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Ajnabi khawhishen seene me dabaa bi na sakoon,

Ajnabi khawhishen seene me dabaa bi na sakoon,
Aese zidii hain parinde ke urraa bhi na sakoon,
Phoonk daalunga kisi roz main dil ki duniya,
Ye tera khat to nahin hai ke jalaa bhi na sakoon,
Meri ghairat bhi koi shai hai ke mehfil me mujhe,
Uss ne is tarah bulaaya hai ke jaa bhi na sakoon,
Phhal to sab mere darakhton ke pakke hain lekin,
Itni kamzor hain shaakhain ke hilaa bhi na sakoon,
Ik na ik roz kahin dhoond hi loon ga tujh ko,
Thokren zeher nahin hain ke main khaa bhi na sakoon..

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Dekha mujhe toh tarke taluk ke bawajood .
woh muskura diya yeh hunar bhi usi ka tha.,.

Ro parra hoon to koi baat hi aesi ho gi,
Main ke waqif tha tere hijr ke adaab se bhi..

Beth jaata hai woh jab mehfil main aa ke saamne,
Main hi hota hoon uss ki iss adaa ke samne,
Tez t

Bus Jeeny K Layaq Na Chore Gi
Aur Kya Kar Le Gi Yad Teri...?

As down Mount Emerald at eve I came,
The mountain moon went all the way with me.
Backward I looked

Aye Zindagi Bata Tu Meri Kiya Lagti Hai,
Kabhi Mujh Se Razi To Kabhi Khafa Lagti Hai,
Itna Dard

Jaur se baaz aaye par baaz aayen kya,
kehte hain hum tujh ko munh dikhlaayen kya.

Raat din gardi

Waarasta uss se hain ki mohabbat hi kyon na ho,
keeje humare saath adaawat hi kyon na ho.

Chhoda

we are always asked
to understand the other person's
viewpoint
no matter how
out-dated
foolish

Wehshatain Barhti Gayin Hijr Ke Aazaar Ke Saath
Ab Tou Ham Baat Bhi Kartay Nahi Gham Khwaar Ke Saat

Sada’ay Ghaib
Mar Ke Ji Uthna Faqat Azad Mardon Ka Hai Kaam

Garcha Har Zee Rooh Ki Manzil

BEHOLD, as goblins dark of mien
And portly tyrants dyed with crime
Change, in the transformation s

Wafaa Ke Baab Mein iLzaam-e-Aashiqui Na Lia
Ke Teri Baat Ki Aur Tera Naam Bhi Na Lia
Khusha Wo Loo

Zindgi Apni Ab Bari Mushkil Hogaee Hai
Apnon Se Ab Bari Nafrat Ho Gaee Hai
Abhi Zinda Hain Tau Tau

Mary didn't give birth to God.
Mary isn't the mother of God.
Mary is one mother among many mothers

Tumhare zehan me janaa !
,
ye kesay aa gai sochain ?
,
K tum ko chhorr dun ga main !
,
Mohbt

YOU say I should not think upon her now:
But then I have stood beside her listening,
And watched

Meri Har Baat Ko Ulti Woh Letay Hain..
Ab Ki Bar Pocha To Keh Dunga Haal Acha Hai..

Kat gaye darakht magar taluq ki bat thi

Bethe rahe zameen par parinde tamam raat

Taskeen Na Ho Jis Se Wo Raaz Badal Dalo
Jo Raaz Na Rakh Paye Hamraaz Badal Dalo

Tum Ne B Suni Ho

Urdu Poetry

Urdu Poetry – Poetry is the language of heart. Emotions and feelings take the shape of words and are delivered in a poetic manner. Urdu poetry draws its existence from past 18th and 19th century which are rich in tradition and composed in various forms. Most of the Urdu poetry derives from Arabic and Persian origin. From time immemorial, Urdu poetry has been written and narrated by renowned poets of all times. Urdu poetry is enriched with such true emotions and feelings. It has been observed that Urdu poets in the past used to say poetry that depicts and highlights the social, cultural issues of their era.

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