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Poem - Poem by Louise Gluck

In the early evening, a now, as man is bending
over his writing table.
Slowly he lifts his head; a woman
appears, carrying roses.
Her face floats to the surface of the mirror,
marked with the green spokes of rose stems.

It is a form
of suffering: then always the transparent page
raised to the window until its veins emerge
as words finally filled with ink.

And I am meant to understand
what binds them together
or to the gray house held firmly in place by dusk

because I must enter their lives:
it is spring, the pear tree
filming with weak, white blossoms.
Louise Gluck

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Is Eid per phir sath
hain mere,,
Do0ri tanhai aur
bas teri yadain...

Bat Jab Bhi Bigri Hai Lafzon Par Bigri Hai
Kash K Hum Be-Zabaan Hote...

Is Qadar Payar Sy Na Bola Kar
Dushmani Ka Guman Hota Hai

Anaa parast hai itnaa ke baat se pehle,
Woh uth ke band meri har kitab karde ga,
Main sach kahoon

Ab jo dekhen to koi aesi barri baat na thi,
Yeh shab-o-roz, maah-o-saal ka pur-paich safar,
Qadrey

That you were once unkind befriends me now,
And for that sorrow, which I then did feel,
Needs must

Zikr-e shab-e firaaq se wehshat usay bhi thee,
Meri tarah kisi se muhabbat usay bhi thee.

Mujh k

Pumberly Pott's unpredictable niece
declared with her usual zeal
that she would devour, by piece a

Shor Hai Ho Gaye Duniya Se Musalman Nabood
Hum Yeh Kehte Hein Keh Thein Bhi Kahin Muslim Mojod

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Dafan Kar Sakta Hun Sene Mein Tumhare Raaz Ko

Aur Tum Chaho Tu Afsana Bna Sakta Hun Mein

log kehtey hain ke mera dil pather ka hai
lekin kuch log aesey bhi they jo isey bhi torr gaye...

Go from me, summer friends, and tarry not:
I am no summer friend, but wintry cold,
A silly sheep

Aaarray aya na koi mushkil main,
Mashwray de ke hatt gaye ehbaab..

Yeh qarzz to mera hai chukaaye ga koi aur,
Dukh mujh ko hai aur neer bahaaye ga koi aur,

Kyaa ph

Tera Pehlu Tere Dil K Tarah Abad Rahe

Tuj Pe Guzre Na Qayamt Shab-e Tanhai Ki

Some one came knocking
At my wee, small door;
Someone came knocking;
I'm sure-sure-sure;
I liste

Shaam se aankh main nami si hai,
Aaj phir aap ki kammi si hai..

Mitao Ge Kahan Tak Tum Meri Baten Meri Yaaden

Main Har Aik Mor Par Apni Nishani Chor Jaungi...

Labon Pe Phool Khiltay Hain Kisi Ke Naam Se Pahle
Diloan Ke Deep Jalte Hain Charagh-E Shaam Se Pahl

Hum Kon Hain Kia Hain Baa Khuda Yaad Nahin
Apnay Aslaaf Ki Koi Bhi Adda Yaad Nahin

Hain Agar Yaa

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