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Kash banane wale ne mujhe kitab banaya hota.

Kash banane wale ne mujhe kitab banaya hota.
Woh parhty parhty so jati mujhy seenay say lagaya hota,

Main ous k ghum main rota or rota he jata.
Os nay chupky say mujhy senay say lgaya hota.

Os ko dastaan suna suna k thak sa giya.
Kash uss nay b mujhy hal-a-dil sunaya hota.

Main oss ka naam leta or subho sham leta tha.
Hay afsos os ny mujhy 1 bar bolaya hota.

Main oss ki khatr tarapta raha sham o sehar ~Mohsin~
Arman na hota gar os ny 1 anso he bhaya hota.

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(Wasi Shah)
Wo Bohat Rakhta Hai Chahat Ki Namazon Ka Hisab
Wo To Ik Sajda Na Bakhshy Jo Qaza Hu Ja

Not one corner of a foreign field
But a span as wide as Europe;
An appearance of a titan's grave,

Chor Diya Hum Ne Hamesha K Liye Us Ki Arzoo Karna

Jis Ko Muhabbat Ki Qadar Na Ho Usy Duaaon Me Ky

Captain Hook must remember
Not to scratch his toes.
Captain Hook must watch out
And never pick

Hum bhi nayaab hua kartey they,
Kisi ka khawab hua kartey they,
Jinhe mein kher’andesh manta tha

Wo Tera Gham Tha K Taseer Mere Lahje Ki.
K Jis Ko Haal Sunatay Usay Hi Rula Detay...!!

Udaas Dil Ki Veeraniyon Mein Bikhar Gaye Hain Ghulab Saare,
Yeh Meri Basti Se Kon Guzra Nikhar Gaye

Dil Mein Bikhray Howay Jaalon Se Pareshaan Na Ho.
Mere Guzray Howay Saalon Se Pareshaan Na Ho.

Lahu se dil k kaghaz par Koi tehreer hoti hai
To ahl e dil smjhty hain Yahi taqdeer hoti hai

Tuj

I'll tell you something: every day
people are dying. And that's just the beginning.
Every day, in

Uski Aankhon Main Mohabbat Ka Sitara Hoga

Ek Din Aye Ga Wo Shakhs Humara Hoga,

Tum Jahan Mere

Moko Kahan Dhundhere Bande
Mein To Tere Paas Mein
Na Teerath Mein, Na Moorat Mein
Na Ekant Niw

Often have I swept the floor, the veranda, the yard
and all the passages of the house.
I do not kn

I must do as you do? Your way I own
Is a very good way, and still,
There are sometimes two strai

Tum haqiqat nahi ho hasrat ho
Jo mile khaab meN wo daulat ho

MaiN tumhare hi dam se zinda huN

Farewell to the Highlands, farewell to the North,
The birth-place of Valour, the country of Worth;

hum bhi badal gae teri tarz-e-ada ke sath sath
rang-e-hina ke sath sath shoKHi-e-pa ke sath sath

Herbert Glerbett, rather round,
swallowed sherbet by the pound,
fifty pounds of lemon sherbet
wen

Kaha Us Ne EiD AA Rahi hai.
Kaha Main Ne Teri yaad Rulla Rahi hai.

Kaha Us Ne EiD Manaoo Gy..?

Lakh mismaar kiye jayen zamaane wale,
Aa hi jaate hain neya sheher basaane wale,
Us ki zad pr woh

Urdu Poetry

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