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Ja ke phir laut jo aye woh zamanaa kesa,

Ja ke phir laut jo aye woh zamanaa kesa,
Teri aankhon ne yeh chairra hai fasaana kesa,
Aankh sharamsaar-e-tamanna hai, tu vada kar le,
Chaal kehti hai ke ab laut ke aana kesa,
Mujh se kehta tha ke saaye ki tarah saath hain hum,
Yuun na milne ka nikaala hai bahaana kesa,
Khud bhi socha tha bohat, us ne bhi pucha tha bohat,
Haal jab khud hi na samjhe to sunaana kesa,
Tujh ko paanay ki havass thi, so kise maloom tha,
Apne hi aap ko kho bethen ge, paana kesa..

Latest Urdu Poetry

AnKhoo Sy Rim Jim AhSy BaraSti Hai...

JeSay ho Sawan Ka MaHena...!!

Saare rishte tabaah kar aya,
Dill-e-barbaad apne ghar aya,

Akhirash khoon thuukne se mian,
Baat

Meri chahatain tumse alag kab hain,
Dil ki batain tumse chupi kab hain,

Tum sath raho dil main d

Lagtaa nahin hai dil meraa ujday dayaar mein
kis ki bani hai aalam-e-naa_paayedaar mein

kah do

Khoob parda hai ke chilman se lage bethe hain,
Saaf chupte bhi nahi saamne aatey bhi naheen..

Lamha Bhar Apna Hawaon Ko Bananay Waalay
Ab Na Aayein Ge Palat Kar Kubhi Jaanay Waalay

Kia Milay

Tum jo hansti ho to pholon ki ada lagti ho,

Or chalti ho to ik bad -e-saba lagti ho,

Dono hato

BichhaR ke mujh se kabhi tu ne yeh bhi sochaa hai

Adhuuraa chaand bhi kitnaa udaas lagtaa hai

Kon aye ga yahan koi na aaya hoga,
Mera darwaaza hawaaon ne hilaaya hoga,
Dil-e-nadaan na dharrak

Iza-dehi ki daad jo paata raha hon main.
Har naaz aafren ko satata raha hon main.

Ay kaash kha

Kabhi gumaan, kabhi aetebaar ban ke raha

Dayaar e chashm mein wo intezaar ban ke raha

Hazaar

a jayen ham nazar jo koi dam bahut hai yan
mohlat basan-e-barq-o-sharar kam bahut hai yan
yak lahz

Juz Tere Koi Bhi Din Raat Na Janay Mere
TU Kahan Hai Magar, Ay Dost Puraanay Mere ?
TU Bhi Khushbu

chup-chap nikal aae the sahra ki taraf hum
chalte hue kya dekhte duniya ki taraf hum
pamal kiye

Hum Se Pochni Hai Tou Sitaron Ki Baat Pocho, ,
Khawabon Ki Baat Tou Wo Karte hain Jinhen Neend aati

mein kuch b nahin hoon tere liye
kuch tere liye mein ho jaon

tere dil men rahoon ankhon mein bas

I thought that my voyage had come to its end
at the last limit of my power,---that the path before

Yeh ajab qayamaten hain teri rahguzar main guzaari,
Na ho ke mar mittain hum, na ho ke jee uthain h

Mile kese sadiyon ki pyaas aur pani, zara phir se kehna,
Barri dilrubaa hai yeh saari kahani, zara

Roshni kar raha hai is dil mein,
Ik diya sa jala hai is dil mein,
Dar hai aankhen na phir chalak j

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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