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"Why Do I Love" You, Sir? - Poem by Emily Dickinson

"Why do I love" You, Sir?
Because—
The Wind does not require the Grass
To answer—Wherefore when He pass
She cannot keep Her place.

Because He knows—and
Do not You—
And We know not—
Enough for Us
The Wisdom it be so—

The Lightning—never asked an Eye
Wherefore it shut—when He was by—
Because He knows it cannot speak—
And reasons not contained—
—Of Talk—
There be—preferred by Daintier Folk—

The Sunrise—Sire—compelleth Me—
Because He's Sunrise—and I see—
Therefore—Then—
I love Thee—
Emily Dickinson

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Hilal e eid ko dekho to rok lou aansu
Jo ho sakay to mohabbat ka ihtaram karo

A Person Who Laughs More

And

Makes Others Laugh

Would Be Having

A Thunder Storm Sadness

YeH MeRa ISHQ Tha Ya PhiR Deewangi Ki InteHa...
K TeRaY He QaReeB Say GuzaR GaYe TeRaY Hi KhaYaaL

If my sorrow were deeper
I'd be, along with you, under
the ocean's floor;
but today I learn that

Qurbaton men bhi judai ke zamane maNge
Dil vo bemehar ki rone ke bahane maNge
Apana ye hal ke ji h

Milta Kuch Bhi Nahe Mohabat Main Sab Kuch Luta Key..

Sar Jhuka K Guzar JaaO Agar Koi Pyar Se Dek

Let not my love be called idolatry,
Nor my belovèd as an idol show,
Since all alike my songs and

Tum mujhe bhool bhi jao to ye haq hai tumko
Meri baat aur hai mai ne to mohabbat ki hai

Tum agar

MuhbaBbat Ho Bhi jay To Kabi iZhar Mat Karna...

Yeh Dunia Schay jazbon Ki Bari Toheen Krti Hai..

Wo Shakhs Mujhay Jeet K Haara Hai Aur Bus
Itna Hi Zindagi Ka Khasaara Hai Aur Bus ..

Duniya Ko

یہ ہم جو ہجر میں دیوار و در کو دیکھتے ہیں
کبھی صبا کو کب

Mere Khudaa Mujhe Itanaa To Mo'atabar Kar De
Mai.N Jis Makaan Me.N Rahataa Huu.N Us Ko Ghar Kar De

RIGHT gladly had the horses stirred,
When they the wished-for greeting heard,
The whip's loud noti

ashk daman mein bhare KHwab kamar par rakkha
phir qadam hum ne teri rahguzar par rakkha
hum ne e

HuM NE ToH KHuD SE INtaQAAM LiYA..

TuM NE KiA SOcH KaR MuhAbAT Ki..

In Taaza Khanda’on Me Bara Sab Se Watan Hai..
Jo Perahan Is Ka Hai Wo Mazhab Ka Kafan Hai….!

Daayem paRaa hua tere dar par nahi huN maiN

khak aisi zindagi pe K pat-thar nahi huN maiN

Kyun

Ay Dil abi tk yad kr raha hy usko?
Pagal hai Tu Qasm se, Usne to tere bad b hzaarun bhula dye...

Shok ko aazim e safar rakhiye
Be khabar ban ke sab khabar rakhiye
Chahey nazren hon asmanon per
P

Ek Dil Hai Jo Har Lamha Jalane Ke Liya Hai,

Jo Kuch Hai Yahan Aag Lagan Ke Liye Hai

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