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Book Of Suleika - Suleika's Love - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

ONCE, methought, in the night hours cold,

That I saw the moon in my sleep;
But as soon as I waken'd, behold

Unawares rose the sun from the deep.

THAT Suleika's love was so strong

For Joseph, need cause no surprise;

He was young, youth pleaseth the eyes,--

He was fair, they say, beyond measure

Fair was she, and so great was their pleasure.
But that thou, who awaitedst me long,
Youthful glances of fire dost throw me,
Soon wilt bless me, thy love now dost show me,
This shall my joyous numbers proclaim,
Thee I for ever Suleika shall name.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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Peace in thy hands,
Peace in thine eyes,
Peace on thy brow;
Flower of a moment in the eternal

ہم کہاں اور تم کہاں جاناں
ہیں کئی ہجر درمیاں جاناں

را

Mene socha tha,
Aj aap ayen ge to ro doon gi,
Aap puchain ge,
To sab haal keh doon gi,
Keh doon

Keh rahi hai mere jazbaat ki jhankaar tujhe,
Kar sake ga na koi meri tarah pyaar tujhe,
Raqss kart

Sent to a friend who had complained that I was glad enough to see
him when he came, but didn't see

fasil-e-jism gira de makan-e-jaan se nikal
ye intishaar-zada shahr hai yahan se nikal

teri tal

Great is the sun, and wide he goes
Through empty heaven with repose;
And in the blue and glowing

Na sahi gar unhen khayal, na sahi,
Ke hamara bhi ab woh haal nahin,
Yaad unhe vaada-e-visaaal nahi

Roach, foulest of creatures,
who attacks with yellow teeth
and an army of cousins big as shoes,

Wo Lara DarD Se Aakhri Saans Tak...

Har KAr Us Ne Ki Khud Kushi Jhot Hai...

Likhna To Tha Ke Khush Hon Tere Bagair, ,
Aanso Magar Qalam Se Pehle Hi Gir Gaya, , , , ,

Khairaat sirf itni mili hai hayaat se,
paani ki boond jaise ataa ho furaat se.

Shabnam issi juno

Aur Kuch Nahe Hota To Bhari Barish Main..

Tujh Se Bichry Huye Raaston Par Safar Krta Hon...

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

Stanza (31)

Chashme-e-Aqwam Se Makhfi Hai Haqiqat Teri
Hai Abhi Mehfil-e-Hasti Ko Zaroorat Teri

Stanza (28)

Boo-e-Gul Le Gyi Bairun-e-Chaman Raaz-e-Chaman
Kya Qayamat Hai Ke Khud Phool Hain Gh

MaGhroOr Meri ChaShm-E Tamaasha Hai In DinOn
S0 Baar Un Ko DOOr Se Daikha Hai In DinOn

Aaraais

ye eid bhi guzar jaye gi tere bageir

chalta rahe ga meri zindagi ka safar tere bageir

Dil Jal Raha Tha Gham Se Magar Nagmagar Raha
Jab Tak Raha Main, Saath Mere Yeh Hunar Raha
Subah-E-

Soch soch kar yehi,
Sochta hai dil,
Bhul jaye sochna tumhe,
Ye sochna hai muskil.

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