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Book Of Hafis - To Hafis - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

HAFIS, straight to equal thee,

One would strive in vain;
Though a ship with majesty

Cleaves the foaming main,
Feels its sails swell haughtily

As it onward hies
Crush'd by ocean's stern decree,

Wrecked it straightway lies.
Tow'rd thee, songs, light, graceful, free,

Mount with cooling gush;
Then their glow consumeth me,

As like fire they rush.
Yet a thought with ecstasy

Hath my courage moved;
In the land of melody

I have lived and loved.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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We will be what we could be. Do not say,
"It might have been, had not this, or that, or this."
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Beqaraari si beqaraari hai,
Wasl hai aur firaaq taari hai.

Jo guzaari na ja saki hum se,
hum ne

Tumhain MaLoom hai Jaanaa K tum Bhi Aik Qatal ho

Mery Andar ka Ek Hansta howa insaN Tum Ny Maara

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Hai Baja Shewa-e-Tasleem Mein Mashoor Hain Hum

Qissa-e-Dard Sunate Hain Ke Majboor

Koi Taveez Aisa Do K Me Chalaak Ho Jaun
Bohat Nuqsan Deti Hai Mujhe Ye Sadagi Meri...

Yeh bhi sach hai koi ulfat mein pareshan kyun ho,
Yeh bhi sach hai koi kyun kar na pareshan ho jaye

Long, long ago, ere yet our race began,
When earth was empty, waiting still for man,
Before the br

Ajnabi C Raho'n Main
Door Tak Nigaho'n Main

Be-Rukhi Ka Masom Hai
Aj Phir Nigaho'n Ko

Betay

kisi ki ankh jo purnam nahi hai
na samajho ye ke us ko Gam nahi hai
savad-e-dard main tanha khara

chand nikle kisi jaanib teri zebai ka
rang badle kisi surat shab-e-tanhai ka
daulat-e-lab se phi

Ishq main ghairat-e-jazbaat ne ronay na diya,
Warna kya baat thi kis baat ne ronay na diya,
Ap keh

Payam e Aish o Ishrat Humain Sunata Hai
Hilal e Eid Hamari Hassi Urrata Hai

پیامِ عیش و

Na Janay Kese Dukh Ka Paish Khema Kal Sabit Hua,

Tera Hansta Hua Chehra, Meri Rooti Hui Aankehin.

Rahi Na Taaqat-E-Guftaar Aur Agar Ho Bhi,

To Kis Umeed Pe Kahiye K Arzoo Kya Hai...

Sookhe pokhar, banjar dharti, neer bhaye ban-chhaoN

MiTTi miTTi lagta hai ab soona – soona ga

Tujh Se Bichra Tou Kidher Jaonga ?
Mein Tou Be-Chaini Se Mar Jaonga

Mein Tou Aisay Nhi Jaany W

Marney Se Bhi Pehle Mar Gaye They
Jeeney Se Kuch Aese Dar Gaye They

Rastey Mein Jahan Talak Diye

If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you;
If you can

Ye IShQ Ka Rog Jata Nahin kasam Ly LO,

Galy Mein Daal Kar Sary Taveez Dekhy Hein..

As soon as Wolf began to feel
That he would like a decent meal,
He went and knocked on Grandma's d

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