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Epilogue To Through The Looking Glass - Poem by Lewis Carroll

A boat, beneath a sunny sky
Lingering onward dreamily
In an evening of July --

Children three that nestle near,
Eager eye and willing ear
Pleased a simple tale to hear --

Long has paled that sunny sky:
Echoes fade and memories die:
Autumn frosts have slain July.

Still she haunts me, phantomwise
Alice moving under skies
Never seen by waking eyes.

Children yet, the tale to hear,
Eager eye and willing ear,
Lovingly shall nestle near.

In a Wonderland they lie,
Dreaming as the days go by,
Dreaming as the summers die:

Ever drifting down the stream --
Lingering in the golden gleam --
Life what is it but a dream?
Lewis Carroll

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Likhna To Tha Ke Khush hun Tere Baghair Bhi,

Aansu Magar Qalam Sey Pehle Hi Gir Gaye…

I always like summer
Best
you can eat fresh corn
From daddy's garden
And okra
And greens
And c

Yes, pretty soon now they’ll be at your door.
They’ve orders and a warrant after all.
It doesn

fasil-e-jism gira de makan-e-jaan se nikal
ye intishaar-zada shahr hai yahan se nikal

teri tal

Wo Mehndi LaGWa K Ghair Se..

PocHTay HaiN Hum Se K rANg KaiSa Hai..

Samny Manzil Thi Aur Piche Uski Awaz
Rukta To Safar Jata, Chalta To Bichar Jata

Maykhana Bhi Usi

Kab kare kis se kare ishq ka peimaan koi,
Jaan! muddat se nahin dekha hai jaanan koi,
Dil behelta

Koshish Ke Bawajood Jo Mukammal Na Ho Sakin,

Tera Naam Bhi Unhin Khuwahishon Mein Hai….. :(

Darya Ki Dehleez Pe Thehri Soch Rahi Hain Ye Ankhen

Kitna Waqt Lage Ga Aakhir Sare Khawab Bahane

Tujh Se Mile Na The To Koi Aarzu Na Thi,

Dekha Tujhe To Tere Talab_Gaar Ho Gaye…

Haseen Yadoon K Kuch mausam Ussey Arsaal Karney Hein FARAZ!
Suna Hai Shub Ko Tanhai Ussey Soney Nah

Raah-e-duur-e-ishq

Ever been kidnapped
by a poet
if i were a poet
i'd kidnap you
put you in my phrases and mete

Mujhe Kis Taraf Jaana Hay Kuch Khabar Nahi,
Mere Raastey Bhi Kho Gaye Meri Muhabbat Ki Tarah..!

Beetey rishte talaash karti hai,
Khushbuu ghunche talaash karti hai,
Jab guzarti hai us galli sa s

Kaash Main Paalat Jaoon Bachpan Ki Waadi Main

Na Koi Zaroorat Thi, Na Koi Zaroori Tha.

Meri Talab Tha Aik Shakhs Jab Wo Nahi Mila To Phir

Hath Dua Se Yoon Gira Bhool Gaya Sawal Bhi...

Aqal Waloon Ke Muqaddar Mein Yeh Zok-e-Junun Kahan 'Ghalib'
Yeh Ishq Waale Hain Jo Har Cheez Luta D

Ku Ba ku Phail Gai Baat Shanasai Ki
Us Ne Khushbu Kee Tarah Meri Pzeeraie Ki

Kiase Keh Doon K Mu

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