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Be Kind - Poem by Charles Bukowski

we are always asked
to understand the other person's
viewpoint
no matter how
out-dated
foolish or
obnoxious.

one is asked
to view
their total error
their life-waste
with
kindliness,
especially if they are
aged.

but age is the total of
our doing.
they have aged
badly
because they have
lived
out of focus,
they have refused to
see.

not their fault?

whose fault?
mine?

I am asked to hide
my viewpoint
from them
for fear of their
fear.

age is no crime

but the shame
of a deliberately
wasted
life

among so many
deliberately
wasted
lives

is.
Charles Bukowsk

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darbar mein ab satwat-e-shahi ki alamat
darban ka asa hai ki musannif ka qalam hai
aawara hai ph

HAIL holy light, ofspring of Heav'n first-born,
Or of th' Eternal Coeternal beam
May I express t

AS in their flight the birds of song
Halt here and there in sweet and sunny dales,
But halt not ov

Little Birds are dining
Warily and well,
Hid in mossy cell:
Hid, I say, by waiters
Gorgeous in t

(With compliments and apologies to all not mentioned by name)

i wanta say just gotta say somethin

You hear the sound of carols from afar.
Bright bulbs and tinsel, cinnamon and cloves.
Beyond a hil

Ehsaan aesa talkhh jawab-e-wafa milaa,
Hum is ke baad phir koi armaan na kar sake..

There's nane that's blest of human kind,
But the cheerful and the gay, man,
Fal, la, la, &c.

Bewafai Ki Har Kahani Ka
Silsila Tum Se Jaa K Milta Hai...

I was born in 1902
I never once went back to my birthplace
I don't like to turn back
at three I s

If thy soul check thee that I come so near,
Swear to thy blind soul that I was thy Will,
And will

Pani ankh mein bhar ker laya jasakta hai
Ab bhi jalta sheher bachaya ja sakta hai
Aik mohabbat aur

koi mujh ko mera bharpur sarapa la de
meray bazu,meri ankhe,mera chehra la de

naya mausam meri b

Hey Father Death, I'm flying home
Hey poor man, you're all alone
Hey old daddy, I know where I'm g

Haaye Wo Lamha Ke Jab Tujh Se Shanasaayi Howi
Phir Jo Honi Thi Meri Jaan Wo Ruswaayi Howi

Apni N

Kaha Us Ne Zamaana Dard Hai Or Tum Dawa Jaise.
Laga Tum Se Mohabbat Hai Mujhe Us Ne Kaha Jaise.

Samne Sab K Na Bolein Gay Humara Kia Hai,
Chup K Tanhai Mein Ro Lein Gay Humara Kia Hai,

Gulsh

Nasha pilaa ke girana to sab ko ata hai,
Maza to tab hai ke girton ko thaam le saaqi..

Clouds bring back to mind her dress, the flowers her face.
Winds of spring caress the rail where s

Kisi Ki Aankh Se Sapne Chura Kar Kuch Nahi Milta
Munderon Se Chiraghon Ko Bojha Kar Kuch Nahi Milta

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