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Love Poem - Poem by Louise Gluck

There is always something to be made of pain.
Your mother knits.
She turns out scarves in every shade of red.
They were for Christmas, and they kept you warm
while she married over and over, taking you
along. How could it work,
when all those years she stored her widowed heart
as though the dead come back.
No wonder you are the way you are,
afraid of blood, your women
like one brick wall after another.
Louise Gluck

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Kisey Pukarain Hum Is Hujoom E Gham Main
Ke Sub Hi Hamaray Aazamaye Huay Hain

Tum Hi Ne Humain

Na hamsukhan se, na maiN hamzabaaN se poochhooNga

MaiN apnay ghar ka pataa laamakaaN se poochhoo

Ab is shauq se ke jaan se guzar jana chahiye,
Bol ae havaa-e-sheher kidhar jana chahiye,
Kab tak i

Your lungs fill & spread themselves,
wings of pink blood, and your bones
empty themselves and beco

Ladkiyaan Bewafaa nahi hoti...!
Wo to majborioon mein lipti hain...!

Apne shiddat bhare khyalon

Ragon Me Daudne Firney Ke Ham Nahi Qayal

Jab Aankh Se He Na Tapka To Lahoon Kya

Mere dil me chope hoe raaz mangati hai
Wo pagali ! mujh se meri jaan mangati hai
Rakhtati hai hasa

Dard kia hota hai batayein Gay kisi roz
Kamal ki Ghazal tum ko sunayein Gay kisi roz

Thi un ki z

Phir woh campus ki fiza ho, shaam ho,
Hath hathon mein tera ho, shaam ho,
Khauf ata hai mujhe us w

SICKNESS brought me this
Thought, in that scale of his:
Why should I be dismayed
Though flame had

aik dia dil main jalana bhi, bujha bhi daina,
Yaad karna bhi usey roo, bhula bhi daina,

Kia kaho

All day I tried to distinguish
need from desire. Now, in the dark,
I feel only bitter sadness fo

Khawb ki tarah bikhar jaane ko jee chahta hai,
Aesi tanhayi ke mar jaane ko jee chahta hai,
Ghar k

Phir Neend se jag kar idhr udhar dhondta hon tumhain

Kun k khwab main itny qareeb chaly aaty ho.

Mukammal Mere Hojao Ya Phir Mukammal Mujhe Chor Do...!!

Tumhen Pana, Tumhen Khona, Tumhen Phir S

The king towart the wod is gane
Wery forswayt and will of wane
Intill the wod sone entryt he
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Cheen-o-Arab hamara, Hindustan hamara
Muslim main hum, watan hai sara jahan hamara

Tauheed ki am

Kitnay gharoor mai hai Wo mujhe tanha chor k "saqi"
unhein maloom nahi meray Aansu mujhe tanha hona

My tears are like the quiet drift
Of petals from some magic rose;
And all my grief flows from the

Jab se begum ne mujhe murgha bana rakha hai,
Main ne nazron ki tarhan sir bhi jhuka rakha hai,

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