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Wraith - Poem by Edna St. Vincent Millay

"Thin Rain, whom are you haunting,
That you haunt my door?"
—Surely it is not I she's wanting;
Someone living here before—
"Nobody's in the house but me:
You may come in if you like and see."

Thin as thread, with exquisite fingers,—
Have you seen her, any of you?—
Grey shawl, and leaning on the wind,
And the garden showing through?

Glimmering eyes,—and silent, mostly,
Sort of a whisper, sort of a purr,
Asking something, asking it over,
If you get a sound from her.—

Ever see her, any of you?—
Strangest thing I've ever known,—
Every night since I moved in,
And I came to be alone.

"Thin Rain, hush with your knocking!
You may not come in!
This is I that you hear rocking;
Nobody's with me, nor has been!"

Curious, how she tried the window,—
Odd, the way she tries the door,—
Wonder just what sort of people
Could have had this house before . . .
Edna St. Vincent Millay

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Main paarsa bhi nahi aur main bura bhi nahi,
Suraag-e-mazil-e-janaan mujhe mila bhi nahi,

Mija

Ye rang ye raushni yahiN hai

Aage koi sehar nahiN hai

Lagte haiN ye pair dekhe bhale

Shay

Nahi Nahi Ye Khabar Dushmano Ne Di Ho Gi
Wo Aye Aa Ke Chale Bhi Gaye Milay Bhi Nahi

Where art thou, Muse, that thou forget'st so long
To speak of that which gives thee all thy might?

Be’chain umangon ko behlaa ke chale jana,
Hum tum ko na rokain ge bass aa ke chale jana,
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Jab bhi ik shaam yaad ati hai,
Jese duniya theher si jati hai,
Ik taraf dil hain, Ik taraf duniya,

Jub Bhee Dil Khol Ke Roye Honge
Loog Aaraam Se Soye Honge

Baaz Auqaat Ba Majboori-e-Dil
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Usay apne fardaa ki fikr thi, woh jo mera waqif-e-haal tha,
Woh jo us ki subah urooj thi, woh mera

Aap apna ghubaar thay hum to,
Yaad thay, yaadgar thay hum to,

Pardagi hum se kyun rakha parda,

Kalaam karti nhi, Bolti bhi jati hy ,
Teri Nazar ko ye Kesi Zuban Aati hy ,

Kabhi Kabhi Mujhy

be-dam hue bimar dawa kyun nahin dete
tum achchhe masiha ho shifa kyun nahin dete
dard-e-shab-e-

Phir Naya Saal, Nayi Subha, Nayi Umeedein
Aye Khuda Khair Ki Khabron K Ujaly Rakhna...

برسوں پہلے خوابوں کے جزیرے پر
اک رات کی رانی کو دیکھا ..

aam hai kucha-o-bazar mein sarkar ki baat
ab sar-e-rah bhi hoti hai sar-e-dar ki baat

hum jo k

Aaiinaa kyuuN na duuN K tamaashaa kaheN jise
Aisaa kahaaN se laauuN K tujhsaa kaheN jise


Hasra

Rab Rab Karde Budday Ho Gaye, Mulla Pandit Sary

Rab Da Khod Khara Na Labba, Sajde Kar Kar Haary

Let those who are in favour with their stars
Of public honour and proud titles boast,
Whilst I, wh

Kaat Kar Zuban Meri Keh Raha Tha Wo FARAZ,
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As sure as prehistoric fish grew legs
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