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The Ghost - Poem by Walter de la Mare

Peace in thy hands,
Peace in thine eyes,
Peace on thy brow;
Flower of a moment in the eternal hour,
Peace with me now.

Not a wave breaks,
Not a bird calls,
My heart, like a sea,
Silent after a storm that hath died,
Sleeps within me.

All the night's dews,
All the world's leaves,
All winter's snow
Seem with their quiet to have stilled in life's dream
All sorrowing now.
Walter de la Mare

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کتنی زلفیں کتنے آنچل اڑے چاند کو کیا خبر
کتنا ماتم ہوا

Be-dum huye bimaar davaa kyun nahin dete,
Tum achey maseeha ho shifaa kyun nahin dete,
Dard e shab

Toot Ker Bikherey Tou Yeh Ehsaas Hua..
Har Ek Shakhs Se Mukhlis Hua Nahi Kertey..

Yahan Masoom C

I did not sleep last night.
The falling snow was beautiful and white.
I dressed, sneaked down the

I strolled last eve across the lonely down;
One solitary picture struck my eye:
A distant ploughbo

It was a long time ago.
I have almost forgotten my dream.
But it was there then,
In front of me,

Jaate huye woh jeene ka imkaan le geya,
Be-jaan reh gayi woh meri jaan le geya,
An-dekhii berriyaa

We'd rather have the iceberg than the ship,
although it meant the end of travel.
Although it sto

The leaves are falling, falling as if from far up,
as if orchards were dying high in space.
Each l

Bland as the morning breath of June
The southwest breezes play;
And, through its haze, the winter

Meri zindagi ki kitab tu,
Mery her sawal ka jawab tu,
Main tumhen parhon tamam umar,
Meri haya

Consider the auk;
Becoming extinct because he forgot how to fly, and could only walk.
Consider man

Fikar Insaa Par Tri Hasti Se Yeh Roshan Howa
Hai Par Murgh Takhayyul Ki Rasai Taa Kuja
Tha Saraapa

What scene would I want to be enveloped in
more than this one,
an ordinary night at the kitchen ta

The rest of us watch from beyond the fence
as the woman moves with her jagged stride
into her pain

Tere Bin Kuch Be_Chain Sa Rehne Laga Hun,

Kambakht Ashk Bhi Tujhse Milne Nikal Parte Hain...

Bechain bohat phirna ghabraye huye rehna,
Ik aag si jazbon ki dehkaaye huye rehna,
Chalkaaye huye

Hafeez apni boli mohabbat ki boli,
Na urdu na hindi na hindustani..

we had goldfish and they circled around and around
in the bowl on the table near the heavy drapes

Deyaar-e-noor main teera-shabon ka saathi ho,
Koi to ho jo meri wehshaton ka saathi ho,
Main us se

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