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In You The Earth - Poem by Pablo Neruda

Little
rose,
roselet,
at times,
tiny and naked,
it seems
as though you would fit
in one of my hands,
as though I’ll clasp you like this
and carry you to my mouth,
but
suddenly
my feet touch your feet and my mouth your lips:
you have grown,
your shoulders rise like two hills,
your breasts wander over my breast,
my arm scarcely manages to encircle the thin
new-moon line of your waist:
in love you loosened yourself like sea water:
I can scarcely measure the sky’s most spacious eyes
and I lean down to your mouth to kiss the earth.
Pablo Neruda

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Sheher mein humdum puraaney bohat they Nasir,
Waqt parrne pe mere kaam na aaya koi..

Kissi harf main kissi baab main nahin aye ga,
Tera zikar meri kitaab main nahin aye ga,
Nahin jaye

'Tis better to be vile than vile esteemed,
When not to be receives reproach of being;
And the just

قید حیات و بند غم ، اصل میں دونوں ایک ہیں
موت سے پہلے آد

I stand in the advancing light,
my hands hungry, the world beautiful.

My eyes can't get enough o

Wo Bary Tajassus Sy Pooch Betha Mere Gham Ki Waja,
Mein Halka Sa Muskuraya Aur Kaha ‘Mohabbat Ki

Thy father all from thee, by his last will,
Gave to the poor ; thou hast good title still.
John D

dil o nigah pe tari rahe fusun us ka
tumhaara ho ke bhi mumkin hai main rahun us ka
zamin ki KHa

Ne Rubeam, Pingui donatus Munere
(Horace, Epistles II.i.267)
While you, great patron of mankind, s

Muhabbt Ki Tamna Hai To Phir Wo Vasf Peda Kr
Jahan Sy Ishq Chalta Hai Wahan Tk Naaam Peda Kr

Ag

apni sada ki gunj hi tujh ko Dara na de
ai dil tilism-e-gumbad-e-shab mein sada na de

diwar-e-

Hum tere hijar mein andar se bikhar jate hain,
Zinda lagte hain magar asal mein mar jate hain,
Jab

Har saal ki trah
baraf-bari ka mosam
iss saal bhi aay tha
faraq sirf itna tha
ke pichle bars hum

It was the Great Alexander,
Capped with a golden helm,
Sate in the ages, in his floating ship,

Itnay Bhi Nadaan Nahi Hain Hum

Hum ko Parhna Ataa Hai




Konsa Lehja Dil ki Dunya

Kons

chhat ki kaDiyan jaanch le diwar-o-dar ko dekh le
mujh ko apnane se pahle mere ghar ko dekh le
c

apna sara bojh zamin par phenk diya
tujh ko KHat likkha aur likh kar phenk diya
KHud ko sakin de

Taluqaat Mein Aisi Rawadari Bhi Na Ho ‘Mohsin’
Mile To Mil Lena, Bichre To Yaad Bhi Na Karna

Aik taaza nazm unwaan hai ''KURSI''

Boht hee zor say jhattkaa

KURSI ney pujaari ko

taaqat k

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

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