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Poem Written At Morning - Poem by Wallace Stevens

A sunny day's complete Poussiniana
Divide it from itself. It is this or that
And it is not.
By metaphor you paint
A thing. Thus, the pineapple was a leather fruit,
A fruit for pewter, thorned and palmed and blue,
To be served by men of ice.
The senses paint
By metaphor. The juice was fragranter
Than wettest cinnamon. It was cribled pears
Dripping a morning sap.
The truth must be
That you do not see, you experience, you feel,
That the buxom eye brings merely its element
To the total thing, a shapeless giant forced
Upward.
Green were the curls upon that head.
Wallace Stevens

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sun to sahii jahaan main hai teraa fasaanaa kyaa
kahti hai tujh se Khalq-e-Khudaa Gaibanaa kya
zin

شہر گل کے خس و خاشاک سے خوف آتا ہے
جس کا وارث ہوں اسی خاک

The Health-Food Diner
No sprouted wheat and soya shoots
And Brussels in a cake,
Carrot straw and

Dunyan Kiitni Choti Hai Na?

Tum Pe Aa K Ruk Si Gayyii Hai...

Thine eyes I love, and they, as pitying me,
Knowing thy heart torment me with disdain,
Have put on

Us ka chehra bhi sunata hai kahani us ki,
Chahti hoon ke sunoon us se zubaani us ki,
Woh sitam‘g

Bande ke qalam hath main hota to ghazab tha,
Sad-shukar ke hai qaatib-e-tadir koi aur..

Oh, come, my lad, or go, my lad,
And love me if you like.
I shall not hear the door shut
Nor t

We walked beside the sea,
After a day which perished silently
Of its own glory---like the Princess

While about the shore of Mona those Neronian legionaries
Burnt and broke the grove and altar of the

teri duniya se ye dil is liye ghabraata hai
is sarae mein koi aata koi jata hai
tu ne kya dil ki

"Kahun K Kia Ho Tum....?"

Mere liye meri Duniya ho Tum,
Cho k jo Guzre wo Hawa ho Tum,

Maine

Phir Ghalat Fehmi Mein Daal Diya…!
Muskurana Koi Zaroori Tha..??

Us Ki Aankhon Ka Pighalta Kajal

Mere Shikway Baha Gaya Sary...

Sitaron Se Aage Jahan Aur Bhi Hain
Abhi Ishq Ke Imtehan Aur Bhi Hain

Tahi Zindagi Se Nahi Ye Fez

Kisi ko kya !
Jo Qadmon pe Jabeen-e-Bandagi rakh di,
Hamari cheez thi,
Hum Ne Jahan chahi waha

Lo main aankhain band kiye leti hoon ab tum ruksat ho

Dil to jane kia kehta hai lekin dil ka kehn

Kabhi hayaaa unhen aayi kabhi ghuroor aaya,
Hamaare kaam main sau sau tarah futuur aaya,
Jo baa-ha

Dil main ab yuun tere bhuule huye gham aate hain,
Jaise bichrre huye kaabe main sanam aate hain,
E

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Among twenty snowy mountains,
The only moving thing
Was the eye of the black bird.

II

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