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In Back Of The Real - Poem by Allen Ginsberg

railroad yard in San Jose
I wandered desolate
in front of a tank factory
and sat on a bench
near the switchman's shack.

A flower lay on the hay on
the asphalt highway
--the dread hay flower
I thought--It had a
brittle black stem and
corolla of yellowish dirty
spikes like Jesus' inchlong
crown, and a soiled
dry center cotton tuft
like a used shaving brush
that's been lying under
the garage for a year.

Yellow, yellow flower, and
flower of industry,
tough spiky ugly flower,
flower nonetheless,
with the form of the great yellow
Rose in your brain!
This is the flower of the World.
Allen Ginsberg

Latest Urdu Poetry

Zindagi Hai Mukhtasir, Khawahishen Behisab Rakhti Hun
Jo Tanz Kare Mujh Pe, Faslay Darmiyan Rakhti

Itna dushwar nahin maut ko taley rakhna
Sar jo kat jaye to dastar sambhaley rakhna
Chot khana, mag

When night comes black
Such royal dreams beckon this man
As lift him apart
From his earth-wife's

Khille hain phool ke suurat tere visaal ke din,
Tere jamaal ki raaten tere khayaal ke din,
Nafas n

Na Hawas Us K Jism Ki
Na Shoq Us Ki Izzat Ka

Be-Matlabi Sa Banda Hun
Us Ki Sadgi Pe Marta Hun..

Na shaaor mein jawani, na khayal mein rawani
Koi sun ke kya karega meri dukh bhari kahani
Na zawaa

Log toot jaate hain eik ghar banaane main,
Tum taras nahin khaate bastiyanjalaane main
Aur jaam to

Haar Betha Hun Sub Kuch

Inhi Do Chaar Saalon Mein...

Kal chodhween ki raat thi, shab bhar raha charcha tera,
Kuch ne kaha yeh chaand hai, Kuch ne kaha c

Jub yad ka album kholon to,
Kuch log bohut yad ate hain,

Main guzre dinon ka sochon to,
Kuch lo

Acceptance - Poem by Robert Frost
When the spent sun throws up its rays on cloud
And goes down bur

Gardish-e-Waqt Se Ghabra K Nahi Aya Hun
Kuch Bat Hai Jo Lai Hai Maikhany Tak

Gardish-e-Waqt Ko J

Kia Zaroori Hai Ke Hum Haar Ke Jeetien Tabish
Ishq Ka Khel Baraber Bhi To Ho Sakta Hai,,,

وصی
نہ رکھ اُمید وفا کسی پرندے سے وصی
زراپرنکل آئیں اپ

The earth and sky were unknown worlds to me
Only the expanse of mother's bosom was a world to me

Ab k wo milay ga t0 ye iltija karon ga..!!

Bin apne Jeeney ka koi andaaz to sikhaya hota...!!

Faint as a climate-changing bird that flies
All night across the darkness, and at dawn
Falls on th

Blow, blow, thou winter wind
Thou art not so unkind
As man's ingratitude;
Thy tooth is not so

Bahaar tham, abhi jashn-E-bahaar baqi hai
Rubaru gul hai, par deedar-E-yaar baqi hai

Hazaar sa

Ye Udaas Udaas Phirna Ye Kisi Se Bhi Na Milna
Yunhi Be-Sabab Nahi Hai Koi Saniha To Hoga...

Urdu Poetry

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