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Excerpt – - Poem by Roald Dahl

'This famous wicked little tale
Should never have been put on sale
It is a mystery to me
Why loving parents cannot see
That this is actually a book
About a brazen little crook...'

'...Now just imagine how you'd feel
If you had cooked a lovely meal,
Delicious porridge, steaming hot,
Fresh coffee in the coffee pot,
With maybe toast and marmalade,
The table beautifully laid,
One place for you and one for dad,
Another for your little lad.
Then dad cries, 'Golly–gosh! Gee whizz!
'Oh cripes! How hot this porridge is!
'Let's take a walk along the street
'Until it's cool enough to eat.'
He adds, 'An early morning stroll
'Is good for people on the whole.
'It makes your appetite improve
'It also helps your bowels move.'
No proper wife would dare to question
Such a sensible suggestion,
Above all not at breakfast–time
When men are seldom at their prime.
No sooner are you down the road
Than Goldilocks, that little toad
That nosey thieving little louse,
Comes sneaking in your empty house....'

'...(Here comes the next catastrophe.)
Most educated people choose
To rid themselves of socks and shoes
Before they clamber into bed.
But Goldie didn't give a shred.
Her filthy shoes were thick with grime,
And mud and mush and slush and slime.
Worse still, upon the heel of one
Was something that a dog had done.
I say once more, what would you think
If all this horrid dirt and stink
Was smeared upon your eiderdown
By this revolting little clown?
(The famous story has no clues
To show the girl removed her shoes.)

Oh, what a tale of crime on crime!
Let's check it for a second time.

Crime One, the prosecution's case:
She breaks and enters someone's place.

Crime Two, the prosecutor notes:
She steals a bowl of porridge oats.

Crime Three: She breaks a precious chair
Belonging to the Baby Bear.

Crime Four: She smears each spotless sheet
With filthy messes from her feet.

A judge would say without a blink,
'Ten years hard labour in the clink!'
But in the book, as you will see,
The little beast gets off scot–free,
While tiny children near and far
Shout 'Goody–good! Hooray! Hurrah!'
'Poor darling Goldilocks!' they say,
'Thank goodness that she got away!'
Myself, I think I'd rather send
Young Goldie to a sticky end.
'Oh daddy!' cried the Baby Bear,
'My porridge gone! It isn't fair!'
'Then go upstairs,' the Big Bear said,
'Your porridge is upon the bed.
'But as it's inside mademoiselle,
'You'll have to eat her up as well.'
Roald Dahl

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ab na bahal sakega dil ab na diye jalaiye
ishq-o-hawas hain sab fareb aap se kya chhupaiye
us ne

Chalo Chalain Kahin Ek Naya Jahan Dhoondein

Ghamon Se Door Bohat Koi Aasman Dhoondein

Bahar

Koi mausam ho, dil mein hai tumhaari yaad ka mausam,
Ke badla hee naheen jaanan tumhare baad ka mau

Bass ik jijhak hai yehi haal-e-dil sunaane main,
Ke tera zikr bhi aaye ga iss afsaane main..

Main us ka hoon ,ye raaz tu wo jan gaya hai ?Faraz?!!!
Wo kis ka hai ye sawal mujhe sonay nahin det

hUm Ja RaheY HaIn waHan JaHan Dil kI hO QaDar ,,

BetheY RaHo tUm Apni AdaAeIn SamBhal kAr..

Aye dost teri aankh jo namm hai to mujhe kya,
Main khuub hansuunga tujhe gham hai to mujhe kya,
Ky

When we are happy...

We search the person- we love the most...
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"When we a

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Ankhon Main Wo Pehli Si Nadamat Nahi Rakhta...

Sharab Peeny De Masjid Me Beth Kar
Ya Wo Jagah Bata Jahan Khuda Nahi

Here lies a most beautiful lady,
Light of step and heart was she;
I think she was the most beaut

AGar Tu Waja Na Poche To AIk Bat Kahon, ,
Bin Tere AB Hum Se Bhi Jiya Nahi Jata, , ,

Then said Almitra, 'Speak to us of Love.'
And he raised his head and looked upon the people, and t

Koi jaage soye mujh mein
Meri raatein or mere din saare khoye usmein

Koi itna apna laage, mera n

Sar hi ab phorriye nadamat main,
Neend aane lagi hai furqat main,

Hain daleelen tere khilaaf mag

Wo Ada-e-Dilbari ho k
Nawa-e-Ashiqaana
Jo dilon ko fatah kar le
Wohi Fatih-e-Zamaana

Ye te

Bana gulab to kantay chubha gaya aik shakhs,
Hua chiragh to ghar hi jala gaya aik shakhs,

Tamam

Maqrooz ke bigrre huye halaat ki maanind,
Majboor ke honton pe sawalaat ki manind,
Dil ka teri cha

Rony Ki Saza Hai Na Rulany Ki Saza Hai
Ye Dard-E-Mohabbat Ko Nibhany Ki Saza Hai
Hansty Hain To Aa

Gulab Sary Madham Dikhai Dete Hain
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