Excerpt from The Diwan of Zeb-Un-Nissa: The First Fifty Ghazals Rendered From the Persian
Thy pleasaunce, Princess, now is desolate Where once the gleaming water-courses traced Their paths among the cypresses, a waste Stretches beyond thy ruined garden-gate; The rose is dead, the bulbul ﬂown away.
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