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Yaddo : The Grand Manor - Poem by Sylvia Plath

Woodsmoke and a distant loudspeaker
Filter into this clear
Air, and blur.

The red tomato's in, the green bean;
The cook lugs a pumpkin
From the vine

For pies. The fir tree's thick with grackles.
Gold carp loom in the pools.
A wasp crawls

Over windfalls to sip cider-juice.
Guests in the studios
Muse, compose.

Indoors, Tiffany's phoenix rises
Above the fireplace;
Two carved sleighs

Rest on orange plush near the newel post.
Wood stoves burn warm as toast.
The late guest

Wakens, mornings, to a cobalt sky,
A diamond-paned window,
Zinc-white snow.
Sylvia Plath

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Bazaahir log kitne mehrbaaN the !

Magar dukh banTne wale kahaan the

LaboN per muskurahat ki dh

Para Hai Waasta Mohsin Muhabbat K Yazeedon Se

Yahan Hum Apni Ankhon Me Bhi Pani Rakh Nahi Sakte..

Ek Junoon Be-Mani, Ek Yaqeen La-Hasil

Kya Mila Humein Mohsin Uski Arzoo Kar K...

Ab jis k ji main aye wohi pa le roshni
humne to dil jala?ker sar-e-rah rakh dia

Akhtar-e-shaam ki aati hai Falak se awaaz,
Sajda karti hai Sahar jis ko wo hai aaj ki raat,
Reh ya

Suna hai log usay aankh bhar ke dekhte hain
So us ke shahar main kuchh din thehr ke dekhte hain
Su

He who hath glory lost, nor hath
Found any soul to fellow his,
Among his foes in scorn and wrath

Wo kehti thi k hAr Soorat Tumy Apna bnaon gi,
Nichavar khwab kar dongi Tmhary har Ishare par,

Your western heads here cast on money,
You are the two that fade away together,
Partners in the

DaiKh Kaisi Qayamat Si Barpa Hui Hai Aashiyanon Pay IQbaL�!
Jo Lahoo Se Tameer Huye Thay, Paani S

Muj Ko Khwahish Hi Dhondne Kin A Thi

Muj Mein Khoya Raha Khuda Mera

IShQ Hai KhaTaa LeKin,,

Kiya KhaTaa DaR-GuZar Nahin Hoti....???

All hail, once pleasing, once inspiring shade!
Scene of my youthful loves and happier hours!
Where

Rangoun Tum Rangun Mein
Rang De Sara Ye Jahan
Bus Haansy Or Galy Lagy
Or Bholy Dushmaani Ka Nisha

Kab Nahin Naaz Uthaye Hain Tumhare Mene
Dekho Aanchal Pe Sajaye Hain Sitare Mene

Wohi Lamhaat As

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

Pardagi hum se kyun rakha parda,

maine chaha tujhe eid pe kuch paish karoon
jis mein ahsas ke sab rang hon roshan roshan
jis me aan

Is se aagay to bas la-makaaan reh geya,
yeh safar bhi mera raayegaan reh geya,
Ho gaye apne jismon

Remember that time you made the wish?

I make a lot of wishes.

The time I lied to you
about th

Ab Is Duniya Me Koi Aur Mujhe Dil Nahi Dene Wala Faraz

Log Kehte Hain Meri Aankhon Me Us Ka Chehr

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