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Buddha In Glory - Poem by Rainer Maria Rilke

Center of all centers, core of cores,
almond self-enclosed, and growing sweet--
all this universe, to the furthest stars
all beyond them, is your flesh, your fruit.

Now you feel how nothing clings to you;
your vast shell reaches into endless space,
and there the rich, thick fluids rise and flow.
Illuminated in your infinite peace,

a billion stars go spinning through the night,
blazing high above your head.
But in you is the presence that
will be, when all the stars are dead.
Rainer Maria Rilke

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A monk sips morning tea,
it's quiet,
the chrysanthemum's flowering.


Translated by Robert Hass

Ab kis se kahen aur kon sune jo haal tumhare baad hua,
Is dil ki jheel si ankhon main ik khawb boha

HOME from the daisied meadows, where you linger yet -
Home, golden-headed playmate, ere the sun is

Tum Kuch To Nibha Jate, Akhir Ko Mohabbat Thi
Hum Ne To Aqeedat Me, Lehja Bhi Nahi Badla...

Zindgi Apni Ab Bari Mushkil Hogaee Hai
Apnon Se Ab Bari Nafrat Ho Gaee Hai
Abhi Zinda Hain Tau Tau

Woh Mere Dil Pe Sar Rakh Kar Sooyi Thi Be_Khabar
Meine Dharhi Hi Rook Li Ke Kahin Uski Neend Na To

Mujhko aap apna aap dijiyega,
aur kuchh bhi na mujh se lijiyega.

Aap bemisl, bemisaal hun main,

Against my love shall be, as I am now,
With Time's injurious hand crushed and o'erworn;
When hours

ہم زباں آیا نظر فکرِ سخن میں تو مجھے
مردمک ہے طوطئِ آئی

Wo Jin Ki Aankhon Se Chamakte The Wafa K Moti

Yaqeen Mano Qasam Le Lo Wo Aankhein Bewafa Nikli...

ONCE, methought, in the night hours cold,

That I saw the moon in my sleep;
But as soon as I wake

-No one understands the silence between my words
-No one understands the sadness behind my smile
-

Parson, these things in thy possessing
Are better than the Bishop's blessing.
A Wife that makes co

Aye Kaash K Hum Bhi Khush Naseeb Hote 'Kami',

Koi Hamein Bhi Piyaar Karte Jitna Hum Tun Se Karte

Mujhe Rona Nahin, Awaz Bhi Bhaari Nahin Karni,
Mohabbat Ki Kahaani Men Adaa'kaari Nahin Karni,

Aqeedat aur hoti hai Murawat aur hoti hai
MUHABBAT jisko kehte hain wo naimat aur hoti hai,
Qayama

Raat ki chadar ko kafan samajh kar soya karo

Na Jane subha ka aghaz kis dunya mai hojaye

Itni Kashish To Ho Nigah-e-Shoq Me SAQI

Idhar Dil Me Khayal Aye Udher Wo Be-Qarar Ho Jaen...

AY bariSh Wahan baras jahan Tarsay Hain Tujh ko LoG,,,

Mery diL Ka AaNGAN Kisi ki Yad Se Aksar S

Is qadar qemti to na tha mera chain-o-Sakon Faraz
Loot kr lay gya wo kissi anmol khazany ki tarah..

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