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O Lord Increate, Who Will Serve Thee? - Poem by Kabir

O lord Increate, who will serve Thee?
Every votary offers his worship to the God of his own creation:
each day he receives service-
None seek Him, the Perfect:
Brahma, the Indivisible Lord.
They believe in ten Avatars;
but no Avatar can be the Infinite Spirit,
for he suffers the results of his deeds:
The Supreme One must be other than this.

The Yogi, the Sanyasi,
the Ascetics, are disputing one with another:

Kabîr says, 'O brother! he who has seen that radiance of love,
he is saved.'
Kabir

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Mar jaon '''' Shayad "" kuch dinon tak ______
Ek Shakhas jala raha Hai Dil Roz Thora Thora

Apno Ne Bhi Na Socha Ke Ujronga To Kahan Jaonga MOHSIN

Aashayana Jin Ka Na Ho Wo Prinday AKsar Ma

Ankh chup ho to Kuch batayen hum
Howa kya haal tere baad apna

آنکھ چپ ہو تو کچھ ب

Hum Fakeer Log Hain Hamen Gharz Se Kya Gharz, 'Mohsin'
Jahan Thori Muhabbat Milti Hai Unhi K Mureed

It Is Sad
When You Realize
You Are Not As Important
To Someone
As They Are To You!

Choom leti hain latak kar kabhi chehra kbhi lab
Tm ne zulfon ko bohat sir pe chara rakha hy

Ch

One would be in less danger
From the wiles of a stranger
If one's own kin and kith
Were more fun

Ye Mere Charon Taraf Kis Liye Ujala Hai
Tera Khayal Hai Ya Din Nikalne Wala Hai...

Dasny Lagy Hain Khawab Magr Kis Se Boliey
Janti The Paal Rahi Hon Sapoliey!

Bas Ye Hova K Us Ne

In the other gardens
And all up the vale,
From the autumn bonfires
See the smoke trail!

Pl

Who will believe my verse in time to come
If it were filled with your most high deserts?
Though ye

ada se dekh lo jata rahe gila dil ka
bas ek nigah pe Thera hai faisla dil ka
wo zulm karte hain

میں خرد مند رہوں یا تیرا وحشی ہو جاوں
جو بھی ہونا ہے مجھ

Wen de snow 's a-fallin'
An' de win' is col'.
Mammy 'mence a-callin',
Den she 'mence to scol',
'

Ishq main ghairat-e-jazbaat ne ronay na diya,
Warna kya baat thi kis baat ne ronay na diya,
Ap keh

Bus Sun Kar Mera Lehja Wo Samjhta Hai Sub Acha

Muddat Hui Us Ne Meri Aankhen Nahi Dekhin...

Love is not all: it is not meat nor drink
Nor slumber nor a roof against the rain;
Nor yet a floa

Yeh ajab qayamaten hain teri rahguzar main guzaari,
Na ho ke mar mittain hum, na ho ke jee uthain h

Women ben full of Ragerie,
Yet swinken not sans secresie.
Thilke Moral shall ye understond,
From

Shor na kar dharkan Zara Tham ja kuch pal keliye

Bari mushkil se meri ankhon mai ik khawab aaya h

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