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Remember - Poem by Christina Georgina Rossetti

Remember me when I am gone away,
Gone far away into the silent land;
When you can no more hold me by the hand,
Nor I half turn to go yet turning stay.
Remember me when no more day by day
You tell me of our future that you plann'd:
Only remember me; you understand
It will be late to counsel then or pray.
Yet if you should forget me for a while
And afterwards remember, do not grieve:
For if the darkness and corruption leave
A vestige of the thoughts that once I had,
Better by far you should forget and smile
Than that you should remember and be sad.
Christina Georgina Rossetti

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I dreamt a dream! What can it mean?
And that I was a maiden Queen
Guarded by an Angel mild:
Witle

Bara dushwaar hota hai
Zaraa sa faislaa krna
Ke
Jeevan ki kahaani ko
Bayaan-e-be-zubani ko
kaha

is qadar bhi to na jazbaat pe qabu rakkho
thak gae ho to mere kandhe pe bazu rakkho
bhulne pae n

Dil to kehta hai Usey laut k aana hai yahin

Ye Dilasa mujhe Pagal nhi hone deta.!

THE air is dark, the sky is gray,
The misty shadows come and go,
And here within my dusky room
Ea

Apni Zindagi Mein Unko Shamil Na Kar Sake,
Chah Kar Bhi Unko Hasil Na Kar Sake,
Unhe Bewafa Se Moh

Jaagein Ge Kisi Roz To Is Khuwaab-e-Tarab Se,
Hum Phool Hi Chuntay Rahay, Baghicha-e-Shab Se,

Na Hawas Us K Jism Ki
Na Shoq Us Ki Izzat Ka

Be-Matlabi Sa Banda Hun
Us Ki Sadgi Pe Marta Hun..

Tu Qadir Aur Aadil Hai Par Tere Jahan Mein
Hai Talkh Bohat Banda-E Mazdoor Ke Auqat

Mere Liye To Dil Tera Shayad Beqarar Nahi Hota
Aa Jaa K Ab Mujh Se Aur Intizar Nahi Hota

Subah

Aye kuch ab kuch sharab aye,
Is ke baad aye jo azaab aye,
Bam-e-mina se mehtab utre,
Dast-e-saaqi

Doosron ko hamari sazaayen na de,
Chandni raat ko bad’duyain na de,
Phool se aashqui ka hunar se

Us Bewafa Ko Kya Hai Zarurat Wafaon Ki
Jis Bewafa K Pas Wafadar Bohat Hon...

Chiriyon Ki Tarha Me Bhi Ek Din Shaja Chor Jaunga
Tarsain Ge Log Phir Se Mere Shor Ko...

Is Shart Pay Khelon Gi Piya Pyar Ki Bazi

Jeton Tu Tuje Paon Haron Tu Piya Teri

A little leaf just in the forest's edge,
All summer long, had listened to the wooing
Of amorous b

Zameen

Ah Ye Marg-E-Dawam, Ah Ye Razm-E-Hayat

Khatam Bhi Ho Gi Kabhi Kashmakash-E-Kain

Chehre pe mere zulf ko phailao kisi din,
kya roz garajty ho,barass jao kisi din.

Raazon ki tar

O, SAY, 'neath what celestial sign

The day doth lie,
When ne'er again this heart of mine

Away

Gone are my people, but I exist yet,
Lamenting them in my solitude...
Dead are my friends, and in

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