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Aik din bahroon k phool murjha jayeenge,

Aik din bahroon k phool murjha jayeenge,
jab bhule se kabhi hum yaad aayeenge,
ahsas hoga tumhein humari dosti ka jab,
duur bahat duur hum tum se chale jayeenge!

Latest Urdu Poetry

Jab se yeh peghaam mila hai,
Jaana’n! tum aaney wali ho,
Mausam ne sarey ghar ki tarteeb badal k

Main Marjaon to Mere Sirhane Na Bithana Usko..
Bohat Tasalli Dena Bohat Pyar se Samjhana Usko..,

Devouring Time blunt thou the lion's paws,
And make the earth devour her own sweet brood,
Pluck th

Thou who shalt stop, where Thames' translucent wave
Shines a broad Mirror thro' the shadowy Cave;

Oh, come, my lad, or go, my lad,
And love me if you like.
I shall not hear the door shut
Nor t

farzanon ki is basti mein ek ajab saudai hai
kis ke liye ye haal hai us ka kaun aisa harjai hai

I come and stand at every door
But none can hear my silent tread
I knock and yet remain unseen

Hoti Hai Laakh Ghamon Ki Dawa Neend Bhi Magar,,,

Hote Hain Aise Gham Bhi Jo Sone Nahe Dete,,,

Tumhe Bhulne Mai Mujhe Waqt Lagega, ,
Or Wohi Kuch Waqt Zindagi Hai Meri, , , , ,

A tall, slight, English gentleman,
With an eyeglass to his eye;
He mostly says “Good-Bai” to y

Barey mukhtasar se haroof main Mujhe Gehri baat bata Geya
k wo khwab sa koi shakhs tha jo Sehar se

Ek hunar hai jo kar gayaa huuN maiN
Sab ke dil se utar gayaa huuN maiN

Kaise apnii haNsii ko zab

And one of the elders of the city said, "Speak to us of Good and Evil."

And he answered:

Of

Elaaj dard-e-dil tum se maseeha ho nahin sakta,
Tum acha kar nahin sakte, main acha ho nahin sakta.

Mai Sheher-e-Fana Hon Tere Kis Kam Ka, ,
Ek Bujhta Sa Diya Hon Tere Kis Kam Ka, ,
Tu Rafaqat Keliy

Faqat ek baat kehna chahta hun
Teri ankhon main rehna chahta hun

Bohat jaag chuka hun tere hijr

Loving me with my shoes off
means loving my long brown legs,
sweet dears, as good as spoons;
an

Hum ko to gardish -e- halaat pe rona aya,
Rone wale tujhe kis baat pe rona aya,
Kese jeete hain ye

Aadtain uski thi bus mujhay jalanay wali..
Baat ki hans kay magar dil ko dukhanay wali..

Aajka

Aur zeyada bharrkatey ho tum to aag mohabbat ki,
Sozish-e-dil ko aye ashko, Kya khaak bhujana seekh

Urdu Poetry

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