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At Sea - Poem by Sara Teasdale

IN the pull of the wind I stand, lonely,
On the deck of a ship, rising, falling,
Wild night around me, wild water under me,
Whipped by the storm, screaming and calling.
Earth is hostile and the sea hostile,
Why do I look for a place to rest?
I must fight always and die fighting
With fear an unhealing wound in my breast.
Sara Teasdale

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Jo dekhta hoon wohi bolne ka aadi hoon,
Main apne shehr ka sab se barra fasaadi hoon..

Aaj achanak teri yad ny rula diya
Kya karon tum ny jo mujhy bhula diya

Na karty wafa to na milti

Aatish-e-ishq main jal jaon tujhey is say kiya
Mousam ki tarah badal jaon tujhey is say kiya

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O friend! hope for Him whilst you live
O friend! hope for Him whilst you live,
know whilst you li

One would be in less danger
From the wiles of a stranger
If one's own kin and kith
Were more fun

Ek Dil Hai Jo Har Lamha Jalane Ke Liya Hai,

Jo Kuch Hai Yahan Aag Lagan Ke Liye Hai

Tu mujhe apna bana ya na bana teri khushi,
Tu zamaane main mere naam se badnaam to hai..

Hum ne sab sher main sanwaare thay,
Hum se jitne sukhan tumhare thay,
Rangg-o-khushhbuu ke husssn-

Your mistress, that you follow whores, still taxeth
you ;
'Tis strange that she should thus confes

When great trees fall,
rocks on distant hills shudder,
lions hunker down
in tall grasses,
and ev

Round Autumn's mouldering urn
Loud mourns the chill and cheerless gale,
When nightfall shades the

Yaadon ko muhabat key gulaboon nain piro ker
Ham kitni nafasat se tumain soch rahe hain

Kabhi jo raahat_e_jaan tha use bhula bhi dia
Agrcha dil ne hamen tanaa_e_wafa bhi dia,

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Har Koi Mast-e-Mai-e-Zauq-e-Tan Asani Hai,
Tum Musalman Ho? Ye Andaaz-e-Musalmani Ha

Hum na rahe'n bhi tou humari yaadai'n wafa karengi tum se
Ye na samajhna k tumhai'n chaha bas 2 din

Zindagi qad e musalsal ka siwa kuch bhi nahi
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Tanha chor ker hum ko hasla bhi dete ho,
Saans cheen ker jeenay ki dua bhi dete ho,

Ik taraf jud

Yeh zara zara si baat per,
Tarha tarha ka azaab kiyon?

Jo kisi say bhi khafa na ho,
Mujhey us k

Aur bazaar se kya le jaaun,
Pehli baarish ka maza le jaaun,
Kuch to saughaat duun ghar walon ko,

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