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Abhi kuch aur karishmay ghazal ke dekhte hain,

Abhi kuch aur karishmay ghazal ke dekhte hain,
Faraz ab zara lehja badal ke dekhte hain,
Judaeyaan tau muqaddar hain phir bhi ay jaan-e-safar,
Kuch aur door zara saath chal ke dekhte hain,
Rah-e-wafa mein hareef-e-kharaam koi to ho,
Sau apne aap se aagay nikal ke dekhte hain,
Tu samnay hai tau phir kyon yaqeen nahi aata,
Yeh baar baar jo aankhon ko mall ke dekhte hain,
Yeh kaun log hain moujood teri mehfil mein,
Jo lalichoon se tujhe, mujh ko jall ke dekhte hain,
Yeh qurb kya hai ke yakjaan huye na door huye,
Hazaar aik hi qaalib mein dhall ke dekhte hain,
Na tujh ko maat huyi hai na mujh ko maat huyi,
Sau ab ke dono hi chaalen badal ke dekhte hain,
Yeh kaun hai sar-e-saahil ke doobnay walay,
Samundaroon ki taho’n se ucchal ke dekhte hain,
Abhi talak tau na kundan huye na raakh huye,
Hum apni aag mein har roz jal ke dekhte hain,
Bohat dinon se nahi hai kuch us ki kher khabar,
Chalo Faraz kuu-e-yaar chal ke dekhte hain…

Latest Urdu Poetry

Ase dekha karta tha main uski jheel si aankhain,,

Jase koi dakh raha ho pahli baar samander...

O truant Muse, what shall be thy amends
For thy neglect of truth in beauty dyed?
Both truth and be

Aaj Raat ka Çhaand ßilkul Tumhare Jesa He.


'W0hi khubsøørti'
"W0hi Nøør"
""W0hi Ghur

lufzooN mein fusaanay dhoondtay hein hum log
lumhooN mein zamaanay dhoondtay hein hum log

tau ze

My doctor, the comedian
I called you every time
and made you laugh yourself
when I wrote this sil

Dushmano Ke Sath Mere Dost Bhi Azad Hain
Dekhna Hai Khenchta Hai Muj Pe Pehla Teer Kon

Ishq Hai K Izraeel Ye
Jan Lene Se Thakta Hi Nahi...

Darwaza Jo Khola To Nazar Aaye Kharre Woh
Hairat Hai Mujhe Aaj Kidhar Bhool Parre Woh

Bhoola Nah

Tamaam Shehar Main Ab To Hai Raaj Kaantoon Ka,
Mujhay Qabool Nahi Ye Samaaj Kaantoon Ka,

Chalo

dil mein ab yun tere bhule hue gham aate hain
jaise bichhDe hue kabe mein sanam aate hain
ek ek

Meri 'Chahat' Ka Is Tarhan Mazaq Na Bana,

Ke Teri "Ankhain" Hi Taras Jayn Mujy Dekhany Ke Liay..!

’Tis a wonderful time when these hours begin,
These long ‘small hours’ of night,
When grass

XIV

If thou must love me, let it be for nought
Except for love's sake only. Do not say
'I love

Sons of the South, awake! arise!
Sons of the South, and do.
Banish from under your bonny skies

Apni Har Baat Bhool Gaya Wo Guzre Huwe Kal Ki Tarah,
Toot Kar Jissay Chaha Tha Pagal Ki Tarah.

Koi huner, koi ravish, koi tariqa to btao..
K dil tooty bhi na, wo mily bhi na or chain aa jaey...

Rony Ki Saza Hai Na Rulany Ki Saza Hai
Ye Dard-E-Mohabbat Ko Nibhany Ki Saza Hai

Hansty Hain To

Mohabbat Ka Junun Baqi Nahin Hai
Musalmanon Mein Khun Baqi Nahin Hai

Safen Kaj, Dil Pareshan, Sa

Ankhon Se Meri Isliye Lali Nahi Jati, ,
Yadon Se Koi Raat Jo Khali Nahi Jati, ,
Tu Mangay To Ye Ja

THE angels are stooping
Above your bed;
They weary of trooping
With the whimpering dead.
God's l

Urdu Poetry

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