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The Rest - Poem by Margaret Atwood

The rest of us watch from beyond the fence
as the woman moves with her jagged stride
into her pain as if into a slow race.
We see her body in motion
but hear no sounds, or we hear
sounds but no language; or we know
it is not a language we know
yet. We can see her clearly
but for her it is running in black smoke.
The cluster of cells in her swelling
like porridge boiling, and bursting,
like grapes, we think. Or we think of
explosions in mud; but we know nothing.
All around us the trees
and the grasses light up with forgiveness,
so green and at this time
of the year healthy.
We would like to call something
out to her. Some form of cheering.
There is pain but no arrival at anything.
Margaret Atwood

Latest Urdu Poetry

Mere deeda-e-tar ko mohabbat ho gayi tumse,
Kisi gehre samandar ko mohabbat ho gayi tumse,
Bhale w

Jab bhi ik shaam yaad ati hai,
Jese duniya theher si jati hai,
Ik taraf dil hain, Ik taraf duniya,

قافلہِ عشق و وفا کا سالار ہے اقبال
کتابِ خودی کا انوکھا

Usey Taraash K Heera Bana Diya Hum Ne Faraz,
Magar Ab Ye Sochte Hain USey KHaridain Kaise ..>!!

Na Uss Ne Murr Ka Dekha Na Hum Ne Palat Kar Aawaz Di.!
Aik AJab Sa waqat Tha Jis Ne Dono Ko Pathha

khulta nahin hai hal kisi par kahe bagair
par dil ki jan lete hain dilbar kahe bagair
main kyunkar

This day winding down now
At God speeded summer's end
In the torrent salmon sun,
In my seashaken

HERE where the roses blossom, where vines round the laurels are twining,
Where the turtle-dove call

kiya kr Ehtraam SHEESHAY ka
Tera chehra hai Ghulaam SHEESHAY ka

Sub khaamiyan khubiyan hai bat

Phir teray na aane ki khabar shaam main aayi,
Zohrab ki talkhi si mere jaam mein aayi,

Aye kaa

I know a little country place
Where still my heart doth linger,
And o'er its fields is every grace

koi bagh sa saja hua mere samne
ki badan hai koi khila hua mere samne
wahi aankh hai ki sitara h

Khuda Jaane tumhaare zehan mein kya hai?
Mere baare mein tum kya sochti ho keh nahi sakta ..

Mag

Mere myaar ka Taqaza hai

Mera dushman bhi khandani ho

Tera na ho saka to mar jaunga ?Faraz?,
kitna khoobsurat wo jhuth bolta tha.

Ashk Girtay hain to her Saans PIGHAL Jati hay,
De k Ek Dard Naya her Shaam DHAL Jati hay,

Tujh k

Main sun k uski sub batain,
Faqat itna hi kehta tha,
Khafa hona mana laina,
Yeh sadiyon say riway

Dil mein hum aik hi jazbe ko samoyen kese,
Ab tujhe paa ke yeh uljhan hai ke khoye kese,
Zehen chh

Mil Kar Bhi Ussay Hasrat-E-Mulaqat Reh Gai,
Baadal To Ghar Aaey thay Barsaat Reh Gai,

Wo Aaj Yun

Faseel e jism gira de makaan e jaaN se nikal

Ye intshaar zada shahr hai..yahaaN se nikal

Teri

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