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At The Sun-Rise In 1848 - Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

God said, Let there be light; and there was light.
Then heard we sounds as though the Earth did sing
And the Earth's angel cried upon the wing:
We saw priests fall together and turn white:
And covered in the dust from the sun's sight,
A king was spied, and yet another king.
We said: “The round world keeps its balancing;
On this globe, they and we are opposite,—
If it is day with us, with them 'tis night.”
Still, Man, in thy just pride, remember this:—
Thou hadst not made that thy sons' sons shall ask
What the word king may mean in their day's task,
But for the light that led: and if light is,
It is because God said, Let there be light.
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Latest Urdu Poetry

phir shab-e-gam ne mujhe shakl dikhai kyon kar
ye bala ghar se nikli hui ai kyon kar
tu ne ki gair

Aafatain Jese Intezar Main Theen,,,!!!
Tere Jaty He Sab Ne Ghair Liya...

Is Liye Toot Ke Rooya Hun Mein Aksar ‘Mohsin’,
Kuch To Dil Khool Ke Jeene Ka Qareena Aaye…

Kamaal Ka Peer Hai Ishq Chor

Dia Mureed Kar Ke ..!!

Teri bahain,Teri Muhabat aur woh tere thandey paon

Kitna pur hiddat thi woh november ki 18ween s

Koi gham nahi magar dil udas hai,
Tujh se koi rishta nahi phir bhi ek aas hai,

Kehne ko bohut ap

Dekho kabhi to meri taraf Khush-dili k saath,
Kiya farz hai k baat karo be-RuKhi k saath,

Hans

اگر کج رو ہیں انجم آسماں تیرا ہے یا میرا
مجھے فکر جہاں ک

FATE gave the word, the arrow sped,
And pierc'd my darling's heart;
And with him all the joys are

Bright cap and streamers,
He sings in the hollow:
Come follow, come follow,
All you that love.

Jab Apni Ana Ke Libade Se Niklo Ge


Phir Log Dekhen Gay Jo Hal Tera Ho Ga


Har Cheez Mai Pao

Kahin woh aa ke mitta na dain intezaar ka lutf,
Kahin qubool na ho jaaye iltejaa meri..

Bicharna Hai To Khushi Se Bichrro..
Sawal Kese, Jawaab Chorro,

Kisse Mili Hain Jahan Ki Khushi

Dil Ki Dharkanoo Ko ik lamha saber nahi,
Shayd k us ko ab meri kader nahi,

Her safer mein mera k

Oh the changing of the seasons it's a pretty thing to see
And though I find this balmy weather plea

In the story of Patroclus
no one survives, not even Achilles
who was nearly a god.
Patroclus rese

In my sky at twilight you are like a cloud
and your form and colour are the way I love them.
You a

Jab tak tere aanchal se yeh paimaa’n bandhe hain,
Janaan, Mere laut aaney ke imkaa’n bandhe hai

Teri duniya mei jeene se to behtar hai ke mar jaayen,
Wohi aansuu wohi aahen wohi gham hai jidhar j

Ek Mukhtasir Si Waja Hai Mere Jhuk Kar Milne Ki
Matti Se Bana Hun Gharoor Acha Nahi Lagta Mujh Par.

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