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Book Of Parables - It Is Good - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

IN Paradise while moonbeams play'd,

Jehovah found, in slumber deep,
Adam fast sunk; He gently laid

Eve near him,--she, too, fell asleep.
There lay they now, on earth's fair shrine,
God's two most beauteous thoughts divine.--
When this He saw, He cried:--'Tis Good!!!
And scarce could move from where He stood.

No wonder, that our joy's complete
While eye and eye responsive meet,
When this blest thought of rapture moves us--
That we're with Him who truly loves us,
And if He cries:--Good, let it be!
'Tis so for both, it seems to me.
Thou'rt clasp'd within these arms of mine,
Dearest of all God's thoughts divine!
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Latest Urdu Poetry

Muhabbat Hum Bhi Karlenge, ,
Ye Galti Tum Bhi Karlena, ,
Chalo Tum Hi Se Karlenge, ,
Kisi Se Tum

Televised news turns
a half-used day into
a waste of desolation.
If nothing wondrous preceded
th

Us K Sath Juft Ho Jaun
Dua Mangi Hai Taaq Raton Me...

And like a dying lady, lean and pale,
Who totters forth, wrapp'd in a gauzy veil,
Out of her cham

Hum Se Jab Hoont Woh Milaatay Hain.
Maikady Bansuri Bajaatay Hain.

Aao Hum Ko Faraib Do Koii,

Meri Palkon Pe Khwab Sajane Wale, ,
Khush Raho Hamen Tanha Chor Kar Jane Wale, ,
Main Usay Bhool K

Koi har gya koi jeet gya,
ye saal b akhir beet gya..!
Kabi sapny sjaye ankho me
kabi beet gae pal

اپنی ہی صدا سنوں کہاں تک
جنگل کی ہوا رہوں کہاں تک

ہر

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

Meri Nazrain Sirf Tera Raasta Dekhti Hein",
"Kab"
Tum Meri Chokhat Par Qadam Rakho Gey.....

Toot Jate Hain Dil K Rishte Magar
Dil Se Dil Ka Rabta Apni Jagah

Dil Ko To Hai Tere Na Milne Ka

Kaha tum ne mujhe dil se bhula do tum!
mita do tum!

Chalo main maan leti hoon,
Tumhain main

یہ ہم جو ہجر میں‘ دیوار و در کو دیکھتے ہیں
کبھی صبا کو‘

KAbhi ruk gaye kabhi chal diye kabhi chalty chalty bhatak gaye.!
Yunhi umer saari guzaar di yunhi

Ek shakhs ko chaha tha,

Taaron ki tarha humne



Ek shakhs ko chaha tha,

Apno ki tarha hu

I see Senora Sanchez
along the river.
Black catfish
pop the silver
water surface,
waves unroll

Pani Pani Kar Gyi Mujh Ko Qalandar Ki Ye Baat

Tu Jhuka Jab Ghair Ke Agay, Na Mann Tera Na Tann

Maine Phir Us Se Kabhi Ishq Ka Daawa Na Kiya, ,
Usne Bhi Shart Lagadi Thi Wafadari Ki, , , , ,

Ae dost Meri chahaton pr Aitraz na krna,
Rahay sath humara bus ye hi dua krna

Hum dain ge Tumara

Us nay kaha kon ho Tum?
Main nay kaha Hasrat Tumari

Us nay kaha Taktey ho kya?
Main nay kaha Su

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