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Abhi to aap hi haayil hai raasta shab kaa

Abhi to aap hi haayil hai raasta shab ka
Qareeb aaye to dekheNge hausla shab ka

Chali to aayi thi kuch door saath saath mere
Phir uske baad – khuda jaane kya hua shab ka

Mere khayaal k wahshat kade mein aate hii
JunooN ki noNk se phoota hai aabla shab ka

Sahar ki pahli kiran ne use bikher diya
Mujhe sameTne aaya tha jab khuda shab ka

ZameeiN pe aake sitaaroN ne ye kaha mujhse
Tere qareeb se guzrega qaafila shab ka

Sahar ka lams meri zindagi badha deta
Magar giraaN tha bahut mujhpe kaaTna shab ka

By: Abhishek Shukla

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Stalemated their armies stood, with tottering banners:
She flung from a room
Still ringing with br

A Letter To My Aunt Discussing The Correct Approach To Modern Poetry


To you, my aunt, who would

A caterpillar,
this deep in fall--
still not a butterfly.


Translated by Robert Hass
Matsuo

In life
one is always
balancing

like we juggle our mothers
against our fathers

or one teach

St. Botolph's Town! Hither across the plains
And fens of Lincolnshire, in garb austere,
There came

Main umr ke rastay mein chup-chap bikhar jata

Ek din bhi agar apni tanhai se dar jata

Main tar

Khuda Jaane tumhaare zehan mein kya hai?
Mere baare mein tum kya sochti ho keh nahi sakta ..

Mag

At the earliest ending of winter,
In March, a scrawny cry from outside
Seemed like a sound in his

Hasti ka aitbaar kiye bagair reh na jaye,
Dunya hai yahan per jiye bin raha na jaye,
Kat’ti nahi

Usy Pany Ka Shoq Kuch Is Tarha Hai Mohsin
Jese Pani Pe Koi Dairaa Banaye Aur Kuch Na Paye...

Kahin aah ban ke lab per tera naam aa na jaye,
Tujhe bewafa kahoon mein, woh maqaam aa na jaye,
Ji

Sajdon K Ewaz Firdous Mile Ye Bat Mujhe Manzoor Nahi
Be-Laus Ebadat Karta Hun Banda Hun Tera Mazdoo

The courage that my mother had
Went with her, and is with her still:
Rock from New England quarr

Kabay Ki Qasam Arsh Pe Mehshar Ki Ghari Thi
Ek Tifl Ki Jaan Moj-e-Talatum Se Lari Thi

Kal Sham S

Mujh se Bichar Gaya Jo Guzry Saal ki Tarha,

Is ka Bhi Haal ho ga Mere Haal ki Tarha,

Aya Nahi

Said Mr. Smith, “I really cannot
Tell you, Dr. Jones—
The most peculiar pain I’m in—
I th

Hum Kon Hain Kia Hain Baa Khuda Yaad Nahi

Apnay Aslaaf Ki Koi Bhi Adda Yaad Nahi..

Duniya Ki M

Hui Hai Shaam Tou aankhon mein Bas Gayaa Phir tu,
kahaan gayaa hai mere shahar ke musaafir tu,
Boh

Kahan Dil Qaid Se Chhoota Howa Hai ?
Abhi Tak Sheher Se Rootha Howa Hai
Hum Kaisay Kahain Is Dil K

Raas Aa Hi Gaya Tark-E-Ta'alluq Usy Akhir
Ankhon Main Wo Pehli Si Nadamat Nahi Rakhta...

Urdu Poetry

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