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Admonition - Poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

WHEREFORE ever ramble on?

For the Good is lying near,
Fortune learn to seize alone,

For that Fortune's ever here.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Latest Urdu Poetry

Us Ki woh jane usey pas wafa tha ke na tha
Tum Faraz apni taraf se to nibhate jate..

Doosron ko hamari sazaayen na de,
Chandni raat ko bad’duyain na de,
Phool se aashqui ka hunar se

KaLaai Na PaKrra KaRo Na Hi Pass Aaya Karo,

SAJNA BaaT Ch0oriyon Ki Nahi JaZbaT MacHaL JaTey heI

A Code Of Morals - Poem by Rudyard Kipling
Now Jones had left his new-wed bride to keep his house i

Ehsas_e_Muhabbat Ki Mithaas Se Mujhe Agah Na Kar..

Ye Wo Zehr Hai Jo Mein Pehley Bhe Pe Chuka Ho

On sunny slope and beechen swell,
The shadowed light of evening fell;
And, where the maple's leaf

Chotha Musheer
FOURTH COUNCILOR

Torh Uss Ka Rumatul Kubra Ke Aewanon Mein Dekh

Aal-e-Ceaser K

BETWEEN the poles of the conscious and the unconscious, there has the mind made a swing:
Thereon ha

Ye Ehl_e_Hijr Ye Raaton Ko Jaagnay Waalay..
Ye Khud Say Door Kahee'n Zindagi Guzarte Hen..

I knew that a baby was hid in that house,
Though I saw no cradle and heard no cry;
But the husba

Ik sehmi sehmi si aahat hai, ik mehka mehka saya hai
Ehsaas ki is tanhai mein yeh raat gaye kon aya

aaKHiri Tis aazmane ko
ji to chaha tha muskurane ko

yaad itni bhi saKHt-jaan to nahin
ek gha

Tonight I can write the saddest lines.

Write, for example,'The night is shattered
and the blue s

Gungunatay Hue Anchal Ki Hawa Deh Mujh Ko
Ungliyaan phair Ke BAloon Main Sulla Deh Mujh Ko

Jis T

Tere Lafzon Mein Wo Tafseel Kahan

Apni Aankhon Se Kaho Baat Krein

Qareebtar hy jo Zehan-o-khayal mein mery Mohsin!

wohi hy door,
bht door !!
aasman ki tarah..

Dil Kahin Aur dastkhat Kahin Aur !!
Kya Kehte Hain Aise Nikah ko logo !!

Jheel kinaarey kankar phainkoon
yaar ki yaadain gin kar phainkoon

koi sath nahin hai aabi
risht

Let's go see Old Abe
Sitting in the marble and the moonlight,
Sitting lonely in the marble and the

Kehdo un parhne walon se,
Kabhi hum bhi parha kertay thay,
Jitna syllabus parh k wo top kertay hai

Urdu Poetry

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