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Duet - Poem by Alfred Lord Tennyson

1. Is it the wind of the dawn that I hear
in the pine overhead?
2. No; but the voice of the deep as it hollows
the cliffs of the land.
1. Is there a voice coming up with the
voice of the deep from the strand,
Once coming up with a Song in the
flush of the glimmering red?
2. Love that is born of the deep coming
up with the sun from the sea.
1. Love that can shape or can shatter a
life till the life shall have fled?
2. Nay, let us welcome him, Love that
can lift up a life from the dead.
1. Keep him away from the lone little isle.
Let us be, let us be.
2. Nay, let him make it his own, let him
reign in it - he, it is he,
Love that is born of the deep coming
up with the sun from the sea.
Alfred Lord Tennyson

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Mujhe phir lout jana hai..
Achanak toot jana hai..
Ki mere desh se aage,
koyi pardesi mera muntaz

عشق نے نکما بنا دیا غالب ورنہ
ہم بھی بھڑے کام کے آدمی تھ

Bhulanay Se Jo Bhuly Na Wo Kahani Chor Jaoungi
Teri Ankhoon Me Pani Ki Aisy Nami Chor Jaoungi

Li

Is Liye Toot Ke Rooya Hun Mein Aksar ‘Mohsin’,

Kuch To Dil Khool Ke Jeene Ka Qareena Aaye…

DOSTI
-Kaho to do lafz,
-Mano to bandgi,
-Socho to gehra sagar,
-Dubo to zindagi,
-Karo to aasa

Stanza (28)

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

Kalaam karti nhi, Bolti bhi jati hy ,
Teri Nazar ko ye Kesi Zuban Aati hy ,

Kabhi Kabhi Mujhy

Dard hi sahi mere ishq ka inaam to aaya
Khali hi sahi hathon mein jam to aaya

Mein hoon bewafa s

Jis Ne Aana Hi Nahi Uss Ko Bulaaey Huey Hain.
Hum To Apni Hi Murawwat K Sataaey Huey Hain.

Mer

Mujhe Khud Ki Nahi Koi Khabar,
Teri Aarzu Kya Karoon?
Mein To Khud Hun Aik Be_Makeen,
Teri Justuj

hamare jism agar raushni mein Dhal jaen
tasawwuraat-e-zaman-o-makan badal jaen
hamare bich hamei

Khair Hai Sultani Jumhoor Ka Ghogha Ke Sherr
Tu Jahan Ke Taza Fitnon Se Nahin Hai Ba-khabar

Har Chand Ke Hun Murda’ay Sad Sala Walekin
Zulmat Kudda’ay Khak Se Bezaar Nahin Main

chaak-e-dil bhi kabhi silte honge
log bichhDe hue milte honge

roz-o-shab ke unhi viranon mein

Hum Na Manain Gay Eid Aai Hai
Aap Aatay To Eid Bhi Aati

ہم نہ مانیں گے عید آئی

To change the world enough
you must cease to be afraid
of the poor.
We experience your fear as th

Kitna Haseen weham hai na...
TU JaHan Bhi Hai Sirf Mera Hai..

O maiden aunt, you have come to call.
Do step into the hall!
With your bold
Gecko, the little fli

Us shakhs se jab tuk koi baat nahin hoti,
Din nikalta nahi or raat nahin hoti,

Na khafa howa kar

Ankhoon mein aansoun ko ubharne nahi diya,
Mat'ti mein moti'oon ko bikharne nahi diya,

Jiss ra

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