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"Nature" Is What We See - Poem by Emily Dickinson

"Nature" is what we see—
The Hill—the Afternoon—
Squirrel—Eclipse— the Bumble bee—
Nay—Nature is Heaven—
Nature is what we hear—
The Bobolink—the Sea—
Thunder—the Cricket—
Nay—Nature is Harmony—
Nature is what we know—
Yet have no art to say—
So impotent Our Wisdom is
To her Simplicity.
Emily Dickinson

Latest Urdu Poetry

Vaikh Bandeya!

Aasmana Te Urdy Panchi

Vaikh Te Sahi Ki Karde Ne

Na O Karde Rizq Zakheera

Yeh na thee hamari Qismat K wisaal E yaar hota
Agar aur jeete rahtay, yehi intezaar hota


Tere

KHud ko hujum-e-dahr mein khona paDa mujhe
jaise the log waisa hi hona paDa mujhe
dushman ko mar

Kuch shikwey aise they saahib

Jo khud he kiye aur khud he suney

The lover's footprint in the sand
the ten-year-old kid's bare feet
in the mud picking chili for ri

Dukh Dard Si Mere Muqadran Vich
Main Shikwa Kar K Ki Karda?
Jadon Jeena Aaya Menu Nai
Main Mout V


پرانی تصویروں میں آپ بہت پیارے لگ رہے ہیں
اِن تصویروں

Shaam-e-firaaq ab na puuch aayi aur aa ke ttal gayi,
Dil tha ke phir behhal geya jaan thi ke phir s

Baithe The Aankh Ponch K Daaman Nichor K,

Ab Kya Karen K Phir Se Koi Yaad Aa Gaya...

Hazaron Gham Zamane Ke Dara Mujh Ko Nahi Sakte,
Bohat Mazboot Hun Mein Bhi Rula Mujh Ko Nahi Sakte

Jis Dil Wich Sajan Was Jaiye

Us Dil Te Zulam Kamai Da Nai

Jadon Pyar Kise Nal Pa Laiye

Ohnu

Baki Hum Ehl_e_Dil Se Ye Duniya Bhe Khush Nahe..

Jaen Kahaan Keh Sir Peh Falak Uss Tarf Bhe Ha..

I hang on the edge
of this universe
singing off-key
talking too loud
embracing myself
to c

The roaring alongside he takes for granted,
and that every so often the world is bound to shake.
H

Aaj yaaron ko mubarak ho ke subh-e eid hai,
Raag hai mai hai chaman hai dilruba hai deed hai,
Dil

I am still standing on same spot,
Where you left my heart to rot,

At first i thought i'd make it

DEIGN, Prince, my tribute to receive,
This lyric offering to your name,
Who round your jewelled

"Bathed in fragrance,
do not brush your hat;
Washed in perfume,
do not shake your coat:

"Knowi

Me Apne Aap Se Barh Ker Kissi Ko Kio Chahon ga!
Mujhhi Pe Khatam Hai Kissa Meri Muhabbat Ka!

Saza dena mujhe bhe ata hai par

Dil o Dimagh me khuda ka khoof ata he

Urdu Poetry

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