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Kuch Muskurahatain Udhaar Mangnii Hain Zindagi Se Mujhe

Kuch Muskurahatain Udhaar Mangnii Hain Zindagi Se Mujhe
Eid Aane Wali Hay Mujhe Rasmain Nibhani Hain..

کچھ مسکراہٹیں ادھار مانگنیں ھیں، زندگی سے مجھے
عید‬ آنے والی ھے، مجھے رسمیں نبھانی ھیں

Kuch Muskurahatain Udhaar Mangnii Hain Zindagi Se Mujhe

Kuch Muskurahatain Udhaar Mangnii Hain Zindagi Se Mujhe
Eid Aane Wali Hay Mujhe Rasmain Nibhani Hain..

کچھ مسکراہٹیں ادھار مانگنیں ھیں، زندگی سے مجھے
عید‬ آنے والی ھے، مجھے رسمیں نبھانی ھیں

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Jab Tak Na Lage Bewafayi Ki Thokar Dil Ko, ,
Har Kisi Ko Apni Pasand Par Bohat Naaz Hota Hai, , , ,

Pani ki bondain phulon ko bhiga rahi hai
Thandi lehren ek tazgi jaga rahi hai,
Ho jaye aap b inme

Phir itne may0os kyun h0 us
ki bewaFayi par Faraz,
Tum khud hi t0h kehte thay k
w0h sab se Juda h

Koi Taveez Aisa Do K Me Chalaak Ho Jaun
Bohat Nuqsan Deti Hai Mujhe Ye Sadagi Meri...

Sanson ka pinjara kisi din toot jayega,
Phir musafir kisi rah mein choot jayega!

Abhi sath hai t

When I am dead, my dearest,
Sing no sad songs for me;
Plant thou no roses at my head,
Nor shady c

When wise Ulysses, from his native coast
Long kept by wars, and long by tempests toss'd,
Arrived

Dard phail jaye to,
Aik waqt aata hai,
Dil dharakta rehta hai,
Aarzu guzeedon k hausle nahi chalt

Ye Naam Mumkin Nahi Rahay Ga, Muqaam Mumkin Nahi Rahay Ga
Gharoor Lehjay Mein Aa Gaya Tou Kalaam Mu

The stream is shrunk--the pool is dry,
And we be comrades, thou and I;
With fevered jowl and dusty

Tumharey Aks ko Aankhon mein Ham Tasveer kar Letey,
Zara jo Tum Thehar jatey
Koi Tadbeer kar Let

The shallows –
a crane’s thighs splashed
in cool waves
Matsuo Basho

Sabaq aesa parrhaa diya tu ne,
Dil se sab kuch bhula diya tu ne..

Tis glorious morning everywhere
Save where the alleys lie—
I see the fleecy steam jets bid
“G

Aflaak se aata hai naalon ka jawaab aakhir,
karte hain khitaab aakhir uthte hain hijab aakhir.
Ahw

Aadat Hi Bana Li Hai Is Shahar Ke Logon Ne
Andaaz Badal Lena, Awaaz Badal Lena

Duniya Ki Muhabba

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

hamare samne kuchh zikr ghairon ka agar hoga
bashar hain hum bhi sahab dekhiye nahaq ka shar hoga

Isi Main Khush Hun Mera Dukh Koi To Sahta Hai
Chali Chalun Ki Jahan Tak Ye Sath Rahta Hai

Zamin-

HALF a league, half a league,
Half a league onward,
All in the valley of Death
Rode the six hu

Urdu Poetry

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