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Agar tumhain ho qubol janaN

Agar tumhain ho qubol janaN
falak k tabinda chaand taarey
ye waadiyon k gulaab saray
agar kaho to bana don saary

tumhary qadmon ki dhool janaN
agar tumhain ho qabol janaN
tumhari Aankhon ko jaam likhen
Tumhari nazar se salam likhen

Aur apny dil k haseen warq pe
faqat tumhara hi naam likhen
jahan k har ek naghme ko
tumhara tarz e kalaam likhen

agar ijazat ho hum bhi kar len
ye piyaar ki ek bhool janaN
Agar tumhen ho qubol janaN !!

Latest Urdu Poetry

All those times I was bored
out of my mind. Holding the log
while he sawed it. Holding
the string

Dasny Lagy Hain Khawab Magr Kis Se Boliey
Janti The Paal Rahi Hon Sapoliey!

Bas Ye Hova K Us Ne

Sundar komal sapnoN ki baaraat guzar gayi jaanaaN
Dhup aNkhon tak aa pahuNchi hai raat guzar gayi j

Ishq Qatil Se Bhi Maqtool Se Hamdardi
Bhi
Ye Bata Kis Se Muhabbat
Ki Jaza Maangay Ga
Sajda Khali

Wo Ek Insan Jo Soya He Nhi Barson Sy Raaton ko...

Agar Uski Waja Tum ho?
To kia Zalim Nhi Ho T

I leave you, ye cold mountain chains,
Dwelling of warriors stark and frore!
You, may these eyes

I had a little nut-tree,
Nothing would it bear.
I searched in all its branches,
But not a nut was

baat bas se nikal chali hai
dil ki haalat sambhal chali hai
ab junun had se baDh chala hai
ab

Tum aao to hum bhi EID karen
Hasrat hai tumhari deed karen

Kuch der to dil ko chain mily
Kuch r

Stand up against governments, against God.
Stay irresponsible.
Say only what we know & imagine.
A

Rang-E-Mosam Hai or Baad-E-Sabaa.,
Shehr Koochon Men Khaak Uraati Hai...

Farsh Par Kaghaz Urrt

Ku-Ba-Ku Phail Gai Baat Shanasai Ki
Us Ne Khushbu Ki Tarah Meri Pazirai Ki.. ....

Orange blossoms blowing over Castile
children begging for coins

I met my love under an orange tr

Baat Din Ki Nahi, Ab Raat Se Dar Lagta Hai...
Ghar Hai Kacha Mera, Barsaat Se Dar Lagta Hai...

T

chalte hue mujh mein kahin Thahra hua tu hai
rasta nahin manzil nahin achchha hua tu hai

tabir

Mujhey guman hai k chaha
hai bohut zamanay ne mujhey.
Main azeez to sab ko hon magar
.
.
.
Zar

The mist has left the greening plain,
The dew-drops shine like fairy rain,
The coquette rose awa

GO(D) knows, my Martial, if we two could be
To enjoy our days set wholly free;
To the true life to

Barson ke baad dekha ek shakhs dilruba sa,
ab zehen mein nahi hia par naam tha bala sa,

abaroo k

Laga Khanjar Jo Seeny Per Howy Kiya Kiya Riha Qaidi..

Hazaron Hasratien Niklen Jo Darwaza Khula

Urdu Poetry

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