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Whereas At Morning In A Jeweled Crown - Poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay

Whereas at morning in a Jeweled Crown
I bit my fingers and was hard to please,
Having shook disaster till the fruit fell down
I feel tonight more happy and at ease:
Feet running in the corridors, men quick—
Buckling their sword-belts, bumping down the stair,
Challenge, and rattling bridge-chain, and the click
Of hooves on pavement—this will clear the air.
Private this chamber as it has not been
In many a month of muffled hours; almost,
Lulled by the uproar, I could lie serene
And sleep, until all's won, until all's lost,
And the door's opened and the issue shown,
And I walk forth Hell's Mistress—or my own.
Edna St. Vincent Millay

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Wo Tark-E-Ta'alluq Par Tha Mayal

Main Samjha Azmaa Raha Hai...

I said unto myself, if I were dead,
What would befall these children? What would be
Their fate, wh

Aur zikr kya kijiye apne dil ki halat ka,
Kuch bigarrti rehti hai kuch sambhalti rehti hai..

Uski yaad men guzarti meri hr shaam thi
Mere dil se nikli har Dua uske naam thi

Ab mujh ko ilzaa

Aanay wali hai kya balaaa sar par,
Aaj phir dil main dard hai kam kam..

Sochne Ki Tumhe Kia Zaroorat Hai ,
Pukara Hai Jo Naam Tumhara ,
Pukarne Wala Koi Gair Nahin ,
Ek

Sun liya hum ne faisla tera
Aur sun ker udaas ho baithey

Zehan chup chaap ankh khaali
Jaisey hu

Tehreer Main aa JayE AgAr Lafz Judai,

Mehso0s Yeh hOta hai Qalam Toot Raha hai...!!!

Is cut close, blades and bones,
And the stench of sewers is everywhere,
Blood-sloshed floors,
And

Dil Tadap Raha Hai Vasl-E-Yaar Ke Liye
Aur Woh Rothe Hai Mujse Ek Gulaab Ke Liye

Dushmano Ke Sath Mere Dost Bhi Azad Hain
Dekhna Hai Khenchta Hai Muj Pe Pehla Teer Kon

اقبال تیری عظمت کی داستاں کیا سناؤں
تیری زندگی پھ لکھو

Zulm Sehna Bhi Tu Zaalim Ki Hmayat Thehra
Khamshi Bhi Tu Hoyi Pusht Pnahi Ki Tarah

KHar-o-KHas to uThen rasta to chale
main agar thak gaya qafila to chale
chand suraj buzurgon ke

Aankhon Se Mry Is Liy Lali Ni Jati
Yadon Sy Koi Rat Khali Nijati

Ab Ume Na Mosam Na Hi Rsty K P

My doctor, the comedian
I called you every time
and made you laugh yourself
when I wrote this sil

Taut, thick fingers punch
the teeth of my typewriter.
Three words are down on paper
in capitals:

Akele chor jaty ho,Ye Tm acha nahi karty
Hamara dil jalaty ho
Ye Tum acha nahi kArty

kaha b

din ke sine pe sham ka patthar
ek patthar pe dusra patthar
ye suna tha ki dewta hai wo
mere ha

Nami danam chi manzil bood shab jaay ki man boodam;
Baharsu raqs-e bismil bood shab jaay ki man boo

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