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Not Ideas About The Thing But The Thing Itself - Poem by Wallace Stevens

At the earliest ending of winter,
In March, a scrawny cry from outside
Seemed like a sound in his mind.

He knew that he heard it,
A bird's cry, at daylight or before,
In the early March wind.

The sun was rising at six,
No longer a battered panache above snow...
It would have been outside.

It was not from the vast ventriloquism
Of sleep's faded papier-mache...
The sun was coming from the outside.

That scrawny cry--It was
A chorister whose c preceded the choir.
It was part of the colossal sun,

Surrounded by its choral rings,
Still far away. It was like
A new knowledge of reality.
Wallace Stevens

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قلم اٹھتا ہے تو سوچیں بدل جاتی ہیں
اک شخص کی محنت سے مل

ab k soch rakha hai yun eid manaon ga
dard se dil tanhaiyun se ghar sajaon ga

log hain muntazi

Unki galiyoon se jab guzre to manzar ajeeb tha,
Dard tha magar wo dil ke kareeb tha,,,



Jise

Jab yaar ne rakht E safar baandha kab zabt ka yaara us din tha

Har dard ne dil ko sehlaayaa!! ky

A little leaf just in the forest's edge,
All summer long, had listened to the wooing
Of amorous b

اسے کیسے میں لکھوں گی میں
میں بےبس ہوں
کہاں سے لفظ وہ ل

Zindagi Itni Dukhi Nahi Ke Marne Ko Jee Chahe, ,
Bus Dunya Walon Ne Itne Dukh Diye Ke Jeene Ka Dil

Thaki Tooti Hoi
Neendon K DarmiYan Aksar.

Bohat Chupke Se Jag Uthati Hai Teri Yaad...!!

At low tide like this how sheer the water is.
White, crumbling ribs of marl protrude and glare
and

Ajab Apna Haal Hota Jo Visaal-E-Yaar Hota
Kabhi Jaan Sadqe Hoti Kabhi Dil Nisaar Hota
Na Mazaa Hai

Tu Nazuk Mager,
Tere Hosle Buland,
Tu Fikr-e-Iqbal Ki Tafseer,
Tu Naara-e-Taqbeer,
Teri Sooc

Han Jabh Faisla Kar Laita Hun
Phr Dil Ki Bee Kahaa Sunta Hun
Mosam Tu Kehta Hay Ban Gya Dastaan Hu

WE WANT the man who will lead the van,
The man who will pioneer.
We have no use for the gentleman,

A man, infirm
With age, slowly sucks
A fish bone.
Matsuo Basho

Wo Sooye Ittefaaq Aa Mile The Hum Se,

Hum Nadaan Samjhe Hamari Dua’on Mein Asar Hai…

Jo Guzari Na Ja Sake Ham Se

Ham Ne Wo Zindagi Guzari Hai

Give me the flute, and sing
immortality lies in a song
and even after we've perished
the flute co

kitne nadaan thy toufan ko kinara samjha
kitne bejan saharon ko sahara samjha,

kitnay anjaan thy

Tujhe Mohabat krna nhi Aata...
Mujhe Muhabat k siwa kuch nhi Aata...

ZindGI GuZarne k do hi Ta

Hum ishq ke maron ka bas itna hi fasana hai,
Rone ko nahin koi, hansne ko zamana hai..

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