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Blindman's Buff - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

OH, my Theresa dear!
Thine eyes, I greatly fear,

Can through the bandage see!
Although thine eyes are bound,
By thee I'm quickly found,

And wherefore shouldst thou catch but me?

Ere long thou held'st me fast,
With arms around me cast,

Upon thy breast I fell;
Scarce was thy bandage gone,
When all my joy was flown,

Thou coldly didst the blind repel.

He groped on ev'ry side,
His limbs he sorely tried,

While scoffs arose all round;
If thou no love wilt give,
In sadness I shall live,

As if mine eyes remain'd still bound.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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HAFIS, straight to equal thee,

One would strive in vain;
Though a ship with majesty

Cleaves t

DECEMBER ab k jao tao...
Mujhe bhi saath Le jana..
Mujhe b Shaam hona hy Mujhe GUMNAAM hona hy..

WEARY already, weary miles to-night
I walked for bed: and so, to get some ease,
I dogged the flyin

Ho Gayee Rukhsat Ghatta Barish Ke Baad
Ik Diya Jalta Raha Barish Ke Baad

Mairay Behtay Aansoon K

Mujhe Ab Dar Nahi Lagta
Kisi Ke Door Jane Se,
Taluq Toot Jane Se,
Kisi Ke Maan Jane Se,
Kisi

O thou, my lovely boy, who in thy power
Dost hold Time's fickle glass his fickle hour;
Who hast by

Aur zikr kya kijiye apne dil ki halat ka,
Kuch bigarrti rehti hai kuch sambhalti rehti hai..

Hum Gaye The Un Ko Manany K Liye
Wo Khafa Ache Lage Hum Ne Khafa Rehne Dia...

Paichida Se Marz Se Do Char Ho Gya Hun
Main Apne Hi Sehen Main Shumaar Ho Gya Hun

Rehte Hain Tab

Khizaan Ki Dhoop Se Shikwa Fazool Hai Mohsin

Main Yoon Bhi Phool Tha, Akhir Mujhe Bikharna Tha...

نہیں سجدے کئے ہم نے کبھی شاہوں کی چوکھٹ پر غالب
ہمیں جت

Tu Ne Nafrat Se Jo Dekha To Mujhe Yaad Aya
Kese Rishte Teri Khatir Yunhi Tor Aya Hun

Kitne Dhund

Har haqeeqat majaaz ho jaye,
Kaafiron ki namaaz ho jaye,
Dil rahin-e-niyaz ho jaye,
Bekassi kaars

hu-ba-hu aap hi ki murat hai
zindagi kitni KHub-surat hai
jis tarah phul ki gulistan ko
zindag

To-night when I came from the club at eleven,
Under the gaslight I saw a face-
A woman's face! and

Dil munaafiq tha, shab-e-hijr mein soya kese,
Aur jab tujh se mila, toot ke roya kese..

Mera Jee Hai Jab Tak Teri Justaju Hai
Zaban Jab Talak Hai Yahi Guftagu Hai

Khuda Jane Kya Hoga A

DiL Mn Reh Kar
DiL Dukhaty Ho.....?
Apna Muqaam Dekho
0r Apny Kam Dekho.....

In the beginning was the word
And the word was
Death
And the word was nigger
And the word wa

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