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Occasion'D By Seeing Some Verses Written By Mrs. Constantia Grierson, Upon The Death Of Her Son. - Poem by Mary Barber

This mourning Mother can with Ease explore
The Arts of Latium, and the Grecian Store:
Was early learn'd, nay more, was early wise;
And knew the Pride of Science to despife;
Left Men to take assuming Airs from thence;
And seem'd unconscious of superior Sense.
Yet, ah! how vain to guard the Soul, we see,
Are the best Precepts of Philosophy!
See Nature triumph o'er the boasted Art,
Ev'n in a Solon's, and Constantia's Heart.
See how she mourns her Son's untimely Doom,
And pours her Woes o'er the relentless Tomb.

Soften, kind Heav'n, her seeming rigid Fate,
With frequent Visions of his blissful State:
Oft let the Guardian Angel of her Son
Tell her in faithful Dreams, His Task is done;
Shew, how he kindly led her lovely Boy
To Realms of Peace, and never--fading Joy.

Then, for a while, reverse his happy Fate;
Shew him still here, still in this wretched State:
Shew the false World, seducing him from Truth;
And paint the slipp'ry, dang'rous Paths of Youth:
Shew him, in riper Years, beset with Snares,
Weary'd with struggling thro' unnumber'd Cares:
Convey him thence to Life's remotest Stage,
To feel the dire Calamities of Age;
Oppress'd with Sorrows, with Distempers torn,
Or rack'd with Guilt, much harder to be borne.
Raise the Distress; and let her darling Care,
Distracted in the Horrors of Despair,
The dreadful Scene of Judgment op'ning see,
And, trembling, plunge into Eternity.

Then ask her, Would she call him down from Bliss,
To hazard such a dismal Doom as this?
That she may learn to be resign'd from thence,
And bless the Guardian Hand, that snatch'd him hence.
Mary Barber

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Meer dariya hai, sune sheyr zabaani uski
allah allah re tabiyat ki ravani uski

Be-Karaan Tanhaayion Ka Silsila Reh Jaaye Ga
Tere Mere Darmiyaan, Bas Ik Khalaa Reh Jaaye Ga
Aks B

EID SMS

On This Holy Occasion of
Eid-ul-Adha,
I wish the Warmth
of our Friendship always

Sun to sahi jahaan main hai teraa fasaanaa kyaa
Kehti hai tujh se Khalq-e-Khudaa Gaibanaa kya

Zi

aankhon pe wo zulf aa rahi hai
kali jadu jaga rahi hai
zanjir jo khaDkhaDa rahi hai
wahshat ky

Jin Pe Hota Hai Bohat Dil Ko Bharosa Taabish
Waqt Parny Pe Wohi Log Dagha Dete Hain...

it came today to visit
and moved into the house
it was smaller than an elephant
but larger than a

Qismat saath nahi deti,,
Ye Bilkul teray jaisi hai,,

Usne mujh chor dia to kia hua Faraz
Mane bhi to chora tha sara jahan us k liye

Khair Hai Sultani Jumhoor Ka Ghogha Ke Sherr
Tu Jahan Ke Taza Fitnon Se Nahin Hai Ba-khabar

Wahshat e jaaN ki pazeeraayi na kar paayega tu
Khud ko itnaa kabhi sahraayi na kar paayega tu

H

Baras Guzre Tumhein Soye Hue,
Uth Jaao, Sunti Ho ? Aab Uth Jaao.
Main Aaya Hun !
Main Andaze Se S

Tere mehndi lage hathon pe mera naam likha hai,
Zara se lafzz main kitna paighaam likha hai,
Yeh t

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

Kia kaho

The hard coal's called bituminous,
Or is that anthracite?
Stalactites grow down from caves,
Or do

Aye dost! Na chairr batain aaj hijr-o-visaal ki,
Main kese sunaa paaon ga daastan apne zawaal ki,

dar-e-KHayal bhi kholen siyah shab bhi karen
phir us ke baad tujhe sochen ye ghazab bhi karen

Nazdeekiyon main door ka manzzar talash kar,
Jo haath main nahin hai woh pathar talash kar,
Suraj

The bows glided down, and the coast
Blackened with birds took a last look
At his thrashing hair an

Kitna shafaaf tha manzar mera,
Kitni dhool urri hai mujh mein,
Zindagi raqss kabhi karti thi,
Ab

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