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Hymn To Physical Pain - Poem by Rudyard Kipling

Dread Mother of Forgetfulness
Who, when Thy reign begins,
Wipest away the Soul's distress,
And memory of her sins.

The trusty Worm that dieth not--
The steadfast Fire also,
By Thy contrivance are forgot
In a completer woe.

Thine are the lidless eyes of night
That stare upon our tears,
Through certain hours which in our sight
Exceed a thousand years:

Thine is the thickness of the Dark
That presses in our pain,
As Thine the Dawn that bids us mark
Life's grinning face again.

Thine is the weariness outworn
No promise shall relieve,
That says at eve, "Would God 'twere morn"
At morn, "Would God 'twere eve!"

And when Thy tender mercies cease
And life unvexed is due,
Instant upon the false release
The Worm and Fire renew.

Wherefore we praise Thee in the deep,
And on our beds we pray
For Thy return that Thou may'st keep
The Pains of Hell at bay!
Rudyard Kipling

Latest Urdu Poetry

Do not go gentle into that good night,
Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
Rage, rage a

Phryne had talents for mankind,
Open she was, and unconfin'd,
Like some free port of trade:
Merch

I.
To one fair lady out of Court,
And two fair ladies in,
Who think the Turk and Pope a sport,

Raatain Hain Udaas, Din Karry hain
Ay Dil Tere Honslay Baray Hain
Ay Yaad-e-Habib Sath Daina
Kuch

Wo to is soch me sahil pe khara doob gia,
Kitna gehra tere darya ka kinara ho ga,

Wo mera ho k b

kabhi wo hum pe jaan dia karti thi
jo kehtay they wo maan lia karti thi

kal anjaan ban kar paas

Bhar Jayen Ge Jab Zakham To Aaon Ga Dobara...

Mein Haar Gaya Jang Magar Dil Nahi Haara…

Chahen hain yeh hum bhi ke rahe paak mohabbat,
Par jis main yeh doori ho woh kya khaak mohabbat..

I burst into laughter
whenever I hear
that the fish is thirsty in water.

Without the knowledge

Karte nahin kuch, to kaam karna kya aye,
Jeete jee jaan se guzarnaa kya aaye,
Ro ro ke maut maangn

Na Khushi Ki Talash Hai Na Gham-e-Nijaat Ki Arzu

Main Khud Se Hi Naraz Hun Teri Narazgi K Baad...

Unhe main teri tamanna ka fun sikhata hoon,
Jo log teri tamanna se darne lagte hain..

Mein To Uss Ki Aaqabat Beeni Ka Kuch Qael Nahin
Jis Ne Afrangi Siasat Ko Kiya Yun Behijab

Sambhala Hai Hosh Jab Se Muqaddar Sakht Tar Nikla,,
Para Hai Vaasta Jis Se Wohi Teer-o-Tabar Nikla

Yaadon K Roop Main Tu Raha Saath Raat Bhar..

AyE Yaar Teray Itnay Taa'wun Ka Shukriya..

Mujhe Khud Ki Nahi Koi Khabar,
Teri Aarzu Kya Karoon?
Mein To Khud Hun Aik Be_Makeen,
Teri Justuj

Tumhain Chaahat Se Rakhain Ge Ye Wada Raha Tum Se.
Ik Bar Bas Jana Ye Nazrain Tu Milao Hum Se.

fikr-e-dildari-e-gulzar karun ya na karun
zikr-e-murghan-e-giraftar karun ya na karun
qissa-e-sa

Following are several translations
of the 'Old Pond' poem, which may be
the most famous of all hai

Meri Bahon Mai Behakne Ki Saza Bi Sun Le

Ab Bohat Dair Mai Azad Karon Ga Tuj Ko

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