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Gham-e-Zindagi Teri Rah Me

Gham-e-Zindagi Teri Rah Me
Shab-e-Arzoo Teri Chah Me
Jo Ujarr Gaya Wo Basa Nahi
Jo Bichar Gaya Wo MiLa Nahi

Jo Dil_O_Nazar Ka Suroor Tha
Mery Paas Reh K Bhi Door Tha
Wohi Ek Gulaab Umeed Ka
Meri Shakh-e-Jaan Py Khila Nahi,

Mera Hamsafar Bhi Ajeeb Hai
Or Ajeeb-Tar Hon Me Aap Bhi,
Mujhy Manzilon Ki Khabar Nahi
Use Raston Ka Pata Nahi,

PasS-e-Karwan
Sar-e-RahGuzar
Main Shikasta-Paa Hon To Is Liye,
K Qadam To SaB Sy MiLa Liye Mera DiL Kisi Sy MiLa Nahi,

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Misaal-e-Sheesha Hain Hamein Tham Ke Rakhna,
Hum Tere Haath Se Chootay To Bikhar Jayn Ge…

Ankhon Se Meri Isliye Lali Nahi Jati, ,
Yadon Se Koi Raat Jo Khali Nahi Jati, ,
Tu Mangay To Ye Ja

siine meñ sulagte hue lamhāt kā jañgal
kis tarah kaTe tāroñ-bharī raat kā jañgal

haa

ARCTURUS brings the spring back
As surely now as when
He rose on eastern islands
For Grecian girl

I speak of love that comes to mind:
The moon is faithful, although blind;
She moves in thought s

aata hi nahin hone ka yaqin kya baat karun
hai dur bahut wo KHwab-nashin kya baat karun
kya baat

Mere Khudaa Mujhe Itanaa To Mo'atabar Kar De
Mai.N Jis Makaan Me.N Rahataa Huu.N Us Ko Ghar Kar De

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

A crazy man that found a cup,
When all but dead of thirst,
Hardly dared to wet his mouth
Imaginin

Jaankar unko, hai is baat ko jaana humne,
kis kadar palat-te hain yeh khud ko dost kehne wale.

Tu Ne Kya Dekha Nahin Maghrib Ka Jumhoori Nizam

Chehra Roshan, Androon Changaiz Se Tareek Tar!

?Kiun Rakhoon Main Apne Qalam Main Sayahi?!?
?Jab Koi Armaan Dil Main Machalta Hi Nahi?!?
?Na_Jane

All the birds have flown up and gone;
A lonely cloud floats leisurely by.
We never tire of lookin

From childhood's hour I have not been
As others were; I have not seen
As others saw; I could not b

Khuli aankhon se saari umar dekha,
Ik aesa khawb jo apna nahi tha,
Tum ne kon si achaayi ki hai,

Ankh ka kajal hon teri na roya kar itna

Rone se teri mit'ta hai wajood mera

Phryne had talents for mankind,
Open she was, and unconfin'd,
Like some free port of trade:
Merch

Mein Pee Kar Nahi Behakta, Usey Dekh Kar Behakta Hoon,,
Itna Bta Sharab Haram Hui Ya WO

DILON Se Meher-O-Wafaa Aankh Se Hayaa Nikle,
To Aese Sheher Ki Galiyon Mein Koi Kya Nikle,

Pak

Matilda Jane, you never look
At any toy or picture-book.
I show you pretty things in vain
You mus

Urdu Poetry

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