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Snow - Poem by Louise Gluck

Late December: my father and I
are going to New York, to the circus.
He holds me
on his shoulders in the bitter wind:
scraps of white paper
blow over the railroad ties.

My father liked
to stand like this, to hold me
so he couldn't see me.
I remember
staring straight ahead
into the world my father saw;
I was learning
to absorb its emptiness,
the heavy snow
not falling, whirling around us.
Louise Gluck

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I have written this day down in my heart
As the sweetest day in the season;
From all of the othe

THE wind has swept from the wide atmosphere
Each vapour that obscured the sunset's ray,
And pallid

سلیقہ ضبط کا مجھ کو بهی اہل درد سیکهلا دو ،
لبوں پہ انگل

Sajdon Ke Iwaz Firdous Mile, Ye Baat Mujhe Manzor Nahi,

Be_Loos Ibadat Karta hun Banda Hun Tera

Aankh Pur-num, Ashq Zam Zam
Sans Madham, Waqt Hai Kam

Wasl Rahat, Hijr Matam
Aah Nikle, Mout Ma

Ham Rahe Par Nahi Rahe Abad
Yaad K Ghar Nahi Rahe Abad
Kitni Aankhein Hui Hlak Nazr
Kitne Manzar

I beg your Scholar you'll excuse,
Who dares no more debase the Muse.
My Mother says, If e'er she h

Mujh Ko Mujh Mein Jaga Nahi Milti
Tu Hai Mojood Is Qadar Mujh Mein...

Baroz e EiD Sab Kay Ghar Aaty Han Mehmaan
Qadmoun Ko Terey Tarasti Rhi Chokhat Meri

بروزِ

Chamka Na Karo Raat Ko Jugnu Ki Tarah Tum

Le Jaon Ga Muthi Mein Kisi Roz Chupa Kar.

UseY keHna tUm BoHat DilnasHeen tHeY Par...

Jab Se kisi Or ke hUwe hO Zehar lagteY hOO...!!

Main Agar Tumhe Jo
Sanwar Doon !

Tumhare Roz-o-Shab
ko Nikhaar Doon

Mera Thaam k
EHAD

Suna Hai Hikmat Ka Badshah Tha
Luqman

Phir IshQ Ko Us Ney Laa_ilaaj Q Likha",??

One chemical afternoon in mid-autumn,
When the grand mechanics of earth and sky were near;
Even

Mohabaat mein Dil Torne ke Liye Itna He Kafi hai
Faraz..
.
Ap Ka Matluba Number Dosri Line Pr Mas

-No one understands the silence between my words
-No one understands the sadness behind my smile
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Dil ki takleef kam nahin karte,
Ab koi shikwa hum nahin karte..

Har Deewar Ko Raah_E_Mohabat se Hata Diya Jaye..
Phir Mere Mehboob Se Mujhy Mila Diya Jaye..

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Kabhi naqaab mai chhup kar Kabhi bana anchal
Wo mere pyar ko har rukh se azmane lage

کبھی ن

Doobty doobty kashti ko saahil pe uchaal doon ga,
Mein nahi koi to saahil pe utar jaye ga..

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