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Morning After - Poem by Langston Hughes

I was so sick last night I
Didn’t hardly know my mind.
So sick last night I
Didn’t know my mind.
I drunk some bad licker that
Almost made me blind.


Had a dream last night I
Thought I was in hell.
I drempt last night I
Thought I was in hell.
Woke up and looked around me—
Babe, your mouth was open like a well.


I said, Baby! Baby!
Please don’t snore so loud.
Baby! Please!
Please don’t snore so loud.
You jest a little bit o’ woman but you
Sound like a great big crowd.
Langston Hughes

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Kisi mulk ki nigraan hakomat ki tara

kuch din tery dill py main ny bhi hakomat ki hai

apni yadein sawarne k liye
tujh ko apna pokarne k liye

kash bachpan k din loat aayein
chend ei

Izaat do lekin itne izaat

Bhi na do kay apni izaat

Rishwat Bhi Nahi Leta Kambakht JaaN ChorNe ki,

Ye Tera ISHQ MuJHe BoHat EmaaN-Dar LaGta Hai..

Mat Poch K Aaj Kitney Akely Hen Ham...

Aj Rony Ko Dil kiya To Aanso0 Bhi Ham Se Roth Gae.

عشق کی تقویم میں عصر رواں کے سوا
اور زمانے بھی ہیں جن کا

Mera andar gawahi deta hai
Jo bhi bahir hai jhoot hai sara

میرا اندر گواہی

Kitaab Kab Tak Rahe Gi Saada, Kabhi To Aaghaz-E-Baab HoGa,
Jinhun Ne Basti Ujaar Dali, Kabhi To Un

Wasi Shah

Ek Teri Khamoshi Jala Deti Hai Mere Dil Ko

~~ Wasi ~~

Baki Sub Bateen Achi H

Tumhain Chaahat Se Rakhain Ge Ye Wada Raha Tum Se.
Ik Bar Bas Jana Ye Nazrain Tu Milao Hum Se.

MujhY Zamant Do Sachi Mohabbat Ki..

Suna Hai LoG Apna AaDi Bana K Chorr DetaY Hain..

Main usay kaise aikaila chor don is rah main
sath jo chalta raha majboriyon k baad bhi.

ban k kh

مزہ ملے کہو کیا خاک ساتھ سونے کا ؟
رکھے جو بیچ میں وہ شو

Teri yad ko seene se laga kar roye,
Hum tasuwar mai tujhe pas betha kar roye,
Tujhko so bar pukara

Main Aksar Usy Kehta Houn Tum Shor Bohat Machati Ho..!!

Ph¡R Wo Mujh Se Kehti Hai Jub Kalai Mer

Khud Se Na Door Ki Jiye Mar Jaungi Hazoor
Mujrim Hun Pas Rakh K Saza Di Jiye Mujhe...

Yahi bahot hai k to ne palat k daikh lia,
Ye lutaf bhi meri umeed se ziada hai.

Kaise Yaqeen Karlen Is DUnya Ke Logon Par, ,
Jis Par Aitebar Tha Usne Bharosa Torr Diya, ,
Jis Ko

Suna hy chand nikle ga,
Suna hy eid bhi hogi,
Humein to aasman pe door tak,
Kuch bhi nahi dikha t

Dil mein hum aik hi jazbe ko samoyen kese,
Ab tujhe paa ke yeh uljhan hai ke khoyen kese,
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