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To A Jilted Lover - Poem by Sylvia Plath

Cold on my narrow cot I lie
and in sorrow look
through my window-square of black:

figured in the midnight sky,
a mosaic of stars
diagrams the falling years,

while from the moon, my lover's eye
chills me to death
with radiance of his frozen faith.

Once I wounded him with so
small a thorn
I never thought his flesh would burn

or that the heat within would grow
until he stood
incandescent as a god;

now there is nowhere I can go
to hide from him:
moon and sun reflect his flame.

In the morning all shall be
the same again:
stars pale before the angry dawn;

the gilded cock will turn for me
the rack of time
until the peak of noon has come

and by that glare, my love will see
how I am still
blazing in my golden hell.
Sylvia Plath

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Zakhm_e_Tanhai Mein Khushbo_e_HinA Kis Ki Thi
Saaya Deevar Per Mera Tha, Sada Kis Ki Thi

Os ki R

Some say the world will end in fire,
Some say in ice.
From what I've tasted of desire
I hold with

Sawaal ka jawab tha jawab ke sawaal me,
Giraft-e-shor se chuutte to khamoshi ke jaal me,
Buraa ho

Choorriyaan. . .

Khawishon K Jangal Me,
Raat Justaju Kar K,
Ham Ne Us Ki Khatir Ab Chooriyaa

Mera Bistar Bataye Ga Meri Silavto'n Ka Raaz..

Kabhe Aa K To Poch Kaisy Raat Guzarti Hai..

IK BHEEGI SHAAM K SAYE ME,
CHUPKE SE AGAR TUM AAJAO..

Ye Sham Suhani Ho Jaye
Rangeen Kahani

AT midnight hour I went, not willingly,

A little, little boy, yon churchyard past,
To Father Vic

Time Ηas no divisions tο mark its Ρassage, Τhere is never Α thunder-storm οr blare of Τrumpet

Rastey Main Ik Shajar Hai Zameen Par Para HOwa.
Sayaa Magar Hai Apni Anaa Par Arra HOwa..

Deed

bashaarat ho ki ab mujh sa koi pagal na aaega
ye daur-e-aKHir-e-diwangi hai bit jaega
kisi ki zi

The houses are haunted
By white night-gowns.
None are green,
Or purple with green rings,
Or gree

ek be-panah raat ka tanha jawab tha
chhoTa sa ek diya jo sar-e-ehtisab tha
rasta mera tazad ki t

Raasta hai ke katt’ta jaata hai,
Faasla hai ke kamm nahin hota..

Meri aankhon ko aur na rat’jagon ke azaab de,
Jo ho sake to ab inhain koi haseen khawab de,
Jo k

گھر کی بربادی کے حالات نظر آتے ہیں
انکے تبدیل خیالات ن

Hum Na Manain Gay Eid Aai Hai
Aap Aatay To Eid Bhi Aati

ہم نہ مانیں گے عید آئی

'- you know, I've either had a family, a job, something
has always been in the
way
but now
I've

Patharon ko Dil ka haal sunane chala hon
Roothi huwi qismat ko manane chala hon

Nakam hasraton

Mujh Se Door Ho Tu Khud Ko Sambhaly Rakhna ,

Log Pochein Gay Kiyon Preshan Ho Tum,



Kuch Ni

Atmosphere - Poem by Robert Frost
Inscription for a Garden Wall

Winds blow the open grassy place

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