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At That Hour - Poem by James Joyce

At that hour when all things have repose,
O lonely watcher of the skies,
Do you hear the night wind and the sighs
Of harps playing unto Love to unclose
The pale gates of sunrise?

When all things repose, do you alone
Awake to hear the sweet harps play
To Love before him on his way,
And the night wind answering in antiphon
Till night is overgone?

Play on, invisible harps, unto Love,
Whose way in heaven is aglow
At that hour when soft lights come and go,
Soft sweet music in the air above
And in the earth below.
James Joyce

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Kam Libaasi Tann Par Ajeeb Lagti Hai

Ameer Baap Ki Beti Ghareeb Lagti Hai...

I am in need of music that would flow
Over my fretful, feeling finger-tips,
Over my bitter-tainted

UP, laggards of Freedom! — our free flag is cast
To the blaze of the sun and the wings of the bla

Ae Chand!

Usy khna
Wo jo dour dour bsta ha,

Usy koi yaad krta ha,

OR

Behisaab krta hai

Mujhay Doston Ki Lambi Qataaron Say Nahi Matlab..
Agar Tum DilL Say Mere Ho To Ik Tum Hi Kafi Ho..

Jagtey Jagtey thak jao to,

Aisa karna

Aadhi ratein mujhko dena, Tum ko poorey khuwab milen gay

Har Shaam Ek Naee Khabar Latee Hay
Kabi Hansatee Hay
Kabi Rulatee Hay
Han Kabi Khamoshee Say Hee

chaak-e-dil bhi kabhi silte honge
log bichhDe hue milte honge

roz-o-shab ke unhi viranon mein

Hum bhi nayaab hua kartey they,
Kisi ka khawab hua kartey they,
Jinhe mein kher’andesh manta tha

Jafa Jo Ishq Mein Hoti Hai, Wo Jafa Hi Nahi,
Sitam Na Ho To Mohabbat Mein Kuch Maza Hi Nahi….

Main bhi kitna ajeeb hun ..Itna Ajeeb hun ke bs ..Khud ko tabah kar liya..Aur malaal bhi nahi...

Dil-o-dimagh main kesa bhanwar bana hua hai,
Zameer mere liye dard-e-sar bana hua hai,
Main apni c

Sar mera kaam yeh kar aaya tha
Kooy E qatil se guzar aaya tha

Apni hi khoj me sargardaaN hun
Ma

Beautiful city

Beautiful city, the centre and crater of European confusion,
O you with your pass

Everyone in your life will hurt you sooner or later.
But you will have to decide.
What is more imp

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

Aand

jo sunta hun kahunga main jo kahta hun sununga main
hamesha majlis-e-nutq-o-samaat mein rahunga ma

Ab to ghabraa ke yeh kehte hain ke mar jaayenge,
Mar ke bhi chain naa paaya to kidar jaayenge,
Tum

Beeti huyi ruton mein kho sa gaya hoon,
Chale aao ke teri yaad mein mar sa gaya hoon,
Teri kalaam

Sajdon Me Guzaar Dun Apni Sari Zindagi Faraz

Ek Bar Wo Keh De K Mujhe Duaon Se Mang Lo...

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