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Last Night I Dreamed Of Chickens - Poem by Jack Prelutsky

Last night I dreamed of chickens,
there were chickens everywhere,
they were standing on my stomach,
they were nesting in my hair,
they were pecking at my pillow,
they were hopping on my head,
they were ruffling up their feathers
as they raced about my bed.

They were on the chairs and tables,
they were on the chandeliers,
they were roosting in the corners,
they were clucking in my ears,
there were chickens, chickens, chickens
for as far as I could see...
when I woke today, I noticed
there were eggs on top of me.
Jack Prelutsky

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Sukhan mein rang tumhare khyaal hi ke to haiN
Ye sab karishmay, hawaaye visaal hi ke to haiN

Kah

Zara Yaad Kar
Mere Humnafas
Mera dil jo tum pe nisar tha.

Wo dara dara sa jo piyar tha
Tere sh

Mene kab chaha k wo zindagee mere name kare,
Bas mujhe chahe itna sa mera kam kare,

Har roz kuch

Ab Ke Hum Bichre To Shayad Kabhi Khwaabon Mein Milain
Jis Tarah Sukhe Huye Phool Kitabon Mein Milai

Jin K Yaar Bichrray Hoon Un Ka Sukoon Say Kiya Talluq..
Un Ki Aankhoon Mein Neend Nahi Sirf Aansu

To Henry St. John, Lord Bolingbroke
Awake, my St. John! leave all meaner things
To low ambition,

Rasty ke jis diye ko samajhty thy hum haqeer
wo dia ghar tak pohonchny ka bahana ban gya

Roshni aur baharain tumhi rakh lo jana,
Mere jugnu mere mausam wapis kar do,
Meri hasrat, meri meh

To change the world enough
you must cease to be afraid
of the poor.
We experience your fear as th

Tum meri aankh ke taiwar na bhula pao ge,

An_kehi baat ko samjho ge to yaad aaon ga...!

By: Wa

Woh tujh ko bhoole hain to tujh pe bhi laazim hai

Dar to mujhe kiska hai k main kuch nahin kahta
par hal ye afshan hai k main kuch nahin kahta
naseh

TUM AiSA KARNA !
koi Jugnu ,
koi Sitara ,
sambhal rakhna!

Mery andheron ki fikar choro,

Shaam se aankh main nami si hai,
Aaj phir aap ki kammi si hai..

Mere Baad AhL_E_DiL Ki Sabhi MehFiL0n Main Jaa Ke....

Meri Shaayeri Larrey Gi, Mere Dil ky Kh00n

Udaas Karna To Reet Thehri December Ki

Magr Wo Is Bar Zara Ada-Kaari Kar Gaya

Tarapty Laashy U

KOI TO HOTA....
mai jis k dil ki kitaab benta
mai jis ki chahet ka khawab benta
mai hijr k mosem

All the birds have flown up and gone;
A lonely cloud floats leisurely by.
We never tire of lookin

Gilley hain hazaron ke badle ho kyon tum,
Magar ab karain kyon gillaa ajnabi se,
Azal hai neendain

Kuch khamoshiaan aisi hoti Hain
Jo smaaetoon k pardey phaar deti hain !!

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