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Autumn Song - Poem by Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Know'st thou not at the fall of the leaf
How the heart feels a languid grief
Laid on it for a covering,
And how sleep seems a goodly thing
In Autumn at the fall of the leaf?

And how the swift beat of the brain
Falters because it is in vain,
In Autumn at the fall of the leaf
Knowest thou not? and how the chief
Of joys seems—not to suffer pain?

Know'st thou not at the fall of the leaf
How the soul feels like a dried sheaf
Bound up at length for harvesting,
And how death seems a comely thing
In Autumn at the fall of the leaf?
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Latest Urdu Poetry

Ae Tere Souz-e-Nafas Se Kaar-e-Aalam Ustawar!
Tu Ne Jab Chaha, Kiya Har Pardagi Ko Ashikaar

Aab-

One night a poem came up to a poet
From now on, it said, you must wear a mask.
What kind of mask?

Kabhi Badal, Kabhi Kashti, Kabhi Gardaab Lage

Wo Badan Jab Bhi Saje Koi Naya Khawaab Lage

Ek C

In the secular night you wander around
alone in your house. It's two-thirty.
Everyone has deserted

sarfaroshi ki tamana ab hamare dil main hai
dekhna hai zor kitna bazu-e-qatil main hai
karta nahi

Ajab Mazaq Hai Islam Ki Taqdeer K Sath
Kaata Hussain (A.S) Ka Sar Nara-e-Takbeer K Sath...

It little profits that an idle king,
By this still hearth, among these barren crags,
Match'd wit


پرانی تصویروں میں آپ بہت پیارے لگ رہے ہیں
اِن تصویروں

Us K Sath Juft Ho Jaun
Dua Mangi Hai Taaq Raton Me...

Kash Meri Zindagi Se Koi Is Tarah Bi Waqif Ho

K Main Barish Main Bi Roaun To Wo Mere Ansoo Pehch

Dil mein ab dard-e-mohabbat k siwa kuch bhi nahin
zindagi meri ibadat k siwa kuch bhi nahin

Mein

Khawb hote hain dekhne ke liye,
In main ja kar raha na karo..

Bohat Aaraam Karna Chahti Hun
Yehi Ek Kaam Karna Chahti Hun
Shaoor-e-Aagahi Ek Almiaa Hai
Ise Nee

Pehli baar jab us ne meri maan ko ami jaan kaha to,
Mujh ko yu’n mehsoos hua,
Apna sab kuch chor

Yaadai'n jaag jati hyn
Barisho'n k mausam main

Har ghari satati hyn
Barisho'n k mausam main

Tumhare khath main naya ek salam kis ka tha
na tha raqeeb to akhir wo nam kis ka tha
Wo qatl kar k

Pity, in place of love,
That pettiest of gifts,
Is but a sugar-coating over neglect.
Any passerby

Shair kisi ke hijr main kehnaa sirf visaal kisi se,
Hum bhi kya hain, dheyaan kisi ka aur sawal kis

In Hawaii they Hula
They Tango in Argentina
They Reggae in Jamaica
And they Rumba down in Cuba,

He drew a straight line
Across the dirt floor:
Within, it was death-still--
Without, was a roar

Urdu Poetry

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