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Dedication - Poem by Lewis Carroll

Inscribed to a Dear Child:
In Memory of Golden Summer Hours
And Whispers of a Summer Sea


Girt with a boyish garb for boyish task,
Eager she wields her spade: yet loves as well
Rest on a friendly knee, intent to ask
The tale he loves to tell.
Rude spirits of the seething outer strife,
Unmeet to read her pure and simple spright,
Deem if you list, such hours a waste of life,
Empty of all delight!

Chat on, sweet Maid, and rescue from annoy
Hearts that by wiser talk are unbeguiled.
Ah, happy he who owns that tenderest joy,
The heart-love of a child!
Lewis Carroll

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Hai bas-ki har ek un ke ishaare mein nishaan aur,
karte hain mohabbat toh guzarta hai gumaan aur.

Balaa ke gham uthaye ja rahe hain
Jafaa ke teer khaye ja rahe hain

Fida karne ko deen-e-mustafa

Unke Hontho Pe Mera Naam Jab Aya Hoga..
Khudko Ruswayi Se Phir Kaise Bachaya Hoga..

Sun ke Fasan

She's milking in the rain and dark,
As did her mother in the past.
The wretched shed of poles and

farz karo tum chat per baithe
apne baal sukhatey hoo.

farz karo ke dhoop
ka us din kuch kuch ra

Expect nothing. Live frugally
On surprise.
become a stranger
To need of pity
Or, if compassion b

Qasid Payam-e-Shoq Ko, Itna Na Kar Taveel,

Kehna Faqat Ye Un Se, Aankhen Taras Gai Hain…

In faith, I do not love thee with mine eyes,
For they in thee a thousand errors note;
But 'tis my

AaLam-E-kaRb mEin aB kiS kO pUkArOn

BewAfa chHOr giA mUjh kO jAhAn sY aAgy,,,

'Tis better to be vile than vile esteemed,
When not to be receives reproach of being;
And the just

Jab Tere Nain Muskuraty Hain

Zeest K Ranj Bhool Jate Hain...

Har Baar Abbas Ilzam Ishq Per Hee Acha Nahi,
Wafa Khud Se Hoti Nahi Khafa Mohabbat Se Ho Jaate Hain

SaMnay BetH K DiL Ko J0 ChUraYe K0i,,,

AEsi ChoRii Ka PaTa KHaak LaGaYe K0i,,,

sarae chhoD ke wo phir kabhi nahin aaya
chala gaya jo musafir kabhi nahin aaya
har ek shai mere

Eid K Chaand Ki Manand Howa Hai Ab To..

Hye Wo Shakhs Jo Roz Mila Krta Tha..

Dasht-e-Wafa Main Pyaas Ka Aalam Ajeeb Tha

Dekha To Aik Dard Ka Dariya Qareeb Tha

Guzray Jidha

Iza-dehi ki daad jo paata raha hon main.
Har naaz aafren ko satata raha hon main.

Ay kaash kha

My doctor, the comedian
I called you every time
and made you laugh yourself
when I wrote this sil

Usne kaha seriously Pagal jo tum

Maine kaha beshak par sirf Tumhare liye

Ye jaah O hasham nahi rahe ga
Ye tabl O alam nahi nahi rahega

Aayegi, zaroor aayegi subh
Ye ah

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