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The Trial Of A Man - Poem by Sylvia Plath

The ordinary milkman brought that dawn
Of destiny, delivered to the door
In square hermetic bottles, while the sun
Ruled decree of doomsday on the floor.

The morning paper clocked the headline hour
You drank your coffee lke original sin,
And at the jet-plane anger of God's roar
Got up to let the suave blue policeman in.

Impaled upon a stern angelic stare
You were condemned to serve the legal limit
And burn to death within your neon hell.

Now, disciplined in the strict ancestral chair,
You sit, solemn-eyed, about to vomit,
The future an electrode in your skull.
Sylvia Plath

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Har Baar Abbas Ilzam Ishq Per Hee Acha Nahi,
Wafa Khud Se Hoti Nahi Khafa Mohabbat Se Ho Jaate Hain

AS when the hunt by holt and field
Drives on with horn and strife,
Hunger of hopeless things pursu

Khulle paare hain meri zindagi kay saare warq
Najane kab koi aandhi ura kar lai jaii

Kisi ka dar

Kash aisa Kamaal hojaye

Wo Mera hum Khayal hojaye

Mera to Ranjshein Sari Mitaney Ka Irada Tha,,
Galey Us Shakhs Ko Phir Se Laganey Ka Irada Tha,,

Aa Raha Hai Duaaon Ki Qabooliyat Ka Maheena

Dekhun Ga Tujhe Parwardigaar Se Mang K...

Too paas bhii ho to dil beqaraar apnaa hai
K ham ko teraa nahiiN intazaar apnaa hai


Mile koyii

THIS girl was sweeter than the song of swans,
And daintier than the lamb upon the lawns
Or Curine

Teri yad ko seene se laga kar roye,
Hum tasuwar mai tujhe pas betha kar roye,
Tujhko so bar pukara

How he sleepeth! having drunken
Weary childhood's mandragore,
From his pretty eyes have sunken
Pl

siine meñ sulagte hue lamhāt kā jañgal
kis tarah kaTe tāroñ-bharī raat kā jañgal

haa

raunaq-e-besh-o-kam kis ke hone se hai
mausam-e-KHushk-o-nam kis ke hone se hai
kis ka chehra ba

main KHud ko is liye manzar pe lane wala nahin
ki aaina meri surat dikhane wala nahin
tere falak

Is Dard Ki Tehveel Mein Rehty Huy Hum Ko..
Chup Chaap Se Bikharna Hai Tamasha Nahi Banna..

Khushiyan Meri Hasrat Meri Chahat Ko Bhula Kar
Us Ne Faqat Mujh Ko Badnaam Kia Hai

Samjha Tha Ji

Usy Ek Saltant, Ek Rajdhani Chahiye Thi,,,
Mohabat Mein B Usko Hukmarani Chahiye Thi,,,

Bichar

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

Wo Aaj Yun

دل مرا سوزِ نہاں سے بے مُحابا جل گیا
آتشِ خاموش کے مانن

Wo Tark-E-Ta'alluq Par Tha Mayal
Main Samjha Azmaa Raha Hai...

teri duniya se ye dil is liye ghabraata hai
is sarae mein koi aata koi jata hai
tu ne kya dil ki

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