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Jab tera hukm mila tark mohabbat kar di,

Jab tera hukm mila tark mohabbat kar di,
Dil magar is pe woh dharrkaa ke qayamat kar di,
Tujh se kis tarah main izhaar-e-tamanna karta,
Lafz soojha to maani ne baghawat kar di,
Main to samjha tha ke laut aate hain jane wale,
Tu ne ja kar to judayi meri qismat kar di,
Mujh ko dushman ke iraadon pe bhi pyar ata hai,
Teri ulfat ne mohabbat meri aadat kar di,
Pooch betha hoon main tujh se tere kuchay ka pata,
Tere halaat ne kesi teri surat kar di,
Kya tera jism tere husn ki hiddat main mubtlaa,
Raakh kis ne tere sonay ki si rangat kar di..

Latest Urdu Poetry

nazar aa rahe hain jo tanha se hum
so yun hai ki bhar pae duniya se hum
na parwa hamein haal-e-b

A saint about to fall,
The stained flats of heaven hit and razed
To the kissed kite hems of his sh

Hasrat se dekhty rahay maazi ko is tarah,
Jaisy k laot aiengay jo din guzar gaye...

Wafa Kise Kehte Hai, Ye To Mujhe MaLoOm
Nahi......!!
DOST.
Yun Chor Jana Wafa Hai, To KhoOb Ni

Bechain bohat phirna ghabraye huye rehna,
Ik aag si jazbon ki dehkaaye huye rehna,
Chalkaaye huye

"Thin Rain, whom are you haunting,
That you haunt my door?"
—Surely it is not I she's wanting;

aankhon pe wo zulf aa rahi hai
kali jadu jaga rahi hai
zanjir jo khaDkhaDa rahi hai
wahshat ky

A field of cotton--
as if the moon
had flowered.


Translated by Robert Hass
Matsuo Basho

Yeh Mojeza Bhi Mohabbat Kabhi Dikhaye Mujhe
Ke Sang Tujhpe Gire Aur Zakhm Aay Mujhe

Woh Mera Dos

Nigah-e-Yaar K Pardon Mey Hey Ada Kesi..!
Sitam Kesa Karam Kesa, Jafa Kesi,
Wafa Kesi..!

Ye

I've got the children to tend
The clothes to mend
The floor to mop
The food to shop
Then the chi

Word reaches us

that you are sleeping, sleeping.

Dismayed

we have turned to the sea.

We

Chalo Usy Dil He Dil Mein Chahen..

Suna Hai Dil Ko Dil Se Raah Hoti Hai..

اس عہد میں الٰہی محبت کو کیا ہوا
چھوڑا وفا کو ان نے مروت

AS when the last of the paid joys of love
Has come and gone; and with a single kiss
At length, a

Jo judai mile to woh hai ghum,
Jo dair se mile to woh hai paisa,
Jo kisi kisi ko mile woh hai pyar

Mujhey talash hai uski jo merey jaisa ho

Merey khulus ko pehchanta ho bus kafi hai
Who koi bhi h

In tattered robes that hoard a glittering trace
Of bygone colours, broidered to the knee,
Behold

Kon Rota Hai Yahan Raat Ke Sannaton Mein
Mere Jesa Hi Koi Ishq Ka Mara Ho Ga
Kam Mushkil Hai Mgar

Tasawwar Me Zaroor Aao,
Mager Tairna To Seekho,
Tum Aksar Doob Jate Ho,
Mere Ashkon Ke Pani Me

Urdu Poetry

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