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Bangle sellers are we who bear

Bangle sellers are we who bear
Our shining loads to the temple fair...
Who will buy these delicate, bright
Rainbow-tinted circles of light?
Lustrous tokens of radiant lives,
For happy daughters and happy wives.

Some are meet for a maiden's wrist,
Silver and blue as the mountain mist,
Some are flushed like the buds that dream
On the tranquil brow of a woodland stream,
Some are aglow wth the bloom that cleaves
To the limpid glory of new born leaves

Some are like fields of sunlit corn,
Meet for a bride on her bridal morn,
Some, like the flame of her marriage fire,
Or, rich with the hue of her heart's desire,
Tinkling, luminous, tender, and clear,
Like her bridal laughter and bridal tear.

Some are purple and gold flecked grey
For she who has journeyed through life midway,
Whose hands have cherished, whose love has blest,
And cradled fair sons on her faithful breast,
And serves her household in fruitful pride,
And worships the gods at her husband's side.
Sarojini Naidu

Latest Urdu Poetry

Raaz-e-dil na sunana kisi ko Saqib,
Duniya mein sab hamraz badal jatay hain,

Kisi kay bicharne s

Hasrat-e-deed mein guzraan hain zamaney kab se
Dasht-e-umeed mein gardaan hain dawaney kab se
Der

How oft, when thou, my music, music play'st,
Upon that blessed wood whose motion sounds
With thy s

dil kisi KHwahish ka uksaya hua
phir machal uTTha hai bahlaya hua
ja tujhe tere hawale kar diya

Is Ishq Se Bach K Rehna Boht Buri Bala Hai Ye..

Is Zalim K Sataye,, Mujhy Namazi b Miley Hen Or

Roney Se Aur Ishq Me Bebaak Ho Gaye

Dhoye Gaye Ham Itney Ki Bas Paak Ho Gaye

Part of an entertainment presented to the Countess Dowager of
Darby at Harefield, by som Noble pers

تو ابھی رہ گزر میں ہے قید_مقام سے گزر
مصر و حجاز سے گزر پ

Hawaa ke sath chalte ja rahe ho,
Bohat aagey nikalte ja rahe ho,
Chale jao magar yeh to bata do,

Charagh Jalana To Purani Rasmain Hain Faraz

Ab To Tere Sheher K Log Insan Jala Dete Hain...

Mein Oska Dost Hun, Wo Aitraaz Karta Tha
Magar Wo Baatain Bhee Mere Khilaaf Karta Tha
Suna Hai Gir

Logon ko , Rishton ko
Logon ko , Rishton ko, Ehsaas ko

Aur Hum ko …

Sab ko Waqat badal deta

Merey sabar ka na ley Imtehaan
Meri khaamoshi ko sada na dey
Jo terey baghair na jee sakey
Usey j

Raat Gehri Thi Dar Bhi Sakte The
Hum Jo Kehte The Kar Bhi Sakte The
Tum Jo Bichre Hum Se Ye Bhi Na

Again and again, however we know the landscape of love
and the little churchyard there, with its so

Kisi ko de ke dil koi nawaa-sanj-e-fughaaN kyuN ho?? ??
Na ho jab dil hi sine mein to phir muNh ma

tumhaare hone ka shayad suragh pane lage
kanar-e-chashm kai KHwab sar uThane lage
palak jhapakne

Har saal ki trah
baraf-bari ka mosam
iss saal bhi aay tha
faraq sirf itna tha
ke pichle bars hum

The erle off Carrik Schyr Edward,
That stoutar wes than a libard
And had na will to be in pes,

Jabeen E shauq pe gard E malaal chaahti hai
Meri hayaat, safar ka m’a’aal chaahti hai

MaiN

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