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Early December in Croton-on-Hudson - Poem by Louise Gluck

Spiked sun. The Hudson's
Whittled down by ice.
I hear the bone dice
Of blown gravel clicking. Bone-
pale, the recent snow
Fastens like fur to the river.
Standstill. We were leaving to deliver
Christmas presents when the tire blew
Last year. Above the dead valves pines pared
Down by a storm stood, limbs bared . . .
I want you.
Louise Gluck

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Woh aa rahe hain woh aate hain aa rahe hon ge,
Shab-e-firaaq ye keh kar guzaar dii ham ne..

Guzray Dinon Ki Yaad Barasti Ghata Lagay
Guzrun Jo Os Ki Gali Se Tou Thandi Hawa Lagay
Mehmaan Ban

You know the parlor trick.
wrap your arms around your own body
and from the back it looks like
so

Never seek to tell thy love,
Love that never told can be;
For the gentle wind does move
Silently

Misal-E-Aatish Hai Ye Rog-E-Mohabbat,

Roshan To Khoob Karti Hai Magar Jala Jala Kar...

uTha leta hai apni eDiyan jab sath chalta hai
wo bauna kis qadar mere qad-o-qamat se jalta hai
k

Weary with toil, I haste me to my bed,
The dear respose for limbs with travel tirèd;
But then beg

Wo To Khushboo Hai Hawaon Main Bikhar Jaiga
Masla Phool Ka Hai Phool Kidhar Jaiga

Ham To Samjhe

Main Mar jaon To Usay Khabar Bhi Na Honay Dena.

Masroof Sa Shakhs Hain who Kahin Us Ka Waqt Barb

Tumhari Aankhen Kehti Hein..
Hisaar-e-Zaat Se Niklo..
Tamana Meri Ban Jao..
Shab-e-Barbad Se N

LIST, and in memory bear
These six fond loving pair.
Love, when aroused, kept true
Rustan and Rad

Haqeeqat Aashna Mere, ,
Tujhe Shayad Khabar Hogi, ,
Mujhe Teri Muhabbat Ne, ,
Bohat Buzdil Bana D

Bewaqt Agar Jaunga To Sub Chonk Parenge
Ek Umer Hui Din Me Kabhi Ghar Nahi Dekha...

A tempest cracked on the theatre. Quickly,
The wind beat in the roof and half the walls.
The ruin

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

ہم نہ مانیں گے عید آئی

Once a dream did weave a shade
O'er my angel-guarded bed,
That an emmet lost its way
Where on gra

Mohabbat Karne Ki Himmat Akele Tum Nahi Rakhte..

Agar Jo Zid Pe aAa Jaun To Duniya Bhool Jaun Ma

بجھ گئے امیدوں کے دیپ اور چراغ
زندگی سکھ کا دے کوئی مجھ

آمدِ خط سے ہوا ہے سرد جو بازارِ دوست
دودِ شمعِ کشتہ تھا

In nineteen hundred forty-nine
China was won by Mao Tse-tung
Chiang Kai Shek's army ran away
They

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