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Autumn Feelings - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

FLOURISH greener, as ye clamber,
Oh ye leaves, to seek my chamber,

Up the trellis'd vine on high!
May ye swell, twin-berries tender,
Juicier far,--and with more splendour

Ripen, and more speedily!
O'er ye broods the sun at even
As he sinks to rest, and heaven

Softly breathes into your ear
All its fertilising fullness,
While the moon's refreshing coolness,

Magic-laden, hovers near;
And, alas! ye're watered ever

By a stream of tears that rill
From mine eyes--tears ceasing never,

Tears of love that nought can still!
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Latest Urdu Poetry

Suno December usay pukaro
Suno December usay mila do
Ab is sai pehlay keh saal guzray
Ab is sai p

hamein KHabar thi bachane ka us mein yara nahin
so hum bhi Dub gae aur use pukara nahin
KHud aaf

Yehi dil tha ke tarasta tha marasim ke liye
Ab yehi tark e talluq ke bahane maange

Unhon Ney Aisi Chaal Chali k Unki Jeet Yaqeeni Thi..

Phir Apni Apni Qismat Hai K Haare Hum Or Pa

From Heaven there fell upon the foaming wave
A timid drop; the flood with anger roared,--

But Go

Khud Ko Chuntay Hue Din Sara Guzar Jata Hai Faraz

Phir Hawa Shaam Ki Chalti Hai To Bikhar Jata Hu

Oh sharp diamond, my mother!
I could not count the cost
of all your faces, your moods-
that pr

Phir itne may0os kyun h0 us
ki bewaFayi par Faraz,
Tum khud hi t0h kehte thay k
w0h sab se Juda h

You ask me why I dwell in the green mountain;
I smile and make no reply for my heart is free of ca

Hi! Handsome hunting man,
Fire your little gun,
Bang! Now that animal
Is dead and dumb and done.

Kisi kay bicharne se koi mar nahi jata,
Haan magar jeenay k andaz badal jatay hain!

Kab torro ge hijar ke bandhan, Kab tak parda‘dar raho ge,
Kab is dil ke saaz mein sajan, tum ban

In the other gardens
And all up the vale,
From the autumn bonfires
See the smoke trail!

Pl

Kuch Tou Ehsaas-e-Ziyaan Tha Phele
Dil Ka Ye Haal Kahan Tha Phele
Ab Tou Manzil Bhi Hai Khud Garm-

IT IS New Year’s Day and I rise to state that here on the Sydney side
The Bards have commenced to

Awaz de ke dekh lo shayed woh mil hi jaye,
Warna yeh umar bhar ka safar rayegaan* to hai..

What should we have taken
with us? We never could decide
on that; or what to wear,
or at what tim

Nahi Duniya Ko Jab Parwaah Humaari,

Toh Phir Duniya Ki Parwaah Kyon Karein Hum…!

Teri Qurbat Bhi Nahi Hai Muyassar

Aur Din Bhi Barishon K Aa Gaye...

Din beet jatey hain suhani yadain ban kar,
Batein reh jati hain kahani ban kar,

Per dost to hame

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