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Karb Chehre Se Maah-o-saal ko Dhoya jaaye,

Karb Chehre Se Maah-o-saal ko Dhoya jaaye,
Aaj Fursat se Kaheen Beth k Roya jaaye,

Phir kisi Nazm ki Taameer Uthai jaaye,
Phir kisi Jism ko Lafzon Mein Samoya jaaye,

Kuch to ho Raat ki Sarhad Mein utrney Ki Saza,
Garam Suraj ko Samundar Mein Daboya jaaye,

Itni jaldi to Badalte Nahi Hoon Ge Chehre,
Gard-aalood hain Aayino ko Dhoya jaaye,

Mout se Khauf-zada, Jeeney se Be-zaar hain Log,
Aise Moqay pe Hansa jaaye Ya Roya Jaaye...

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Thay Deyaar No Zameen O Aasmaa Mere Liye
Wusat Agosh Madar Ik Jahan Mere Liye

Thi Har Ik Junbish

“O WOODMAN, spare that block,
Oh gash not anyhow!
It took ten days by clock,
I'd fain protec

sham apni be-maza jati hai roz
aur sitam ye hai ki aa jati hai roz
koi din aasan nahin jata mera

paDta tha is KHayal ka saya yahin kahin
bahta tha mere KHwab ka dariya yahin kahin
jaane kahan h

December Ki Bheegi Shamon Main Kali Lambi Raaton Me
Teri Yaad Humare Sath Ho To Shamen Yunhi Guzar

Hum bhi hon ge ap ke dil mein magar,
Magar ik bhoolay huye qissay ki tarah,
Kabhi jo na baant pao

The nights have grown cool again, like the nights
Of early spring, and quiet again. Will
Speech di

Muhabbaton Pe Bahut Itmaad Kiya Karna,
Bhula Chuke Hain Ussay Phir Se Yaad Kiya Karna,

Wo Be-W

OVER the meadows, and down the stream,

And through the garden-walks straying,
He plucks the flow

ankhon me jo tehreerain theen!
honto pay vo bol na thay...

Hum thay us k pyar k aashiq!
Bas hat

Dabaa ke qabar main sab chal diye, na dua na sallam,
Zaraa si dair main kya ho geyaa zamaane ko..

Huwi EID, Sub Ne Pehnay Turb-o-Khushi K Jaame ,

Na Huwa, K Hum Bhi Badlain Ye Libaas Sogwaaraa'n

On the white throat of useless passion
That scorched my soul with its burning breath
I clutched

Rishton Ki Kehkashan Sar-e-Bazar Bech Kar, ,
Ghar Ko Bacha Liya Dar-o-Deewar Bech Kar, ,
Shohrat K

Hum Jo Tootay To Is Tarah Tootay!

Jaisay Haathon Say Gir Kay Pathar Per
Koi Shafaaf Aaina Toot

Be glad your nose is on your face,
not pasted on some other place,
for if it were where it is not,

Tanhaiyoun K Dard Se Khoob Waqif Tha Wo Faraz
Phir Bhi Dunia Main Mujhe Tanha Banaya Usne

Tujhe izhar-e-Mohabbat Say Agar Nafrat Thee,
Tu Nay HonTon Ko Laraznay Say To Roka Hota
Bay Niazi

Unfunny uncles who insist
in trying on a lady's hat,
--oh, even if the joke falls flat,
we share

Ye Saal Bhi Aakhir Beet Gaya
Koi Haar Gaya, Koi Jeet Gaya
Ye Saal Bhi Aakhir Beet Gaya
Kabhi Sapn

Urdu Poetry

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