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Har Ek Maqaam Se Aage Guzar Gaya Maah e Nau..

Har ek maqaam se aage guzar gaya mah-e-nau,
kamaal kis ko mayasar hua hai be-tag-e-dau.
Nafas ke zor se woh ghuncha wa hua bhi toh kya,
jise naseeb nahin aaftaab ka partav.
Nigaah paak hai teri toh paak hai dil bhi,
ki dil ko haq ne kiya hai nigaah ka pairav.
Panap saka na khayaabaan mein lala-e-dil soz,
ki saazgaar nahin ye jahaan-e-gandum-o-jau.
Rahe na aibak-o-ghauri ke maarke baaqi,
humesha taaza-o-sheerin hai naghma-e-khusro. !!

Latest Urdu Poetry

Tu Mujh Se Doori Barhane Ka Shoq Poora Kar

Meri Bhi Zid Hai, Tujhe Har Dua Mein Mangun Ga…!

Aray is khawab ko parre karlo
Mai jo dekhonga toot jayega

ارے اس خواب کو پرے

Mehfil k rang aur hote Tanhaian kash na hoten
Itne be rang na hote Judaian kash na hoten

Aisa eh

Khuda Jaane tumhaare zehan mein kya hai?
Mere baare mein tum kya sochti ho keh nahi sakta ..

Mag

Elm branches radiate green heat,
blackbirds stiffly strut across fields.
Beneath bedroom wood floo

The tumult in the heart
keeps asking questions.
And then it stops and undertakes to answer
in

Behind the blameless trees
old fate slowly builds
her mute countenance.
Wrinkles grow there . . .

Waqt Ne Beet Hi Jana Tha Aur
Waqt Gaya Hai Beet Ni Maye

Baqi Sary Rishte Jhoote
Sachi Teri Pare

Kaam Aa Saken Na Apni Wafayen Tu Kya Krein

Us Bewafa Ko Bhol Na Jayen Tu Kya Krein

Zikr uss pari-wash ka aur phir bayaan apna,
ban gaya raqeeb aakhir tha jo raazdaan apna.

Mayy wo

I do not know what brought me here
Away from where I’ve hardly ever been and now
Am never likely

Wasted, wasted minutes that couldn't be worse,
minutes of a barbaric condescension.
--Stare out

Baat Din Ki Nahi, Ab Raat Se Dar Lagta Hai...
Ghar Hai Kacha Mera, Barsaat Se Dar Lagta Hai...

T

Woh humsafar tha magar us say humnawaayi na thi,
Ke dhoop chaaon ka alam raha judaayi na thi,
Na a

Consumed with grief I am, I get relief in no way
O circumambient waters of the Ganges drown me

O

Na tha kuchh to khudaa tha, kuchh naa hota to khudaa hota,

Dubayaa mujhko honay ne, na hota main

Rach gayi khushbu mein gul-andaam*, saman brr*,
Tikti nahin nazar ke ussay dekhun nazar bhar,
Woh

Firaaq-e-deeda hoon main vasl-e-yaar baaqi hai,
Khizaan-raseeda chaman ki bahaar baaqi hai.

To jhuka jhuka k nazar kion milayee jati hay,
Banaa banaa k tamanna mitayee jaati hay,

Tarah tar

Qafly Raakh huwe..!! Dasht'e'Junoon mein kitny..!!

Kash k khushiyon ki Tarha..!! Dard B Hijrat k

Urdu Poetry

Urdu Poetry – Poetry is the language of heart. Emotions and feelings take the shape of words and are delivered in a poetic manner. Urdu poetry draws its existence from past 18th and 19th century which are rich in tradition and composed in various forms. Most of the Urdu poetry derives from Arabic and Persian origin. From time immemorial, Urdu poetry has been written and narrated by renowned poets of all times. Urdu poetry is enriched with such true emotions and feelings. It has been observed that Urdu poets in the past used to say poetry that depicts and highlights the social, cultural issues of their era.

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