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Book Of Suleika - These Tufted Branches - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

THESE tufted branches fair

Observe, my loved one, well!
And see the fruits they bear

In green and prickly shell!

They've hung roll'd up, till now,

Unconsciously and still;
A loosely-waving bough

Doth rock them at its will.

Yet, ripening from within.

The kernel brown swells fast;
It seeks the air to win,

It seeks the sun at last.

With joy it bursts its thrall,

The shell must needs give way.
'Tis thus my numbers fall

Before thy feet, each day.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Kari Tanhaiyon Ko Humsafar Kehta Raha Hoon Main
Khiyal-e-Yaar TujhKo Mautbar Kehta Raha Hoon Main,

Us Ki Yaad Aayi Hai,
Dharkano. . . . !
Zara Aahista Chalo,

Sari Raat Ki Jagi Aankhen College Me Kya Parhti Hongi
Khul Na Jaye Raz-E-Dil, Har Waqt Is Se Darti

Miley Har Aik Se Taney Salamti K Mujhe

Kisay Khabar K Main Andar Se Tootta Hi Raha..

Un se duur janay ka irada na tha,
Sada sath rehnay ka bhi wada na tha,

Wo yaad na karaingay yeh

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

As sure as prehistoric fish grew legs
and sauntered off the beaches into forests
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Gulab Sary Madham Dikhai Dete Hain
Nazar Jab Bhi Tere Chehry Ka Tawaf Karti Hai...

ZakhaM Ko BharnE Mein KucH DaiR To Lagti Hai,,,

jis ZakhaM Mein ShamiL Ho ApnO Ki EnayaT..!

Kitaab-e-zeest ka ek aur baab hatam hua,
Shabaab hatam hua, azaab hatam hua..

Usey kaho ke milne ki ab dua na kare,
Guzar gaye hain jo lamhe unhe haraa na kare,
Mujhe bhi khawb

Faisla Jo Bhi Ho Manzoor Hona Chahiye

Jung Ho Ya Ishq Ho Bharpor Hona Chahiye

Ab woh saudaa nahin deewanon main,
Khaak urrti hai bayabaanon main,
Gham-e-dauraan ko gila hai muj

aankhen chura ke hum se bahaar aae ye nahin
hisse mein apne sirf ghubar aae ye nahin
ku-e-gham-e

lamhon ke azab sah raha hun
main apne wajud ki saza hun
zaKHmon ke gulab khil rahe hain
KHushb

Mat Gira ApNe Jhoothe Ishq KaY AaNsoo Mere JaNazaY Par...

Agar Tujh Main Wafa Hoti To Aaj HuM Yu

Koi dekha ke roye koi chupa ke roye,
Hume rulane wale hume rula kar royen,
Marne ka maza to tab ha

Mil Hi Jaenge Hum Ko Bhi Kuch Log Faraz
Sheher Ka Sheher Bewafa To Nahi Ho Sakta...

ilaaj Yeh Hai Ke Majboor Kar Diya Jaaun,
Warna Yun Toh Kisi Ki Nahi Suni Maine.

Ab To Log In Lafzon K Piche Chupa Chehra Dekhna Chahte Hain
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