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"Heaven"—Is What I Cannot Reach! - Poem by Emily Dickinson

"Heaven"—is what I cannot reach!
The Apple on the Tree—
Provided it do hopeless—hang—
That—"He aven" is—to Me!

The Color, on the Cruising Cloud—
The interdicted Land—
Behind the Hill—the House behind—
There—Paradise—is found!

Her teasing Purples—Afternoons—
The credulous—decoy—
Enamored—of the Conjuror—
That spurned us—Yesterday!
Emily Dickinson

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Ranjish hi sahi dil hi dukhany k liye aa
aa phir e mjhy chor k jany k liye aa
pehly se marasim na

THUS they, with freaks of proud delight,
Beguile the remnant of the night;
And many a snatch of jo

Anaa parast hai itnaa ke baat se pehle,
Woh uth ke band meri har kitab karde ga,
Main sach kahoon

Torh Uss Ka Rumatul Kubra Ke Aewanon Mein Dekh
Aal-e-Ceaser Ko Dikhaya Hum Ne Phir Ceaser Ka Khawab

Aur bhi dukh hain zamany mainmohabat k siwa
mane tumse hi nahi sab se mohabt ki hai

I MIND the days when ladies fair
Helped on my overcoat,
And tucked the silken handkerchief
About

Miltee Hai Khoo-E-Yaar Se Naar Iltihaab Mein
Kaafir Hoon Gar Na Miltee Ho Raahat 'Azaab Mein

Kab

dana-e-gandum-e-bedar uThane laga hun
KHak hun KHak ka aazar uThane laga hun
kurra-e-hijr se hon

Kismat do pal mein badal sakta he INSAN,
Per jo INSAN ko badal de wo kismat nahin hoti,

Apni kis

He thought he saw an Elephant
That practised on a fife:
He looked again, and found it was
A lette

Jab kisi se koi gilaa rakhna,
Samne apne aayina rakhna,
Yuun ujaalon se waasta rakhna,
Shamaa ke

Dard kia hota hai btayein gein kisi roz
Kamal ki ghazal tum ko sunaein gein kisi roz

Thi unki zi

aap kyun baiThe hain ghusse mein meri jaan bhare
ye to farmaiye kya zulf ne kuchh kan bhare
jaan

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

Ranj-e-bekaifi-e-hayaat nahi.
Aap khush hain tu koi baat nahi.

Sochiye tu hazaar baaten hain.

Zindagi Wohi Thi Jo Teri Mehfil Main Guzar Di, ,
AB To Faqat Jeene Ki Rasam Ada Kar Rahe Hain, , ,

Mother, I shall weave a chain of pearls for thy neck
with my tears of sorrow.

The stars have w

Rise, brothers, rise; the wakening skies pray to the morning light,
The wind lies asleep in the ar

Ab to un ki yaad bhi aati nahin,
Kitni tanha ho gayin tanhaayiyan..

Bata to sahi teri be rukhi ka sabab kia hai
Salon ki nafraton me bhi akhir rakha kia hai
Juda ho k

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