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Aik Chand Tanha Khara Raha, Mere Aasman Se Zara Parey

Aik Chand Tanha Khara Raha, Mere Aasman Se Zara Parey
Mere Saath Saath Safar Me Tha, Meri Manzilon Se Zara Parey

Teri Justuju Ke Hassar Se, Tere Khuwab Tere Khayal Se
Mein Wo Shakhs Hun Jo Khara Raha, Teri Chahaton Se Zara Parey

Kabhi Dil Ki Baat Kehi Na Thi, Jo Kehi To Wo Bhi Dabi Dabi
Mere Lafz Poore To The Magar, Teri Sama’ton Se Zara Parey

Tu Chala Gaya Mere Hamsafar, Zara Dekh Murr Ke Tu Ik Nazar
Meri Kashtiyan Hai Jali Hui, Tere Sahiloon Se Zara Parey…!!

Latest Urdu Poetry

ye aarazuu thii tujhe gul ke ruu-ba-ruu karate
ham aur bul_bul-e-betaab guftaguu karate


payaam

Main yeh kis ke naam likhoon jo alam guzr rahe hain,
Mer shehr jal rahe hain mere log mar rahe hain

Whenever Auntie moves around,
Her dresses make a curious sound,
They trail behind her up the floor

zarorat tor deti hai gharur-o-be niazi ka."
na hoti koi majbori tu hr banda "KHUDA"Hot
(ALAMA IQBA

KoI RiShta Na HotA To Wo KhaFa KyOn HotA HuM SaY...
Ye Be RuKhi Un Ki MuhaBBat Ka PatA DetI HaI...

Nidamat ke charaaghon se badal jaati hain taqdeerain,
Andheri raat ke aansu khuda se baat karte hai

Over hill, over dale,
Thorough bush, thorough brier,
Over park, over pale,
Thorough flood, thorou

خبرِ تحیرِ عشق سن، نہ جنوں رہا، نہ پری رہی
نہ تو تُو رہا

Abhi to shikaytain hain dil badnaseeb se,
Ik din kisi ko dekh liya tha qareeb se,
Us ke baghair bh

Khuda nay dost ko dost say milaya.
Doston k liye dosti ka rishta banaya.
Par khuda nay farmaya,
d

Tum wahan ho, yahan nahin ho tum,
Gham hi gham hain, jahan nahin ho tum,
Ab kisi aur simt dekhta h

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

Udas Shamon Ki SisKiyon Main, ,
Kabhi Jo Meri Awaz Sun Lo, ,
To Beete Lamhon Ko Yad Karke, ,
Inhi

Dil Paak nahi to Paak Ho Sakta Nahi Insaan,
Warna Ibles ko bhi aate The Wusoo Ke Fraiz Bohat...!

Drinking my tea
Without sugar-
No difference.

The sparrow shits
upside down
--ah! my brain &

Bhala gardish e Falak falak chain deti hai kisay Ansha !
Ghaneemat hai kah hum soorat yahan do chaa

,,,Nahin Hota Kabhi Jo Rabita Uss Se Mera,,,

,,,MoHSiN,,,

,,,Main Khud Mein Doob Jata Hon, W

Rasman Hi Aa K Pochta Haal-e-Dil,,,

Kuch Is Mein Us Ki Zaat Ka Nuqsan To Na Tha...

Suno!
Wo Kehta Hy K Tm Badal Gaye Ho,
Suno!
Wo Ye Ni Manta K M Ni Tm Badl Gaye Ho,
Manty Han Hm

Tum Jab Aao Gi Khoya Hua Pao Gi Muje

Meri Tanhai Mein Khwabon Ke Siwa Kuch Bi Nahi

Mere Kamre

Urdu Poetry

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