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At Midnight Hour - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goeth

AT midnight hour I went, not willingly,

A little, little boy, yon churchyard past,
To Father Vicar's house; the stars on high

On all around their beauteous radiance cast,

At midnight hour.

And when, in journeying o'er the path of life,

My love I follow'd, as she onward moved,
With stars and northern lights o'er head in strife,

Going and coming, perfect bliss I proved

At midnight hour.

Until at length the full moon, lustre-fraught,

Burst thro' the gloom wherein she was enshrined;
And then the willing, active, rapid thought

Around the past, as round the future twined,

At midnight hour.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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

Wo Ja Chuka Hai,
Magar Judai Se Qabal Ka
Ik Narm Lamha
Thehar Gaya Hai
Meri Hatheli Ki Pusht

She was dancin' when I seen her, in a Mexican cantina
In a neighborhood they call 'La Zona Roja'.

safed libas use bohot pasand ta mere jism par " Faraz "

aaj me kafan me lipta hon to phir wo roti

Kehty hen use shehar k sab log maseeha,
Wo shakhs mery dard sy anjaan sa Q hai?

Be-adal hi hot

Aye saaqi-e-mehwish ghum-e-dauraan nahin uthta,
darwesh ke hujre se ye mehmaan nahin uthta.

Keht

Give me your patience, sister, while I frame
Exact in capitals your golden name;
Or sue the fair A

Koi To Dard Ki Had Ho Jahan Ye Dil Thehre
Kahin To Chaaon Ho Aisi K Dum Lia Jaye

Bikhar Bikhar S

Seena dehak raha ho to kya chup rahe koi,
Kyun cheekh cheekh kar na gala chheel le koi,

Saabit h

surKH sahar se hai to bas itna sa gila hum logon ka
hijr charaghon mein phir shab bhar KHun jala h

Nahi Chhoor Saktay Hum Dosron k Hath Mein Tum Ko

Wapis Lot Aa0 Na k Hum Abi Tak Tumhary Hain

Koshish Ke Bawajood Jo Mukammal Na Ho Sakin,

Tera Naam Bhi Unhin Khuwahishon Mein Hai….. :(

Dilon Se Kab Nikalte Hain Mohabbat Jin Se Ho Jaye
Bhool Jana, Bhula Dena, Faqat Ek Wehem Hota Hai..

Mana k tum Guftago k fun main mahir ho Faraz.
Wafa kay lafz pay atko to humhain yaad kar lena

Cardelia. Smilinda.

Cardelia.
The Basset-Table spread, the Tallier come;
Why stays Smilinda i

aarzu dil mein banae hue ghar hai bhi to kya
us se kuchh kaam bhi nikle ye agar hai bhi to kya
n

Nahi Haal Hmara Kuch Tumhary Haal Se Alag,,,

Tum Fursat0n Me Yaad Karty H0
Hamain Tumhari Yaad

How can my Muse want subject to invent
While thou dost breathe, that pour'st into my verse
Thine o

Reat Hi Reat Hai Is Dil Main Musafar Mere
Aur Ye Sehra Tera Nakash-e Kafe Pa Chahta Hai

'Find meat on bones that soon have none,
And drink in the two milked crags,
The merriest marrow an

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