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DEIGN, Prince, my tribute to receive,

DEIGN, Prince, my tribute to receive,
This lyric offering to your name,
Who round your jewelled scepter bind
The lilies of a poet's fame;
Beneath whose sway concordant dwell
The peoples whom your laws embrace,
In brotherhood of diverse creeds,
And harmony of diverse race:

The votaries of the Prophet's faith,
Of whom you are the crown and chief
And they, who bear on Vedic brows
Their mystic symbols of belief;
And they, who worshipping the sun,
Fled o'er the old Iranian sea;
And they, who bow to Him who trod
The midnight waves of Galilee.

Sweet, sumptuous fables of Baghdad
The splendours of your court recall,
The torches of a Thousand Nights
Blaze through a single festival;
And Saki-singers down the streets,
Pour for us, in a stream divine,
From goblets of your love-ghazals
The rapture of your Sufi wine.


Prince, where your radiant cities smile,
Grim hills their sombre vigils keep,
Your ancient forests hoard and hold
The legends of their centuried sleep;
Your birds of peace white-pinioned float
O'er ruined fort and storied plain,
Your faithful stewards sleepless guard
The harvests of your gold and grain.

God give you joy, God give you grace
To shield the truth and smite the wrong,
To honour Virtue, Valour, Worth.
To cherish faith and foster song.
So may the lustre of your days
Outshine the deeds Firdusi sung,
Your name within a nation's prayer,
Your music on a nation's tongue.
Sarojini Naidu

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Hum Ko JunuN Kya Sikhlate Ho Ham The PareshaaN Tum Se Zeyaada

Chaak Kiye Hain Hamne Azizon Chaar

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


payaam

Tu Ne Nafrat Se Jo Dekha To Mujhe Yaad Aya
Kese Rishte Teri Khatir Yunhi Tor Aya Hun

Kitne Dhund

Farigh To Na Bethy Ga Mehshar Mein Janoo'n Mera,
Ya Apna Girebaan Chaak, Ya Daaman-E-Yazdaa'n Chaak

kaha tha us ne mohabbat ki aabru rakhna
chubhe hon kitne bhi kanTe gulon ki KHu rakhna
dilon ko

Main kaisy laroon muqadma khud se us ki bewafai ka,
DOST. . .
ye dil bhi waqeel us ka,ye jaan bh

Tum Beshak Le Lo Jaan Meri,

Be-chain Rakho Din Raat Mujhe,

Tarsaya Kro Tarpaya Karo,

Chahe

Jis Din Band Karli Maine Ye Ankhain, ,
Us Din Sab Ankhon Se Ansu Barsain Gay, ,
Jo Kehte Hain Ke B

ہم کہاں اور تم کہاں جاناں
ہیں کئی ہجر درمیاں جاناں

را

Kya sochty rehty ho sada raat gaye tak,?
Kis qarz ko karty ho adaa raat gaye tak..?

Thak haar

Khatm Tha Hum Pe Muhabat Ka Tamasha Goya,,,

Ruuh Aur Jism Ko Har Roz Juda Krte The,,,

Aayine se pardah kar ke dekha jaye,
Khud ko itna tanhaa kar ke dekha jaye,
Hum bhi to dekhen hum k

Bara dushwar hota hai,
Zara sa faisla karna,
Ke jeevan kahani ko,
Yahan be_zubani ko,
Kahan se y

Hum pr tumhari chaah ka

Ab to Aawaz Bhi do gy to nhi ayn ge

Totny waly qyamat ki ana rakhty hain

KOI TO HOTA....
mai jis k dil ki kitaab benta
mai jis ki chahet ka khawab benta
mai hijr k mosem

Me Apne Aap Se Barh Ker Kissi Ko Kio Chahon ga!
Mujhhi Pe Khatam Hai Kissa Meri Muhabbat Ka!

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

Wohi es nazar mein hain koub uter waly

JO seeno py hain barchiyaan khany waly
Shikan kash pr jay

Baadshah Tere Asaab Pe Taari Main Thi,
Wo Bhi Din Thay K Teri RaaJ-kumaari Main Thi.

Ye Bhi Su

Urdu Poetry

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