere deeda-e-tar ko mohabbat ho gayi tumse,
Kisi gehre samandar ko mohabbat ho gayi tumse,
Bhale w

Be WaFa wo ZmaNe
Bhar Ka....
Phir bhi Achaa hai ZmaNe Bhar Se.

Black lacqueys at the wide-flung door
Stand mute as men of wood.
Gleams like a pool the ballroom f

Jade carved dishes - food costing more.
I throw the chopsticks down,
Food and wine are tasteless.

Ham Se Rotha Bhi Gaya Ham Ko Manaya Bhi Gaya
Phir Sabhi Naqsh Ta’luq Ke Mitaye Bhi Gaye

Hazaar Chasma Tara Rahay Sing Say Photay
Khudi Ma Doub Ker Zerb.E.Kaleem Pada Ker

Thou art my God, sole object of my love;
Not for the hope of endless joys above;
Nor for the fear

Kasinath the new young singer fills the hall with sound:
The seven notes dance in his throat like s

Dil dard ki shidat se hoon gashta wasi para,
Is sheher mein mein phirta hai ik wehshi o awaara,
Sh

NaSiib AiSa t0 S0z-E-Jigar KiSi K0 Na h0,
K JaL K KhaaK H0 DiL Aur Khabar KiSi K0 Na h0,

JaLy

O truant Muse, what shall be thy amends
For thy neglect of truth in beauty dyed?
Both truth and be

Bhool se koi bhool hui to
bhool samajh kar bhool jana.

Are bhoolna sirf bhool ko,
bhool se bhi

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