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A poem by Ernest Dowson: Jadis

  Jadis Erewhile, before the world was old, When violets grew and celandine, In Cupid’s train we were enrolled: Erewhile! Your little hands were clasped in mine, Your head all ruddy and sun-gold Lay on my breast which was your ...

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Spark by Abdul Wahab

  Spark Cannot be died as a teacher It is not for the fact that a teacher does not die Yet he should not die before he gets recognition From the Hall of fame Or from the office of certification ...

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A Poem by Edith Wharton: Phaedra

  Phaedra NOT that on me the Cyprian fury fell, Last martyr of my love-ensanguined race; Not that my children drop the averted face When my name shames the silence; not that hell Holds me where nevermore his glance shall ...

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سروده ای از علیشاه احمدی عباب : پروانه های عاشق

پروانه های عاشق یاران چه عاشقانه سرِ دار ګم شدند ایستاد همچو سرو و سپیدار ګم شدند شمشاد قامتانِ ستایشګر بهار در انجماد دست تبردار ګم شدند آیینه های ثابت زنګار ناپذیر در شهر بی خرید و خریدار ګم شدند ...

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A poem by Anna Akhmatova: To The Londoners

To The Londoners (From the ‘In the Fortieth Year’) 1940 The twenty-fourth drama of Shakespeare Time’s writing with its indifferent hand. We, selves, the guests of the awful Feast here, Better would read Hamlet, Caesar, and Lear Over the river, ...

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Inference by Abdul Wahab

  Inference One fine late midnight coils back the whole universe And asks me in eager voice, what is the source of the race of man? In sotto voice i whisper in his ears that it is God who created ...

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