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Ajeeb taur ki hai ab ke sargiraani merii

Ajeeb taur ki hai ab ke sargiraani meri,
Main tujh ko yaad bhi kar loon to meherbani meri,
Main apne aap me gehraa utar geya shayed,
Mere safar se alag ho gayi rawaani meri,
Bass ek morr mere zindagi me aaya tha,
Phir iss ke baad ulajhti gayi kahaani meri,
Tabaah ho ke bhi rehta hai dil ko dharrka sa,
Ke raayegaan na challi jaaye raigaani teri,
Main apne baad bohat yaad aaya karta hoon,
Tum apne paas na rakhna koi nishaani meri..

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apni sada ki gunj hi tujh ko Dara na de
ai dil tilism-e-gumbad-e-shab mein sada na de

diwar-e-

Kabhi iss tarah se bhi eid kar,
Abhi zid na kar dil-e-bekhabar,
Ke pass-e-hujoom sitam–giraan,

Har Morr Pe Mil Jaate Hain Hamdard HazaaroN

Shaayed Meri Basti Mein Adakaar Bohat Hain

Aaj Aaraish-E-Gesu-E-Dota Hoti Hai
Phir Meri Jaan Giraftar-E-Bala Hoti Hai

Hun Fareb-E-Sitam-E-Y

I
First Love

THOUGH nurtured like the sailing moon
In beauty's murderous brood,
She walked awh

Shair kisi ke hijr main kehnaa sirf visaal kisi se,
Hum bhi kya hain, dheyaan kisi ka aur sawal kis

Jab khuda ne tujhe banaya hoga,
ek aadha jaam to usne bhi lagaya hoga..

Aise hi nashili nahi ter

Kahin Tum Bhi Na Ban Jana Mazmun Kisi Kitab Ka....!!

Log Bary Shok Se Parhty Hain Qissy Bewafaon

Badal Jaate Hain Log Tanhaiyon Mein Akser,
Mohabbat Karke Bhi Kisi Se Jab Wafa Nahi Milti

Khudaariyon ke khuun ko arzaan na kar sake,
Hum apne jauhron ko numaayaan na kar sake,
Ho kr khara

the flesh covers the bone
and they put a mind
in there and
sometimes a soul,
and the women b

Tere Darwaaze pe meri DasTakeiN rah jaayeiNgee
Tere Dil meiN mere dil kee DharRkaneiN ra

Mein Ne Dekha Deewanon Ko Shaam Ke Baad
Dhoond Rahay Thay Weeranon Ko Shaam Ke Baad
Tareeki Phir S

Dil hijr ke dard se bojhal hai, ab aaan milo to behtar ho

Is baat se humko Kya matlab, yeh kaise

biphri lahren raat andheri aur bala ki aandhi hai
girdabon ne bhi ghera hai naw bhi TuTi-phuTi hai

Wo Saath Tha To Yaqeen Maano Jannat Thi Zindagi...
Ab To Har Saans Zinda Rehne Ki Wajah Poochti Ha

Main Lamhon Ko Waqt Ki Pukaar Deta Hoon..!
Isi Lagan Mein Kayi Shaamein Guzaar Deta Hoon..!

Main

Chaand nikle kisi jaanib teri zebaayi ka,
Rang badle kisi surat shab-e-tanhayi ka,
Daulat-e-lab se

I am poor and old and blind;
The sun burns me, and the wind
Blows through the city gate
And cover

Shiqwa Teri Yadon Se Istrha Kiya Hum Ne
Hanste Hanste Dil Ko Rula Diya Hum Ne

Ek Lamha Diya Tu N

Urdu Poetry

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