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Halat kay qadmon pay qalandar nahe girta

حالات کے قدموں پہ قلندر نہیں گرتا
ٹوٹے بھی جو تارا تو زمیں پر نہیں گرتا

گرتے ہیں سمندر میں بڑے شوق سے دریا
لیکن کسی دریا میں سمندر نہیں گرتا

سمجھو وہاں پھل دار شجر کوئی نہیں ہے
وہ صحن کہ جس میں کوئی پتھر نہیں گرتا

اتنا تو ہوا فائدہ بارش کی کمی کا
اس شہر میں اب کوئی پھسل کر نہیں گرتا

انعام کے لالچ میں لکھے مدح کسی کی
اتنا تو کبھی کوئی سخن ور نہیں گرتا

حیراں ہے کئی روز سے ٹھہرا ہوا پانی
تالاب میں اب کیوں کوئی کنکر نہیں گرتا

اس بندۂ خوددار پہ نبیوں کا ہے سایہ
جو بھوک میں بھی لقمۂ تر پر نہیں گرتا

کرنا ہے جو سر معرکۂ زیست تو سن لے
بے بازوئے حیدر در خیبر نہیں گرتا

قائم ہے قتیلؔ اب یہ مرے سر کے ستوں پر
بھونچال بھی آئے تو مرا گھر نہیں گرتا

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بیانِ حال مفصّل نہیں ہوا اب تک
جو مسئلہ تھا وہی

Wo Keh Ke Chalay Itni Mulaqat Bohot Hay
Maine Kaha Ruk Jao Abhi Raat Bohot Hay
Aansoo Mere Thum

Byaan kar un se mera haal e dil


Mohsin

Wo shaks ye na samjay k us ki yad nahin Aati

Har Kisi Ko Kab Bhala Youn Mustrad Karta Hoon Main?
Tu Hai Khush Qismat Agar Tujh Se Hasad Karta H

Suno Tum Khwaab Ho Mere...!
Suno Tum Khwaab Na Hona...!

Yaadon ka hisaab rakh raha hoon,
Seenay main azaab rakh raha hoon,

Tum kuch kahe jaao kya kahoon

When I have seen by Time's fell hand defaced
The rich-proud cost of outworn buried age;
When somet

Kehna hi para un ko, shayari phaarr kar hamari.
Kambakht ki har baat, mohabbat se bhari hai...

Umar Bhar Yahi Bhool Krta Raha Ghalib
Dhool Chehre Pa Ti Saaf Aina Karta Raha

Kon rota hai kisi aur ki khaatir aye dost,
Sab ko apni hi kissi baat pe rona aaya..

Haya Ki Shokhiyon Se Uthtay Uthtay Jhuk Gein..

Meri Qismat Mein Un K Teer Bhi Aaye Kamaan Ho Kar

jitni shiddat say tumne mujhe zakhm dya hai FARAZ
Itni shiddat say maine tumhe chaha kahan tha

'- you know, I've either had a family, a job, something
has always been in the
way
but now
I've

Ab wapsi ka koi rasta momkin hi nahi Mohsin

Hum mohabbat me nikal choke hain aansoo ki tarhan

Sapurd-E-Khaak Kr Dala Teri Aankhon Ki Masti Ne,

Hazaaron Saal Jee Lete Agar Tera Deedar Na Hota.

Apni yad rakhnay ko kuch tou jan-e-man day do
Apni muskurahatain apna bholapun day do
Apni ankhain

Na Janay Kese Dukh Ka Paish Khema Kal Sabit Hua,

Tera Hansta Hua Chehra, Meri Rooti Hui Aankehin.

Bari Be-Chain Rehti Hai Tabiyat Ab Meri Mohsin

Mujhe Ab Qatal Hona Hai Magar Qatil Nahi Milta...

Haqeeqat To Ban Na Saka Me
Chalo Ab Dastaan Hi Sahi...

Kehtay Ho: "Na Den Ge Hum, Dil Agar Para Paaya"
Dil Kahaan Ke Gum Keejay, Hum Ne Muddua Paaya
Ishq

Urdu Poetry

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The Urdu poetry collection of Ghalib and Iqbal are researched, read and shared by masses worldwide.The modern Urdu poets possess a progressive and practical state of mind that is far from the narration of female beauty and romance. Urdu Ghazals has been associated with emotions earlier, but now the trends are changing to give it a completely new domain of expression. Many Urdu poets become popular because of their Romantic poetry include Ghazal Ahmed Faraz, Habib Jalib, Sagar Siddiqui, Muneer Niazi, Mohsin Naqvi, Farhat Abbas Shah and many others.

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