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Behind The Blameless Trees - Poem by Rainer Maria Rilke

Behind the blameless trees
old fate slowly builds
her mute countenance.
Wrinkles grow there . . .
What a bird shrieks here
springs there like a gasp of warning
from a soothsayer's hard mouth.

And the soon-to-be lovers
smile on each other, not yet knowing farewell,
and round about them, like a constellation,
their destiny casts
its nightly spell.
Still to come, it does not reach out to them,
it remains
a phantom
floating in its heavenly course.
Rainer Maria Rilke

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Wo Mere Ghar Se Guzri To Bohat Royi. .
Dunya K Dard Main Bikhri To Bohat Royi. .
Wo Kehti Thi K Ma

raat ke farsh par
maut ki aahaTen
phir koi dar khula
kaun is ghar ke pahre pe mamur tha
kis

sham apni be-maza jati hai roz
aur sitam ye hai ki aa jati hai roz
koi din aasan nahin jata mera

Is Qadar Payar Sy Na Bola Kar
Dushmani Ka Guman Hota Hai

Apne DiL Ko Tere DiL se Mila Bethe Hain...
Zindagi ki Khushiyan Tere Naam Laga Bethe Hain...

T

Love
Is a ripe plum
Growing on a purple tree.
Taste it once
And the spell of its enchantment
Wi

aao be-parda tumhein jalwa-e-pinhan ki qasam
hum na chheDenge hamein zulf-e-pareshan ki qasam

Tumhare sath mere silsle na milte they,
Safar tha aik magar raste na milte they,
Tujhe ganwa ke me

Ho Ke Barbaad Bhee Har Haal Mein Khush
Ham Parinday Hain Tere Jaal Mein Khush
Tum Rahay Paas Hamar

Aesi tareekiyan aankhon mein bassi hain ke Faraz,
Raat to raat hai hum din ko jalate hain chiraagh.

dil mein tere ai nigar kya hai
hota nahin ham-kanar kya hai
aaya jo dam wo hai ghanimat
is zis

Sath chalne ke liye sathi chahiye,
Aansu rokne ke liye muskan chahiye,

Zinda rehne ke liye zinda

Tu Meraa Pehla Piyar Sajan
Tu Dilbar Tu Dildaar Sajan

Tu Phoolon Ki Mehkaar Sajan
Tu Gull Tu Hi

Barson Chale Qateel Zamane Ke Sath Hum, ,
Waqif Howe Na Phir Bhi Zamane Ki Chaal Se, , , ,

Na Samajh Sake Inka Koi Bahana, ,
Kabhi Palkon Pe Bithana Kabhi Nazron Se Girana, ,
Saqi Tere Mehk

Hoti Hai laakh ghamon ki dawa neend bhi !!
Hote hain aise gham bhi jo sone nahin detey !!
Poet ---

aankh ne dhoka khaya tha ya saya tha
wo khiDki mein aaya tha ya saya tha
darwaze ke pichhe ek pa

A voice said, Look me in the stars
And tell me truly, men of earth,
If all the soul-and-body scars

Pretty women wonder where my secret lies.
I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size
But

Halfway up from the little harbor of sardine boats,
Halfway down from groves where the thin, bitter

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