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Book Of Parables - In The Koran With Strange Delight - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

In the Koran with strange delight
A peacock's feather met my sight:
Thou'rt welcome in this holy place,
The highest prize on earth's wide face!
As in the stars of heaven, in thee,
God's greatness in the small we see;
For he whose gaze whole worlds bath bless'd
His eye hath even here impress'd,
And the light down in beauty dress'd,
So that e'en monarchs cannot hope
In splendour with the bird to cope.
Meekly enjoy thy happy lot,
And so deserve that holy spot!
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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USay Kehna Kitaabon Mein Rakhey S0okhey Huwy Ph0ol..

Us Ke L0ut Aaney Ka YaQeen Ab Tak Dilatey H

Ajab Ek Shor Sa Barpa Hai Kahin
Koi Khaamosh Ho Gaya Hai Kahin

Hai Kuchh Aisa Ki Jaise Ye Sab Ku

I am in need of music that would flow
Over my fretful, feeling finger-tips,
Over my bitter-tainted

She who did not come, wasn't she determined
nonetheless to organize and decorate my heart?
If we h

Humen furqat ka shikwa karne wali,
Meri mojoodgi main so rahi hai..

Wo Aadat Hai To Aadat Se Kinara Ho Bhi Sakta Hai
Magar Is Sari Koshish Mein Khasara Ho Bhi Sakta H

Kuch To Hawa Bhi Sard Thi, Kuch Tha Tera Khayal Bhi,

Dil Ko Khushi Ke Sath Sath Hota Raha Malaal

Aisa hai ke sab khawb musalsal nahin hote,
Jo aaj hote hian magar kal nahin hote,
Andar ki fazaon

On a small lake off
the map of the world, two
swans lived. As swans,
they spent eighty percent

Mosam-e-hijr k lamhat koi kiya janay,
Kya guzarti hai meray sath ko kiya janay,

Doriyon me bhi t

Is dafa to barishein rukti nahin faraz,
Hum ne ansu kia piye k saray mosam ro paray

Meri Aankh0n k jaadu sy Tum Abhi Na wakif h0.

Hum Usay Jeena sikha dety hain jisay Mrnay ka sh0q

Teri nigaah-e-mohabbat ke chahne waley,
Teri nigaah-e-mohabbat se bad’gumaan bhi rahe..

Ganwayi kis tamanna main zindagi main ne,
Woh kaun hai jise dekha nahin kabhi main ne,

Tera khay

Tum Nahi Fitana-Saz Sach Sahab

Shahar Pur-Shor is Gulam Se Hai

Koi Tujh Sa Bhi Kash Tujh Ko Mi

Your late kind Gift let me restore;
For I must never wear it more.
My Mother cries, ``What's here

Khushiyan Meri Hasrat Meri Chahat Ko Bhula Kar
Us Ne Faqat Mujh Ko Badnaam Kia Hai

Samjha Tha Ji

Is Qadar Toot Ke Tum Pe Hamein Piyaar Aata Hai,
Apni Banhon Mein Bharain Maar Hi Dalain Tum Ko…

I must do as you do? Your way I own
Is a very good way, and still,
There are sometimes two strai

Wo mujhe Aziz thi, Main bhi Use PaSand...??

Phr Jane Kya hua K Muhabat nahi Rahi....!!!
(G.R A

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