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Autumn Day

Lord: it is time. The summer was immense.
Lay your shadow on the sundials
and let loose the wind in the fields.

Bid the last fruits to be full;
give them another two more southerly days,
press them to ripeness, and chase
the last sweetness into the heavy wine.

Whoever has no house now will not build one
anymore.
Whoever is alone now will remain so for a long
time,
will stay up, read, write long letters,
and wander the avenues, up and down,
restlessly, while the leaves are blowing.
Rainer Maria Rilke

Latest Urdu Poetry

Μere Dost Αaj Jo Jaldi Jago gay,
Αur Apna Phone Uthaa-O-Gay,
Νaye Saal Ki Ρehali Shubkamanaay

عرضِ نیازِ عشق کے قابل نہیں رہا
جس دل پہ ناز تھا مجھے، و

Yehi Nahi Ke Toofan Meri Talaash Mein Hai
Ke Mausam-e-Gham-e-Jaanan Meri Talaash Mein Hai
Visaal R

Death be not proud, though some have called thee
Mighty and dreadfull, for, thou art not soe,
For,

Mein Jab Bhi Chahon, Usey Chu Ke Dekh Sakti Hun,

Mager Wo Shakhs Ke Lagta Hai Ab Bhi Khuwab Jesa

Pani ki bondain phulon ko bhiga rahi hai
Thandi lehren ek tazgi jaga rahi hai,
Ho jaye aap b inme

Lay me down beneaf de willers in de grass,
Whah de branch 'll go a-singin' as it pass.
An' w'en I'

Rahon pe nazar rakhna honton pe dua rakhna,
Aa jaye koi shayed darwaza khula rakhna,
Ehsaas ki sha

Tumharey Chand Se Chehrey Pey Gham Achey Nahi Lagtey,,

Humein Keh Do K Chaley Jao, Jo Hum Achey N

juda honey k mausam mai juda hona bhi parhta hai
jisey mushkil se paya ho usey khona bhi parhta hai

Sirf Tere Haathon Ko Choomon Teri Bait Chaahoon
So Dar Chhor Ke Teri Ik Haseen Karaamat Chaahon
Th

Cool black night thru redwoods
cars parked outside in shade
behind the gate, stars dim above
the

zara si der mein kashkol bharne wala tha
mera KHuda mujhe KHush-haal karne wala tha
tu aa gaya h

Qissa Abhi Hijjab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,
Mein Aap, Woh, Janab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Muddat Huwi K

Hai Aashaqi Me Rasm Alag Sab Se Bethna,
But Khana Bhi, Haram Bhi, Kaleesa Bhi Chor Day...

Soda_G

Barbaad ho k Yaar k Dill mein mili jagah,

Abaad ker gai Barbaadiyan mujhe,,

Rog Aise B Gham-E-Yaar Se Lag Jate Hain
:
Dar Se Uthte Hain To Dewaar Se Lag Jate Hain
:
Be-

Zulf Raaton C Hai Rangat Hai Ujaalon Jesi,
Par Tabiyat Hai Wohi Bhoolney Walon Jesi….
Dhoondta P

Hath Dia Us Ne Mere Hath Mein,
Main To Wali Ban Gya Ek Raat Mein,

Ishq Karo Gay To Kamao Gay N

Allah Se Kare Dor Tu Taleem Bi Fitna
Imlak Bi Aulad Bi Jager Bi Fitna
Nahaq Ke Liye Uthe Tu Shamsh

Urdu Poetry

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