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Dhanak Dhanak Meri Poron K Khawab Kar De Gaa,

دھنک دھنک مری پوروں کے خواب کر دے گا
وہ لمس میرے بدن کو گلاب کر دے گا

قبائے جسم کے ہر تار سے گزرتا ہوا
کرن کا پیار مجھے آفتاب کر دے گا

جنوں پسند ہے دل اور تجھ تک آنے میں
بدن کو ناؤ لہو کو چناب کر دے گا

میں سچ کہوں گی مگر پھر بھی ہار جاؤں گی
وہ جھوٹ بولے گا اور لا جواب کر دے گا

انا پرست ہے اتنا کہ بات سے پہلے
وہ اٹھ کے بند مری ہر کتاب کر دے گا

سکوت شہر سخن میں وہ پھول سا لہجہ
سماعتوں کی فضا خواب خواب کر دے گا

اسی طرح سے اگر چاہتا رہا پیہم
سخن وری میں مجھے انتخاب کر دے گا

مری طرح سے کوئی ہے جو زندگی اپنی
تمہاری یاد کے نام انتساب کر دے گا

Latest Urdu Poetry

You are my drunkenness...
I did not sober up, as if I can do that;
I don't want to anyway.
I h

Na jee bhar ke dekha na kuch baat ki,
Barri arzoo thi hum ko mulaaqat ki..

Tu Hans Raha Hai Mujh Pe Mera Haal Daikh Ker,

Or Phir Bhi Main Shareek Tere Qehqahon Main Hoon,

Like the moon her kindness is,
If kindness I may call
What has no comprehension in't,
But is the

Sajdon K Ewaz Firdous Mile Ye Bat Mujhe Manzoor Nahi
Be-Laus Ebadat Karta Hun Banda Hun Tera Mazdoo

Upon a bank, easeless with knobs of gold,
Beneath a canopy of noonday smoke,
I saw a measureless

poetry is motion graceful
as a fawn
gentle as a teardrop
strong like the eye
finding peace i

Main Agar Tumhe Jo
Sanwar Doon !

Tumhare Roz-o-Shab
ko Nikhaar Doon

Mera Thaam k
EHAD

DiL Mn Reh Kar
DiL Dukhaty Ho.....?
Apna Muqaam Dekho
0r Apny Kam Dekho.....

Bazzm-e-takallufaat sajaane main reh geya,
Main zindagi ke naaz uthaane main reh geya,
Taaseer ke

The gay young men and the love-sick girls,
and the abandoned widows suffering in sleepless deliriu

Nought loves another as itself,
Nor venerates another so,
Nor is it possible to thought
A greater

Mudaten Ho Gai Hain Khata Karte Hue

Sharam Aati Hai Ab To Dua Karte Hue...

Eyes tell, tell me, what you tell me,
telling something all too sweet,
making music out of beauty,

ZameEn k AstaanO Se Falak k ChanD TarOn Tak...!!

Koi Ehl-E-Wafa DhoOndo Agr Hum Be-Wafa Hain To0

Part of an entertainment presented to the Countess Dowager of
Darby at Harefield, by som Noble pers

Be Faiz Rfaqat Mai Smar Kis Ke Liye Tha
Jab Dhob Thi Qismat Tu Shjar Kis Ke Liye Tha
Pardes Mai So

Aap ko chehre se bhi beemaar hona chahiye,
Ishq hai to ishq ka izhaar hona chahiye,
Aap dariyaa ha

Na koi ilzaam, Na koi tanz, Na koi ruswai Mir,
din bohat hogaye yaron ne koi inayat nahi ki…….

Ab jo koi pooche bhi to us se kya sharaah-e-halaat kahen,
dil thehre to dard sunaayen dard thamme t

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