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On His Grotto At Twickenham - Poem by Alexander Pope

Thou who shalt stop, where Thames' translucent wave
Shines a broad Mirror thro' the shadowy Cave;
Where ling'ring drops from min'ral Roofs distill,
And pointed Crystals break the sparkling Rill,
Unpolish'd Gems no ray on Pride bestow,
And latent Metals innocently glow.
Approach! Great Nature studiously behold;
And eye the Mine without a wish for Gold.
Approach; but awful! Lo! th' Egerian Grot,
Where, nobly-pensive, St. John sate and thought;
Where British sighs from dying Wyndham stole,
And the bright flame was shot thro' Marchmont's Soul.
Let such, such only tread this sacred Floor,
Who dare to love their Country, and be poor.
Alexander Pope

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Bhool Gaye Hain Kuch Log Hamein Is Tarah

Yaqeen Mano Yaqeen Hi Nahi Aata

Hum Jinhein Chahte Hain Woh Humein Chahte Bhi Nahi,
Auron Se Wafa Karte Hain Aur Humein Tukrate Bhi

I met Tu Fu on a mountaintop
in August when the sun was hot.

Under the shade of his big straw ha

کس طرح کسی حصار میں رہے
دل ہو ، اور اختیار میں رہے

Kis tar

mutalba humara un sy kuch bhi zyda nahi
murta to hai hum py woh aur khabi jutata nahi

hum ny kub

نہ تھا کچھ تو خدا تھا، کچھ نہ ہوتا تو خدا ہوتا
ڈبویا مجھ

Raas Aa Hi Gaya Tark-E-Ta'alluq Usy Akhir

Ankhon Main Wo Pehli Si Nadamat Nahi Rakhta...

Mujhe apne zabt pe naaz tha sar e bazam raat ye kia howa
Meri aankh kaise chalak pari mujhe ranj ha

Mere Naam Ki MehNdi Apne Hath0'n Mein Saja Kar.

Intzaar KaREGi W0h KiSi Gair Ki Baaraat Ka,,

phir koi naya zaKHm naya dard ata ho
us dil ki KHabar le jo tujhe bhul chala ho
ab dil mein sar-

Mere Humsafer, mere Hum-nasheen
Main ne Rab se manga to kuch nahi
Per jub bhi mangi koi dua!
Nahi

Hakikat mahobbat ki judai hoti hai,
Kabhi kabhi pyar men bewafai hoti hai,

Hamare taraf hath bad

jo sunta hun kahunga main jo kahta hun sununga main
hamesha majlis-e-nutq-o-samaat mein rahunga ma

Kalaam karti nhi, Bolti bhi jati hy ,
Teri Nazar ko ye Kesi Zuban Aati hy ,

Kabhi Kabhi Mujhy

Hum kisi ko apne amaal ka hisaab kya dete ?
Sawaal saaray ghalat the jawaab kya dete ?
Kharab sadi

Are Tum Bi Nikle Ho Wafa Ki Talash Main

Yaqeen Mano Nahi Milti, Nahi Milti, Nahi Milti

Zinda thai jiski AAS pe Wo bhi rula gaya
Bandhan WAFA ke toor ke Sare chala gaya
Khud hi to ki thi

Abhi kuch aur karishmay ghazal ke dekhte hain,
Faraz ab zara lehja badal ke dekhte hain,
Judaeyaan

Ankhon mein ansuon ko bharne nahi diya
Matti mein motiyon ko bikharne nahi diya

Jis rah py pary

Maloom Nahi Tha Ke Muhabbat Kya Cheez Hai Sirf Itna Pata hai, ,
Hazaron Ke Dil Torne Parte Hain Sir

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