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I Love You - Poem by Nazim Hikmet

I love you
like dipping bread into salt and eating
Like waking up at night with high fever
and drinking water, with the tap in my mouth
Like unwrapping the heavy box from the postman
with no clue what it is
fluttering, happy, doubtful
I love you
like flying over the sea in a plane for the first time
Like something moves inside me
when it gets dark softly in Istanbul
I love you
Like thanking God that we live.
Nazim Hikmet

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Chaha Ke Yeh Aasmaan Hamara Hota
Khwahishon Ka Koi Kinara Hota,
Yeh Soch Kar Na Roka Uss Musafir K

Kon Kehta Hai Nafraton Me Dard Hai Mohsin

Kuch Muhabbatein Bhi Bari Aziyat Naak Hoti Hain...

Ye Kafi Hai Keh Ham Dushman Nahi Hain
Wafadari Ka Dawa Kyun Krein Ham

OUT of the noise of tired people working,
Harried with thoughts of war and lists of dead,
His beau

"Jo Krte Hyn "MOHABBAT" Wo Kbhi Staya
Ni Krte"

"Dete Hyn"JAAN" mgar Azmaya Ni Krte"

"Har Hal

kya jaane kis ki pyas bujhane kidhar gain
is sar pe jhum ke jo ghaTaen guzar gain
diwana puchhta

Meri Dastaan ka Urooj Tha Teri Naram Palkoon ki Chaon Me,
Mere Saath Tha Tujhe Jaagna Teri Aankh K

chhat ki kaDiyan jaanch le diwar-o-dar ko dekh le
mujh ko apnane se pahle mere ghar ko dekh le
c

Dil dard ki shidat se hoon gashta wasi para,
Is sheher mein mein phirta hai ik wehshi o awaara,
Sh

Bhaley Faraib Men Kese Phnsaa Gya Mujh Ko
Laga Jo Shakhs Haqeeqat Men Parsaa Mujh Ko

Yh Kesa Pya

Aasshiqi me “mir” jaise khawb mat dekha karo,
Baavle ho jaaoge mahtaab mat dekha karo,
Jasta j

Kon Kehta Hai K Muhabbat Barbaad Karti Hai, ,
Aray Koi Karne Wala Ho To Dunya Yaad Karti Hai, , , ,

Ghanney darakht ke neechey sulaa ke chorr geya,
Ajeeb shakhss tha sapney dikhaa ke chorr geya,
Yeh

Hum ko kis ke gham ne maara yeh kahani phir sahi,
Kis ne torra dil hamara yeh kahani phir sahi,
Di

Hui hai shaam to ankhon main bass geya phir tu,
Kahaan geya hai mere sheher ke musaafir tu..

Haqeeqat Se Bohat Door Thin Khawahishen Meri

Phir Bhi Khawahish Thi K Ek Khawab Haqeeqat Hota...

Abhi iss taraf na nigaah kar main ghazal ki palken sanvaar loon,
Mera lafz lafz ho aayina tujhe aay

Mera Ishq Sailab Mera Hi Khoon-e-Jigar Hai,
Mein Lehron Se Poochta Raha Mera Sahil Kidhar Hai,
Na

Barson k intazar ka Aanjaam likh Diya,
kagaz py sham kat k Phr sham likh Diya,

bikhri pari thi

W0 Mera H0ga T0 L0at Aaega Aik Din Mere Pas.
Hum Jis Se Pyar Krty Hen Usy Qaid Nahi Krty.

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