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The White Lilies - Poem by Louise Gluck

As a man and woman make
a garden between them like
a bed of stars, here
they linger in the summer evening
and the evening turns
cold with their terror: it
could all end, it is capable
of devastation. All, all
can be lost, through scented air
the narrow columns
uselessly rising, and beyond,
a churning sea of poppies--

Hush, beloved. It doesn't matter to me
how many summers I live to return:
this one summer we have entered eternity.
I felt your two hands
bury me to release its splendor.
Louise Gluck

Latest Urdu Poetry

Jumbish-e-kaakul-e-mahboob se din dhalta hai,
haaye! kis khoobi-e-usloob se din dhalta hai.

Phen

Bicharnay Ke Zamaanay Aagaye Hain
Ose Kitnay Bahaanay Aagaye Hain
Udaasi Mein Ghar Se Rehtay Thai

Koi Mila Hi Nahi Jis Ko Sonptay Mohsin
Hum Apne Khawab Ki Khushbu, Khayal Ka Mosam...

Barson ke baad dekha ek shakhs dilruba sa,
ab zehen mein nahi hia par naam tha bala sa,

abaroo k

Phir Ghalat Fehmi Mein Daal Diya…!
Muskurana Koi Zaroori Tha..??

Yaad aa ke reh gaye hain zamane wafaon ke,
Sholay jala ke chal diye jhonkay wafaon ke,
Har ik qada

bhuli-bisri yaadon ko lipTae hue hun
TuTa jal samundar par phailae hue hun
wahshat karne se bhi

Tumhe Har Waqt Wo Guzra Zamana Yad Ayega, ,
Na Honge Hum To Ye Hansna Hansana Yad Ayega, ,
Bahane

Dono jahan teri mohabbat main haar ke,
Wo ja raha hai koi shab-e-gham guzaar ke,
Viraan hai maikad

Kuch Toh Hawa Bhi Sard Thi, Kuch Tha Tera Khayal Bhi
Dil Ko Khushi Ke Sath Sath Hota Raha Malal Bhi

Husn jab meherbaan ho to kya kijiye,
Ishq ki maghfirat ki duaa kijiye,
Zindagi katt rahi hai barre

Muhabbat Ki Jhuthi Kahani Pe Roye
Badi Chot Khai Javani Peh Roye

Javani Peh Roye

Na Socha Na

Teri Masroof Zindagi Par Aitraaz To Nahi Mujhe, ,
Kis Haal Mai Ho Tum Itna To bata Diya Karo, , , ,

Aye naye saal bata tujh mein naya kya hai..?
Har taraf khalq ne kiyun shor mcha rakha hai,
Roshni

Abhi waqt hai abhi saans hai abhi loat aa

mere GUMSHUDA.

Mujhay naaz hai barey zabt ka mujhay

Yaad use intehaayi karte haiN
So hum uski buraayi karte haiN

Pasand aata hai dil se yusuf ko
Wo

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

Yeh Tera Mera Milna

Yun Dilon Ka Khilna

Yeh Hai Khuda Ki Marzi

Yun Hi Nahi Hain yaar


Reza Reza Hua Wajood Mera
Mere Mohsin Ki Zarb-Kari Hai...

It is not the moon, I tell you.
It is these flowers
lighting the yard.

I hate them.
I hate

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