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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

Not marble nor the gilded monuments
Of princes shall outlive this powerful rhyme;
But you shall sh

Kiya Lutf EID Hai Jo Agar Tum Se Door Hoon ,,

Guzre Ga Roz-e-EID Tassawur Main Aap K ..!!

Tujhe kya khabar mere humsafar
Main bikhar gaya kidhar kidhar

Jo ho sake mujhe phir bana
Meri

Baat karni thi baat kaun kare,
Dard se do do haath kaun kare,
Hum sitaare tumhen bulaate hain,
Ch

Woh mujhe bhool bhi to sakta Hai !!
Main uska Emaan to nahin hon na !!
:'(
Poet ~~~~
Murad khan

Knowing you might some day come
and how unprepared I’ve always
been
like Mr. Sloppy
in Charles

We are born with dreams in our hearts,
looking for better days ahead.
At the gates we are given ne

Wo Aadat Hai To Aadat Se Kinara Ho Bhi Sakta Hai
Magar Is Sari Koshish Mein Khasara Ho Bhi Sakta H

In most self-portraits it is the face that dominates:
Cezanne is a pair of eyes swimming in brushst

Tumhaare paas hoon per jo doori hai samjhta hoon
Tumhaare bin meri hassti adhoori hai samjhta hoon

To main bhi khush hon koi us se ja ke keh dena,
Agar woh khush hai mujhe be-qaraar karte huye,
Tum

my head foaming clouds, sea inside me and out
I am a walnut tree in Gulhane Park
an old walnut,

Complacencies of the peignoir, and late
Coffee and oranges in a sunny chair,
And the green freedom

Wo aisa to nahin tha k mujhay akaila chhor kar chala jata.!!!

Wasi

!!! Aaya ho ga zaroor us ki

Usne mujh chor dia to kia hua Faraz
Mane bhi to chora tha sara jahan us k liye

Ary Dekho Hum Deewano Ko,
Na Deen K Na Dun¡ya K,,,
Ay Ishq Tu To Sha¡tan Se ßh¡ ßara Shaìt

Halat-e-haal ke sabab halat-e-haal hi gayi,
Shauq main kuch nahin geya shauq ki zindagi gayi,

Te

میری زندگی کا قصّہ تمام آپ ہو ابّو
میری زندگی کا دوسرا

Agar iss khel me ab woh bhi shamil hone wala hai,
To apnaa kaam pehle se bhi mushkil hone wala hai,

Tum Na Hansty To Na Hansta Ye Zamana Mujh Par

Hosla Tum Ne Barhaya Hai Tamashai Ka...

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