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The Tree - Poem by Karle Wilson Baker

My life is a tree,
Yoke-fellow of the earth;
Pledged,
By roots too deep for remembrance,
To stand hard against the storm,
To fill by Place.
(But high in the branches of my green tree there is a wild
bird singing:
Wind-free are the wings of my bird: she hath built no
mortal nest.)
Karle Wilson Baker

Latest Urdu Poetry

Kash teri dunya mujh se mujh tak ho

Aur mai tujhe tera bhi na hone don

duniya ke liye zahr na khaalen koi hum bhi
is baat pe phir shart laga len koi hum bhi
bahti hui

HuM is bebasi ki duniya mein kese jiyein
Yahaan sakoon to milta hai,,
Mgar saans ruk jaane k baa

Bisat-E-Umer Par Mujh KO Khasara HO Raha Tha
Main So0raj Reh Chuka Tha,Ab Sitara HO Raha Tha

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Kal Halki Halki Barish Thi
Kal Sard Hawa Ka Raqs Bhi Tha

Kal Phool Bhi Nikhrey Nikhrey They
Kal

Hasas DiLon Ko ToRne K Liye Zarorat Nahi Patharon Ki..
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Ye DiL To Bikhar Jaate Hain SirF LaF

tujhi ko jo yan jalwa farma na dekha
barabar hai duniya ko dekha na dekha


mera guncha-e-dil

Now a friend of mine, way back in Chicago
You know, he finally made his pile.
Well he got himself

Raaz-e-dil na sunana kisi ko FARAZ,
Duniya mein sab hamraz badal jatay hain,

ghum-phir kar isi kuche ki taraf aaenge
dil se nikle bhi agar hum to kahan jaenge
hum ko malum t

Jo Hargiz Hargiz Hargiz Na Chori Jaye..

AiSi Aadat Ban Gaye hO Tum...!!!

Kisi K Saath Chahat Ho Gayi Tu Kaya Karo Gy Tum?
Jafa Sehny Ki Aadat Ho Gayi Tu Kaya Karo Gy Tum?

?Taash K pat0n ki Manind
hai Zindagi meri..
~.Faraz.~
?Jis kisi ne bhi Khela
Taqseem mar diya Mu

جو تمہارے لب جاں بخش کا شیدا ہوگا
اٹھ بھی جائے گا جہاں س

Silsile Tod Gaya Woh Sabhi Jaate Jaate

Warna Etne To Marasim They Ke Aate Jate

Shikwah Zilmat-

For Lincoln MacVeagh

Never tell me that not one star of all
That slip from heaven at night and s

Oh the changing of the seasons it's a pretty thing to see
And though I find this balmy weather plea

patthar ke KHuda wahan bhi pae
hum chand se aaj lauT aae
diwaren to har taraf khaDi hain
kya h

Stanza (35)

Mardam-e-Chashm-e-Zameen Yani Woh Kali Dunya
Woh Tumhare Shuhada Palne Wali Dunya

Jagtey Jagtey thak jao to,

Aisa karna

Aadhi ratein mujhko dena, Tum ko poorey khuwab milen gay

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