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The Angel - Poem by William Blake

I dreamt a dream! What can it mean?
And that I was a maiden Queen
Guarded by an Angel mild:
Witless woe was ne'er beguiled!

And I wept both night and day,
And he wiped my tears away;
And I wept both day and night,
And hid from him my heart's delight.

So he took his wings, and fled;
Then the morn blushed rosy red.
I dried my tears, and armed my fears
With ten-thousand shields and spears.

Soon my Angel came again;
I was armed, he came in vain;
For the time of youth was fled,
And grey hairs were on my head.
William Blake

Latest Urdu Poetry

Abhi kissi ke na mere kahe se guzre ga,
Woh khud hi ek din iss daayere se guzre ga,
Bhari rahe abh

Aesi tareekiyan aankhon mein bassi hain ke Faraz,
Raat to raat hai hum din ko jalate hain chiraagh.

Puss loves man's winter fire
Now that the sun so soon
Leaves the hours cold it warmed
In burning

ek samundar ek kinara ek sitara kafi hai
is manzar mein us ke alawa koi akela kafi hai

dene wa

Tum se ulfat ke taqaaze na nibhaye jatay,
Warna hum ko bhi tamanna thi ke chahe jatay,
Dil ke maro

Aey Hai Bey Kasi E Ishq Pey Rona Ghalib
Kis K Gher Jaey Seelab Bhala Mery Baad

Apne Man Mein Dob Kar Pa Ja Suragh-E Zindagi
Tu Agar Mera Nahi Banta Na Ban Apna Tu Ban

Far from the ignoble strife of Man's tavern you are
The wine-cup adorning the sky's assemblage you

Tum se kab hum ne mulaqat ka vaada chaha,
Door reh ker tujhe kuch aur bhi zeyada chaha,
Yaad aayi

Marne ke baad bhi meri aankhain khuli rahin,,,
Aadat jo parr gayi thi tere intizaar ki..

I.
Flutt'ring spread thy purple Pinions,
Gentle Cupid, o'er my Heart;
I a Slave in thy Dominions

Apne Baba Ki Main Rani Hun
Main Ik Ladki Multani Hun

Jise Maa Ne Saath Sulaya Hai
Aur Haath Se

—After Robert Pinsky
Defier of closed space, such as the head, opener
Of the sealed passageways

dil pe jab dard ki uftad paDi hoti hai
dosto wo to qayamat ki ghaDi hoti hai

jis taraf jaen ja

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

Ab Tou Raqeeb Se Bhi Adawat Nahin Rahe..

Mujhay Woh Azeez.. Jisay Tu Azeez Hai..!!!

har nya ishq nya zaiqa rakhta hai fraz

aaj kal phir tairi ghazlo’n ki ada aur lagi

raikhte ke sirf tumhi nahin ho ustad Ghalib
suna hai agle zamane main koi Mir bhi tha

aise dekha hai ki dekha hi na ho
jaise mujh ko teri parwa hi na ho
baz ghar shahr mein aise dekh

Us Aik Dil Ki Khatir Tune Mujhe Chorh Diya
Aay Dil Doob K Marja

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