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What thoughts I have of you tonight, Walt Whitman, for I walked down the
streets under the trees wi

in phoolon ka muqadr kabi aik sa ni hota faraz
kabi sehrayki sajawat benta hian tu kabi qabrion ki

Bhala gardish e Falak falak chain deti hai kisay Ansha !
Ghaneemat hai kah hum soorat yahan do chaa

Dedication
These to His Memory--since he held them dear,
Perchance as finding there unconsciousl

Kisi ki aas ban kar phir usay tanha nahi kartay
bhalay kitni bhi mushkil ho magar aisa nahi kartay

Mita De Apni Hasti Ko Agar Khuch Mrtaba Chahee
Ke Dana Khak Me Milkar Gul O Gulzar Banta Hea

Sahaab Tha K Sitaara, Guraiz Pa Hi Laga
Wo Apni Zaat K Har Rang Me Hawa Hi Laga

Me aisy Shakhs

NOW in the sky
And on the hearth of
Now in a drawer the direful cane,
That sceptre of the . . . r

ALONG the grass sweet airs are blown
Our way this day in Spring.
Of all the songs that we have kno

Unki galiyoon se jab guzre to manzar ajeeb tha,
Dard tha magar wo dil ke kareeb tha,,,



Jise

Tu mujhe apna bana ya na bana teri khushi,
Tu zamaane main mere naam se badnaam to hai..

I live only here, between your eyes and you,
But I live in your world. What do I do?
--Collect n

Qadam Qadam Pe Nya Marhala Tha Mein Kiya Krta,
Taveel Hota Gya Fasla Mein Kiya Krta.

Har Shakhs

Waarasta uss se hain ki mohabbat hi kyon na ho,
keeje humare saath adaawat hi kyon na ho.

Chhoda

O THOU, in whom we live and move—
Who made the sea and shore;
Thy goodness constantly we prove,

As the Sun withdrew his rays from the garden, and the moon threw cushioned beams upon the flowers, I

Teri Kalaai Eid Ki Shabb Tujh Se Puchy Gi,,,

Woh Ab Tak Chooriyan Le Kar Na Jany Kyun Nahi Aaya,,

Kaam sab ghair-zaroori hain jo sab karte hain,
Aur hum kuch nahin karte hain ghazzab karte hain,
A

Cruelty has a human heart,
And Jealousy a human face;
Terror the human form divine,
And Secresy t

Bahar bhi ab andar jaisa sannaata hai,
dariya ke us paar bhi gehra sannaata hai.

Shor thame toh

Urdu Poetry

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