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Khud ko is dil main basanay ki ijazat day do,

Khud ko is dil main basanay ki ijazat day do,
Mujh ko tum apna bananay ki ijazat day do,

Tum meri zindagi ka ek haseen lamha ho,
Pholon say khud ko sajanay ki ijazat day do,

Mein kitna chahta hon kis tarah bataon tumhein,
Mujhey yeh batanay ki ijazat day do,

Tumhari raat si zulfon mein chand sa chahra,
Yeh jaan tum phir lutanay ki ijazat day do,

Nahin shoq Saqib ko bhool ka magar,
Mujhey yeh duniya bhool janay ki ijazat day do

Latest Urdu Poetry

Likhna To Tha Ke Khush hun Tere Baghair Bhi,

Aansu Magar Qalam Sey Pehle Hi Gir Gaye…

Lamha lamha raat Bhar ankhon mein utri Chandni

Thi teri rukhsaar si ujli woh nikhri chandni
Ya

Azaab_e_Deed main Aankhain Laho Laho ker kay,
Main Shramsar howa Teri Justjoo ker kay,

Suna ha

(Hey the truth might hurt so I'm tellin' you now that you better not ask me)
Hey you better not ask

Jo Waqat Baqi Hai Ik Sham Mein Guzar Jaye
Main Zehar Itna Piyoun Sara Shehar Mar Jaye

Udaasiun

Mohabbat munfarid Meri Tamanna chaar soo teri..!!

Magar Tum ho kabi usS ky kabi isS ky Siwaa Mer

Dil-Jall0n Ki Eid Kesi?? Dard Bhari Hayaat Kya...
Terey Sang Eid Manaa0'n Meri Ye Auqaat Kya...

Aye Shoq Ki Bebaqi, Wo Kya Teri Khawahish Thi
Jis Par Unhe Gussa Hai, Inkaar Bhi Hairat Bhi...

Saans lene se bhi teri yaad aati hai,
Har saans mein teri khushboo bas jati hai,

Kese kahoon ki

When the people
have won a victory
whether small
or large
do you ever wonder
at that moment
wh

Wasi Shah

Ek Teri Khamoshi Jala Deti Hai Mere Dil Ko

~~ Wasi ~~

Baki Sub Bateen Achi H

Mujh Se Ye Log Kehte Hain, ,
Kahan Dil Chor Aye Ho, ,
Bohat Chup Chaap Rehte Ho, ,
Na Bante Na Sa

Me Gurezaan Hun Mohabbat Se To Sabab Kuch Or Hain

Warna Hai Kon Jo Chaahat Ka Talab-Gaar Nahi

but-KHana toD Daliye masjid ko Dhaiye
dil ko na toDiye ye KHuda ka maqam hai

haare hue logon ki kahani ki tarah hain
hum log bhi bahte hue pani ki tarah hain
duniya tere hon

Mil mil ke bicharrna mujhe accha nahi lagta
Per tum ko bhi paane ka raasta nahi milta

Tere khalo

Hasil e zindagi hasraton k siwa kuch b nahi..
Ye kia nahi wo hua nahi ye mila nahi wo raha nahi.

SWING yo' lady roun' an' roun',
Do de bes' you know;
Mek yo' bow an' p'omenade
Up an' down de flo

Dil Toot Bhi Jaye To Mohabbat Nahi Mitti
Is Raah Mein Me Lut Kar Bhi Khasara Nahi Hota…

Jab pyaar nahin hai to bhulaa kyun nahin dete,
Khat kis liye rakhhe hai jalaa kyun nahin dete,
Kis

Urdu Poetry

Urdu Poetry – Poetry is the language of heart. Emotions and feelings take the shape of words and are delivered in a poetic manner. Urdu poetry draws its existence from past 18th and 19th century which are rich in tradition and composed in various forms. Most of the Urdu poetry derives from Arabic and Persian origin. From time immemorial, Urdu poetry has been written and narrated by renowned poets of all times. Urdu poetry is enriched with such true emotions and feelings. It has been observed that Urdu poets in the past used to say poetry that depicts and highlights the social, cultural issues of their era.

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