Selected Verses Of Ghalib (Translations) - Poem by Sunil Uniyal
Life's stallion gallops ahead,
Where it'll halt, who can predict?
No more the reins are in my hands,
Nor are the stirrups on my feet.
When nothing in the world without You exists,
Tell me, O God, why is all this turbulence?
I do not crave for any praise,
Nor that some reward should come to me;
If you think, there is no meaning
In my verse - then let it be.
I wish I could build a house
Without any door or wall,
With no friend beside me and
No one at my beck and call
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