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How The Leopard Got His Spots - Poem by Rudyard Kipling

I am the Most Wise Baviaan, saying in Most wise tones,
"Let us melt into the landscape -- just us two by our lones."
People have come -- in a carriage -- calling. But Mummy is
there. . . .
Yes, I can go if you take me--Nurse says she don't care.
Let's go up to the pig-styes and sit on the farmyard rails!
Let's say things to the bunnies, and watch 'em skitter their tails!
Let's'-oh, anything, daddy, so long as it's you and me,
And going truly exploring, and not being in till tea!
Here's your boots (I've brought 'em), and here's your cap and stick,
And here's your pipe and tobacco. Oh, come along out of it -- quick!
Rudyard Kipling

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Roz taaron ki Numaish mein khalal parhta hy,
Chaand pagal hy andhery mein nikal parhta hy

Aik

Wo Ankhon Ankhon Me Bat Krna
Wo Baton Baton Me Rat Krna

Hansi Chupane Ko Lab K Aagy
Haseen K

Utha kar choom li hain chand murjhayi huyi kaliyan,
Na tum aye tou yoon jashn-e-baharan karliya men

Little soul, little perpetually undressed one,
Do now as I bid you, climb
The shelf-like branches

I ask for a moment's indulgence to sit by thy side. The works
that I have in hand I will finish af

Fitrat Ko Khurd Ke Ro Bar Ro Kar
Taskheer Maqam Rang O Bo Kar

Tu Apni Khudi Ko Kho Chuka Hai
Kh

Aye Maan Mujhe Neend Nahi Aati……
Mujhe Apni Aaghosh De Do
Mere Maathe Par Lab Mohabbat Rakh

Since Milo rallies sacred Writ,
To win the Title of a Wit;
'Tis pity but he shou'd obtain it,
Who

Har gharri na'jany Q
Aas paas Rehty ho
Tum ajeeb mosam ho
Buss udaas Rehty ho

Kuch bharam

Chott nayi hai lekin zakham purana hai,
Yeh chehra kitna jaana pehchaana hai,
Saari bassti chup ki

Shaam-e-Fursat Dhalay, Hum Nahi Chahatay,
Ghum Say Fursat Milay, Hum Nahi Chahatay.....

Phir Nay

tark-e-wada ki tark-e-KHwab tha wo
kaam sab ho chuka jo karna tha
bhar chuka jam-e-shart-e-wasl

The rattling ‘donkey’ ceases,
The bell says we must part,
You long slab of good-nature,
And p

Love is my sin, and thy dear virtue hate,
Hate of my sin, grounded on sinful loving,
O, but with m

Samander mein fana hona to qismat ki kahani hai.
Jo marty hein kinaron pe, mujhe dukh un pe hota h

Tum jis baat pe hanste ho main ro parta hoon,
Main jis baat pe rota hoon tum hanss dete ho,
Main j

Ki Muhammad(Pbuh) Se Wafa Tu Ne To Hum Tere Hain
Ye Jahan Cheez Hai Kya Loh-O-Qalam Tere Hain

Baat karni mujhe mushkil kabhi aesi to na thi,
Jaisi ab hai teri mehfil kabhi aisi to na thi,
Le g

Ghar jab bana liya tere dar par kahe baghair,
jaanega ab bhi tu na mera ghar kahe baghair.

Kehte

Shayad Muje Kisi Se Mohabat Nahi Hui

Lekin Yaqeen Sab Ko Dilata Raha Hun Mein

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