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Is Dil me Salamat hy ab tak Wo Shokhi-e-Lab wo Hraf-e-Wafa,

Is Dil me Salamat hy ab tak
Wo Shokhi-e-Lab wo Hraf-e-Wafa,

Wo Naqsh-e-Qadam wo Aks-e-Hina
So bar jisy choma Hum ne,

Is Dil me Salamat hy ab tak,
Wo Gard-e-Alm wo Deeda-e-Num,

Hum jis me chupa ker rakhty thy,
Tasweer Bikharti Yaadon ki,

Zanjeer pighalty Waadon ki,
Poonji Nakam Iradon ki,
Ay teiz Hawa Naraz na ho,

Is Dil me Salamat hy ab tak,
Kuch Rezy Naram Sawalon k,
Kuch Dar Anmol khayalon k,

Ek Sacha Roop HaQiqat ka,
Ek JHOOTA Lafz MUHABAT ka.

Latest Urdu Poetry

A BLANKET low and leaden,
Though rent across the west,
Whose darkness seems to deaden
The brighte

Duniya Mein Kaun Kaun Na Yak Baar Ho Gaya
Par Munh Phir Is Tarf Na Kiya Us Ne Jo Gaya

Phirti Hai

KHala ke jaisa koi darmiyan bhi paDta
phir is safar mein kahin aasman bhi paDta

main choT kar

Usne kaha tha k Tumhari aankhein bohat Roshan hain
Mein kuch soch kar hans pari

Us bekhabar ko

Woh mujhe bhool bhi to sakta Hai !!
Main uska Emaan to nahin hon na !!
:'(
Poet ~~~~
Murad khan

In jheel si gehri aankhoon main ik sham kahin aabad to ho

is jheel kinaray pal do pal
ik khawab

Teri Tishnagi Mein Choor Hain Hum,
Aaj Tak Nahin Kaha Aapse
To Ye Mat Samajhna Maghroor Hain Hum,

I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a cr

Zindagi se badi koi saza hi nahin,
aur kya jurm hai pata hi nahin.

Jadd do chaandi mein chaahe s

And this will be all?
And the gates will never open again?
And the dust and the wind will play aro

A Person Who Laughs More

And

Makes Others Laugh

Would Be Having

A Thunder Storm Sadness

Tare asman me chamkte hain
Badal itni dur hai fir bhi barste hain

Hum bhi kitne nadan hain
Aap

Is doar rasm ki mehfil mai haq kehne ka dastoor nahi

Mai is dastoor ko badlonga Ye baat batane ay

sukut-e-shab se ek naghma suna hai
wahi kanon mein ab tak gunjta hai
ghanimat hai ki apne gham-z

THERE is wind where the rose was,
Cold rain where sweet grass was,
And clouds like sheep
Stream o

Lift the veil
that obscures
the heart

and there
you will find
what you are
looking for
Kab

Barishon k mausam main..
Wo jo apnay kamray ki..
khirkyon ko band kr k..
Baadlon k janay ka..

mishal-e-ummid thamo rahnuma jaisa bhi hai
ab to chalna hi paDega rasta jaisa bhi hai
kis liye s

Agar Yon Hi Ye Dil Satata Rahega
To Ik Din Mera Ji Hi Jata Rahega

Main Jata Hun Dil Ko Tere Pas

Dil Main Afsos Aankhon Main Nami Si Rehti Hai
Zindagi Main Shaid Koi Kami Si Rehti Hai
Muj Se Roth

Urdu Poetry

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