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Endless Time - Poem by Rabindranath Tagore

Time is endless in thy hands, my lord.
There is none to count thy minutes.

Days and nights pass and ages bloom and fade like flowers.
Thou knowest how to wait.

Thy centuries follow each other perfecting a small wild flower.

We have no time to lose,
and having no time we must scramble for a chance.
We are too poor to be late.

And thus it is that time goes by
while I give it to every querulous man who claims it,
and thine altar is empty of all offerings to the last.

At the end of the day I hasten in fear lest thy gate be shut;
but I find that yet there is time.

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Bemar-e-Mohabat ko gar hosh main lana ho..
Daman main lita kar, zulfon se hawa dena..

O truant Muse, what shall be thy amends
For thy neglect of truth in beauty dyed?
Both truth and be

Zubaan rakhta hun lekin chup khada hun,
main aawaazon ke ban mein ghir gaya hun.
Mere ghar ka dari

Na Koi ranjj ka lamha kisi k paas aye

Khuda krey ke naya saal sab ko raas aye

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Stanza (28)

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

Aik Insan Hun Main Bhi Akhir

Wasta Farishton Se Hi Kiun Parta Hai...?

Oh, dwarfed and wronged, and stained with ill,
Behold! thou art a woman still!
And, by that sacred

Tumhara saath mil jae to sab dukh bhool jaoungi
Woh kehti thi k har soorat tumhen apna banaoungi,

Ankhon mai de ke anso najane kidhar gaye
Yadain hain bas tumhari hum to jidhar gaye

Aao aur aake

SMS ban ke chala ja tu Gulab,
hogi sachi dosti to aye ga jawab,

agar na aaye to tu mat hona udas

غالب کی زمین میں چند اشعار کہنے کی جسارت

'' درد مِنت کش

Kahanian Ab Badal Gaen hain...
Na ab woh Ankhen k jin mein Khawbon k sary mousam

Gulaab mousam

Farebi Bhi Hoon Ziddi Bhi Hoon Bad-Kalam Bhi..!!

Masoomiyat Kho Di Hai Maine Wafa Karte Karte..!

Tum Marasim Main Bhi Mosam Ki Ada Rakhtay Ho
Kabhi Barastey Ho Tu Kabhi Boond Ko Tarsaty Ho

Pal

ek pahchan ke kitne ism hain
ek inam ke kitne nam hain
tera nam wo baadal jis ka paighambar par

Na Gubar Mein Na Gulab Mein Mujhe Dekhana
Mere Dard Ke Aab-O-Tab Mein Mujhe Dekhana

Kisi Waqt Sh

Parh Parh Kitaaban Ilm Diyan Tu Naam Rakh Leya Qazi

Hath Vich Phar K Talwaar Tu Naam Rakh Leya Gh

Mohsin Ki Mout Itna Bara Saniha Na Thi

Is Sanihe Pe Baal Tere Raigaan Khule..

Hum Ne Kuch Aisa Tarasha Hai Teri Aankhon Ko,
Loog Sahar Ki Misaalon Se Tujhe Jaante Hain.... <3

ek harf-e-fasurda dagh mein hai
ek baat bujhe charagh mein hai
ek nam lahu ki gardishon mein
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