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Hope Is The Thing With Feathers - Poem by Emily Dickinson

'Hope' is the thing with feathers—
That perches in the soul—
And sings the tune without the words—
And never stops—at all—

And sweetest—in the Gale—is heard—
And sore must be the storm—
That could abash the little Bird
That kept so many warm—

I've heard it in the chillest land—
And on the strangest Sea—
Yet, never, in Extremity,
It asked a crumb—of Me.
Emily Dickinson

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Zara Si Der Ko Aye The Khwab Ankhon Mein
Phir Us K Bad Musalsal Azab Ankhon Mein

Wo Jis K Nam Ki

Yeh na thee hamari Qismat K wisaal E yaar hota
Agar aur jeete rahtay, yehi intezaar hota


Tere

Chalo ki hum bujhe bujhe se ghar ka marsiya kahen,
woh chaand toh utar gaya haweliyon ki aut mein

KOI TO HOTA....
mai jis k dil ki kitaab benta
mai jis ki chahet ka khawab benta
mai hijr k mosem

Jaam Pe Jaam Peny Se Kya Faida
Raat Guzri To Utar Jaye Gi

Peena Hai To Kisi Ki Ankhon Se Pi
Ume

Pass Rah Kar Judai Ki Tuj Se

Dor Ho Kar Tuje Talash Kia

Mein Ne Tera Nishan Gum Kar Ke

Apne

Apni haatir jage ho, soye ho,
Apni haatir hanse ho, soye ho,
Kis liye, Aaj khoye khoye ho,
Tum ne

Allah Se Kare Dor Tu Taleem Bi Fitna
Imlak Bi Aulad Bi Jager Bi Fitna
Nahaq Ke Liye Uthe Tu Shamsh

Apni taqdeer bana, Mera Muqaddar na badal...

Loog Toofan utha den gey Mere Sath na Chal...

Aanay main sadaaa dair lagaate hi rahe tum,
Jaatay rahe hum jaan se, aatay hi rahe tum..

The king towart the wod is gane
Wery forswayt and will of wane
Intill the wod sone entryt he
A

Nazar_e_Bad se Bachna hai to Kahi Aur Chale Jaa,

Main Tujhy Daikhta Hoon To Palkhein Jhapakta Hi

Wahshatein barhti gayiN hijr ke aazaar ke saath
Ab to hum baat bhi karte nahi Ghamkhaar ke saath

Rat gehri hai dar bhi saktey hain
Hum jo kehtey hain kar bhi saktey hain

Aap jo roothey to itna

Her Koi Ro K Dikhaye Ye Zaruri To Nahi

Khushk Ankhon Me Bhi Sailaab Hua Karte Hain...

itna aasaan nahi hai sheher e mohabbat ka pata,,

khud bhatak jaty hein yahan raah batany waly

Wo kehta rehta hai barri majborian hain waqt ki...
Saaf lafzon mein wo khud ko Bewafa nahi kehta..

Dil to kehta hai Usey laut k aana hai yahin

Ye Dilasa mujhe Pagal nhi hone deta.!

From Child's Garden of Verses

I have a little shadow that goes in and out with me,
And what can

Israar tha unhe ke bhulaa dijiye zafar,
Hum ne bhula dia to woh is pr bhi khush nahin..

Urdu Poetry

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