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Kab thehre ga dard aye dil kab raat bassar hogi,

Kab thehre ga dard aye dil kab raat bassar hogi,
Suntay thay woh aayen ge suntay thay sehar hogi,
Kab jaan lahuu hogi kab ashk guhar hoga,
Kis din teri shunvaayi ae deedaa-e-tar hogi,
Kab mehke gi fassl-e-gull kab behke ga maii-khaana,
Kab subhh-e-sukhann hogi kab shaamm-e-nazzar hogi,
Waayez hai na zahid hai naseh hai na qaatil hai,
Ab shehr main yaron ki kis tarah bassar hogi,
Kab tak abhi raah dekhen ae qaamat-e-jaanana,
Kab hashar muyayyan hai tujh ko to khabar hogi..

Latest Urdu Poetry

You hear the sound of carols from afar.
Bright bulbs and tinsel, cinnamon and cloves.
Beyond a hil

HaQeeQat Se Bohaaaaaaat Door Hai Khawahish Meri,

Phir Bhi Khawahish Hai, K Ek Khawab HaQeeQat Ho

Once more the Heavenly Power
Makes all things new,
And domes the red-plowed hills
With loving blu

Iss Naye Saal Mein Khusiyun Ki Brsatein Hun
Pyaar Ky Din Or Muhabbat Bhaari Raatein Ho
Ranjishein

Dar-o-dewaar pe shaklain si banane aayi,
Phir yeh barish meri tanhayi churaane aayi,
Zindagi baap

“Faraz” Ab Koi Souda Koi Junoon Bhi Nahi
Magar Qaraar Se Din Kat Rahe Hon Yun Bhi Nahi

Lab-o

Suno yu’n umar ghat’ti hai,
Bohat socha nahin karte,
Mohabbat karke aayina,
Bohat dekha nahin

The name the Gallic exile bore,
St. Malo! from thy ancient mart,
Became upon our Western shore
Gr

Badli Jo Rut Gharoor Key Gard O Ghubaar Ki
Dastar Khul Gayi Tere Jhoote Waqar Ki

Hum Nay Kaha Na

By an Evolutionist

The Lord let the house of a brute to the soul of a man,
And the man said, ‘

Abar Barsa Na Hawa Taiz Chali hai ab K . . .
Kitni Veraan Teri Yaadon Ki gali hai ab K . . .

S

Phele mai or tum the ab hum ho gaye
wo mere zakhmo ka marham ho gaye..

jab se unse meri shana sa

Bana gulab to kantay chubha gaya aik shakhs,
Hua chiragh to ghar hi jala gaya aik shakhs,

Tamam

Chaandii jaisa rang hai tera, sone jaise baal
Aek tu hi dhanvaan hai gori, baqi sab kangaal

Har

Ab Kisi Ko Nahi Rukhsat Karna
Laut'te Hi Nahi Chor K Jane Wale...

Karoon ga kya jo mohabbat main ho geya nakaam,
Mujhe to aur koi kaam bhi nahin aata..

Thus, then, did the Achaeans arm by their ships round you, O son
of Peleus, who were hungering for

Rab rab karde budhe ho gaye, Mulla Pandat saray,
Rab da khooj khurra na Lubha, Sajde kar kar haare,

Na hamsukhan se, na maiN hamzabaaN se poochhooNga

MaiN apnay ghar ka pataa laamakaaN se poochhoo

Ek Shakhs Ko Deakha Tha
Taron Ki Tarha Hamney

Ek Shaks Ko Chaaha Tha
Apnon Ki Tarha Hamney

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Urdu Poetry

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