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kese ko de k dil koe nawa

کسی کو دے کے دل‘ کوئی نوا سنجِ فغاں کیوں ہو؟
نہ ہو جب دل ہی سینہ میں‘ تو پھر منہ میں زباں کیوں ہو؟

وہ اپنی خو نہ چھوڑیں گے‘ ہم اپنی وضع کیوں چھوڑیں!
سبک سر بن کے کیا پوچھیں کہ ’’ ہم سے سر گراں کیوں ہو؟‘‘

کیا غمخوار نے رسوا‘ لگے آگ اس محبت کو!
نہ لاوے تاب جو غم کی‘ وہ میرا راز داں کیوں ہو؟

وفا کیسی؟ کہاں کا عشق؟ جب سر پھوڑنا ٹھہرا
تو پھر‘ اے سنگ دل! تیرا ہی سنگِ آستاں کیوں ہو؟

قفس میں‘ مجھ سے رودادِ چمن کہتے‘ نہ ڈر ہمدم!
گری ہے جس پہ کل بجلی‘ وہ میرا آشیاں کیوں ہو؟

یہ کہہ سکتے ہو: ’’ ہم دل میں نہیں ہیں؟‘‘ پر یہ بتلاؤ
کہ جب دل میں تمھیں تم ہو‘ تو آنکھوں سے نہاں کیوں ہو؟

غلط ہے جذبِ دل کا شکوہ‘ دیکھو‘ جرم کس کا ہے!
نہ کھینچو گر تم اپنے کو‘ کشا کس درمیاں کیوں ہو؟

یہ فتنہ‘ آدمی کی خانہ ویرانی کو کیا کم ہے؟
ہوئے تم دوست جس کے‘ دشمن اس کا آسماں کیوں ہو؟

یہی ہے آزمانا‘ تو ستانا کس کو کہتے ہیں!
عدو کے ہو لیے جب تم‘ تو میرا امتحاں کیوں ہو؟

کہا تم نے کہ ’’ کیوں ہو غیر کے ملنے میں رسوائی‘‘
بجا کہتے ہو‘ سچ کہتے ہو‘ پھر کہیو کہ ’’ ہاں‘ کیوں ہو؟‘‘

نکالا چاہتا ہے کام کیا طعنوں سے تو؟ غالبؔ!
تیرے بے مہر کہنے سے‘ وہ تجھ پر مہرباں کیوں ہو؟

Latest Urdu Poetry

Zindagi Hai Mukhtasir, Khawahishen Behisab Rakhti Hun
Jo Tanz Kare Mujh Pe, Faslay Darmiyan Rakhti

HOME from the daisied meadows, where you linger yet -
Home, golden-headed playmate, ere the sun is

Mere Pukhta Iraday Khud Meri Taqdeer Badlain Ge IQBAL

Meri Qismat Mohtaaj Nahi Hathon Ki Lakeeron

Bicharnay Ke Zamaanay Aagaye Hain
Ose Kitnay Bahaanay Aagaye Hain
Udaasi Mein Ghar Se Rehtay Thai

Kisi Ne Toote Howe Phool Se Pocha, ,
Jab Tumhe Tora gaya To Bohat Dard Howa Hoga, ,
Phool:: mai Ap

Muhbaton mein yahi khoaf ky0un musalat rehta hy,

Kahin Mere siwa kisi aur se to muhbat nhi usy.

Phir Gayi Aap Ki Do Din Mein Tabeeyat Kaisi
Ye Wafa Kaisi Thi Saahab Ye Murawwat Kaisi

Dost Ahba

As I perceive
I am dying now and know
I will not speak again, will not
survive the earth, be summ

I was tired of being a woman,
tired of the spoons and the post,
tired of my mouth and my breasts

nind aai na khula raat ka bistar mujh se
guftugu karta raha chand barabar mujh se
apna saya use

Ye Dua Hai Meri K Tujh Par Koi Aanch Na Aye

Tu Mehfooz Rahe Seep Main Band Moti Ki Tarha...

Zakhm par chhidken kahan tiflaan-e-be-parwa namak,
kya maza hota agar patthar mein bhi hota namak.

Mujhko aap apna aap dijiyega,
aur kuchh bhi na mujh se lijiyega.

Aap bemisl, bemisaal hun main,

Stanza (22)

Khudkushi Shewa Tumhara, Woh Ghayoor-o-Khuddar
Tum Akhuwat Se Gurezan, Woh Akhuwat P

Is qadar pakeeza muhabbat ki hai tumse

Sar utha ke dekha bhi to Sirf paon tak

No, Time, thou shalt not boast that I do change.
Thy pyramids built up with newer might
To me are

koi mansab koi dastar nahin chahiye hai
shahzadi mujhe darbar nahin chahiye hai
aaKHiri ashk se

Payam e Aish o Ishrat Humain Sunata Hai
Hilal e Eid Hamari Hassi Urrata Hai

پیامِ عیش و

Each day with so much ceremony
begins, with birds, with bells,
with whistles from a factory;
suc

Behold her, single in the field,
Yon solitary Highland Lass!
Reaping and singing by herself;
Stop

Urdu Poetry

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