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Because - Poem by Sara Teasdale

Oh, because you never tried
To bow my will or break my pride,
And nothing of the cave-man made
You want to keep me half afraid,
Nor ever with a conquering air
You thought to draw me unaware --
Take me, for I love you more
Than I ever loved before.

And since the body's maidenhood
Alone were neither rare nor good
Unless with it I gave to you
A spirit still untrammeled, too,
Take my dreams and take my mind
That were masterless as wind;
And "Master!" I shall say to you
Since you never asked me to.


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My brothers,
Forgive me if I'm unable to say
honestly and straightforwardly
all that I would l

Aye Zindagi Bata Tu Meri Kiya Lagti Hai,
Kabhi Mujh Se Razi To Kabhi Khafa Lagti Hai,
Itna Dard

Love is a magic ray
emitted from the burning core
of the soul
and illuminating
the surroundi

Apne Angan Main Bhi Utre Gi Halal-e-Eid Ki Koi Kiran
Bari Der Tak Dareecha-e-Dil Khol K Bethe Rahe.

Pass Rah Kar Judai Ki Tuj Se

Dor Ho Kar Tuje Talash Kia

Mein Ne Tera Nishan Gum Kar Ke

Apne

Raas Aa Hi Gaya Tark-E-Ta'alluq Usy Akhir

Ankhon Main Wo Pehli Si Nadamat Nahi Rakhta...

Tumhari yaad or baraf-bari ka mausam,
sulagta raha dil ke andar akeley,
Irada tha jee loon ga tujh

Lipta hai Mere Dil se kisi Raaz ki Surat,
Woh shakhs k jis ko mera hona bhi nahi hai.

Ye Ishq-e-

Tujh Se Humein Koi Tamanna Kab Thi Ay Zindagi..!!

Hum To Is AaS Pe Jeete Aaye Hain K Marna Kab H

Ache Hain Bury Hain Hum Khud K Liye Hain
Hum Khud Ko Nahi Dekhte Auron Ki Nazar Se...

I.
In the cave which wild weeds cover
Wait for thine aethereal lover;
For the pallid moon is wani

Mohabbat Ko Paane Ki Tamanna Ho To Logon Se Mat Ghabrao, ,
Jo Hath Kanto Se Darte Hain Un Ko Phoolo

Hisaab e ishq mein thora zayaaN kiya jaye

Kabhi kabhaar use bad-gumaaN kiya jaaye

Koi badan me

Mountain flowers open in our faces.
You and I are triply lost in wine.
I’m drunk, my friend, sle

Hasti Ko Muhabbat Mai Fana Kon Karega, ,
Ye Farz Mere Siwa Ada Kon Karega, ,
Mere Hathon Ki Lakeer

Zindagi sirf issi dhun main guzarey jayen,
Bass tera naam, tera naam pukarey jayen,
Jab yeh tay ha

Meri yaadon ki ibtada hi Tum se hoti hy

Mohsin,

Phir kyun kehte ho Mujhe duaon main yaad rkhna

Ik taizz teer tha ke lagaa aur nikal geya,
Maari jo cheekh rail ne jungle dehall geya,
Soyaa hua t

Bewafa Ne Hamare Zakham Ka Kuch Youn ILaj Kya Faraz
Marham Bhi Lagaya To Khanjar Ki Nouk Se

Ghairon Mein Hain Jo Shad, Unhain Eid Mubarak
Jin Ko Nahin Hum Yaad Unhein Eid Mubarak
Masoom Se

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