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Consolation - Poem by Elizabeth Barrett Browning

All are not taken; there are left behind
Living Belovèds, tender looks to bring
And make the daylight still a happy thing,
And tender voices, to make soft the wind:
But if it were not so—if I could find
No love in all this world for comforting,
Nor any path but hollowly did ring
Where 'dust to dust' the love from life disjoin'd;
And if, before those sepulchres unmoving
I stood alone (as some forsaken lamb
Goes bleating up the moors in weary dearth)
Crying 'Where are ye, O my loved and loving?'—
I know a voice would sound, 'Daughter, I AM.
Can I suffice for Heaven and not for earth?'
Elizabeth Barrett Browning

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KOI TO HOTA....
mai jis k dil ki kitaab benta
mai jis ki chahet ka khawab benta
mai hijr k mosem

Mere dil me chope hoe raaz mangati hai
Wo pagali ! mujh se meri jaan mangati hai
Rakhtati hai hasa

Not marble, nor the gilded monuments
Of princes shall outlive this powerful rhyme,
But you shall s

Use Pana Use Khona, Usi Ke Hijr Mein Rona,

Yehi Gar Ishq Hai ‘Mohsin’ To Ham Tanha Hi Ache H

Kaam Ki Baat Mein Ne Ki Hi Nahi

Ye Mera Tore Zindagi Hi Nahi

Har shayy musaafir har cheez raahi,
kya chaand taare kya murgh-o-maahi.
Tu mard-e-maidaan tu meer-

WHAT is by this stir reveal'd?

Doth the East glad tidings bring?
For my heart's deep wounds are

Juda hone se darta hon,
Meri ankhain batati hain,
Mai ab sone se darta hon,
Meri ungli pakar lena

Zindagi chahiye mohabbat main,
ye ghari doo ghari ki baat nahi,,

aap say koi bhi nahi pehlay�

I
She lay, and serving-men her lithe arms took,
And bound them round the withering old man,
And o

IT was a lover and his lass,
With a hey, and a ho, and a hey nonino,
That o'er the green corn

Yeh mera hausla hai tere baghair,
Saans leta hoon baat karta hoon..

Wo Preshan kahin na ho Jaye"

Mera poche to Kehna "Han Khush Tha"

Behold her, single in the field,
Yon solitary Highland Lass!
Reaping and singing by herself;
Stop

Kya sochty rehty ho sada raat gaye tak,?
Kis qarz ko karty ho adaa raat gaye tak..?

Thak haar

Tum Ne Aankhon Ko Parh Liya Hota

Kese Kese Sawaal Likhe The...

Tujh Se Bichre Tou Ab Hosh Nahin
Kab Chaand Hua, Kab Eid Hui

تجھ سے بچھڑے ہیں تو

Me Ye Soch Kar Bhi Tum Se Mohabbat Karta Hun
Mera To Koi Hai Nahi Tumhara To Koi Ho...

Choo Nahi Sakte Kisi Bhi Chez Ko Ab Sarifeen
Nafa Khoron Ki Kuch Itni Meherbani Barh Gai

Is Mahe

آنکھوں میں چبھ گئیں تری یادوں کی کرچیاں
کاندھوں پہ غم ک

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