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It Must Give Pleasure - Poem by Wallace Stevens

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To sing jubilas at exact, accustomed times,
To be crested and wear the mane of a multitude
And so, as part, to exult with its great throat,


To speak of joy and to sing of it, borne on
The shoulders of joyous men, to feel the heart
That is the common, the bravest fundament,


This is a facile exercise. Jerome
Begat the tubas and the fire-wind strings,
The golden fingers picking dark-blue air:


For companies of voices moving there,
To find of sound the bleakest ancestor,
To find of light a music issuing


Whereon it falls in more than sensual mode.
But the difficultest rigor is forthwith,
On the image of what we see, to catch from that


Irrational moment its unreasoning,
As when the sun comes rising, when the sea
Clears deeply, when the moon hangs on the wall


Of heaven-haven. These are not things transformed.
Yet we are shaken by them as if they were.
We reason about them with a later reason.
Wallace Stevens

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Sar-e-mehfil eman ka soda hote hoe daikha
Insan ko hewan bante hoe daikha
Nahin hai yaad abb hum k

Jo Roshani Me Khare Hain Wo Jante Hi Nahi

Hawa Chale To Chiraghon Ki Zindagi Kya Hai...

Safar main dhoop to hogi jo chal sako to chalo,
Sabhi hain bheerr main tum bhi nikal sako to chalo,

Ashk Girtey Hain meri Sans sanbhal Jati Hai
De K Ek Dard Naya Shaam nikal Jati Hai

Tujh Ko dekho

Khushiyo Ki Shaam Or Yaado Ka Ye SamaaN
Apni Palko Pe Hargiz Sitaray Na Laayen Ge
Rakhna Sanbhaal

One would be in less danger
From the wiles of a stranger
If one's own kin and kith
Were more fun

Main akela hi chala tha janib-e-manzil magar,
Log saath atay gaye aur kaarvaan bantaa geya..

Hum nahin kehte hamari, teri dunya ho jaye,
Itne rangon mein koi rang to apna ho jaye,
Ishq woh

Nigaahon Me Abhi Tak Dusra Chehra Nahi Aaya

Bharosa Hi Kuch Aisa Hai Un k Loat Aany Ka...

raste jis taraf bulate hain
hum usi samt chalte jate hain
roz jate hain apne KHwabon tak
roz c

Kash Main Tere Haseen Haath Ka Kangan Hota
Tu Bare Piyar Say Chaao Sey Bare Maan Ke Sath

Apni Na

Unhe Jo Naaz Hai Khud Par, Nahi Hai Bewaja Mohsin
K Jis Ko Hum Ne Chaha Ho, Wo Khud Ko Aam Kiun Sam

A Person Who Laughs More

And

Makes Others Laugh

Would Be Having

A Thunder Storm Sadness

Mere chehre pe ghazal likhti gayin

Sher kehti howi ankhen uski

I need to make myself busy
so I can forget
that
I'm deeply hurt and broke.

Jo Likhon to nok Qalam pay tum Jo Parhon to Nok Zabaa pay tum

Tery Sath sath nikhar gya mera zooq

As I mused by the hearthside,
Puss said to me;
'there burns the fire , man,
and here sit we.

F

Khuda Ny Chaha to Tum zar0or Jeet0 Gy

HalQa_e_ BeWafai MeiN tumhari Hi Dho0m Dham Hai..!!!

Sar jhukao ge to pathar devta ho jaye ga
Itna mat chaho usse woh bewafa ho jaye ga,
Hum bhi dariya

Umar bhar hum rahe sharaabi se,
dil-e-pur-khoon ki ek gulaabi se.

Jee dhaha jaaye hai sehar se a

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