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Leave Me A Place Underground - Poem by Pablo Neruda

Leave me a place underground, a labyrinth,
where I can go, when I wish to turn,
without eyes, without touch,
in the void, to dumb stone,
or the finger of shadow.

I know that you cannot, no one, no thing
can deliver up that place, or that path,
but what can I do with my pitiful passions,
if they are no use, on the surface
of everyday life,
if I cannot look to survive,
except by dying, going beyond, entering
into the state, metallic and slumbering,
of primeval flame?
Pablo Neruda

Latest Urdu Poetry

How little you bested
............Or fill the fixed mind with all your toys!
Dwell in some idle br

Ata Hai Yad Mujhko Guzara Hua Zamana
Wo Bag Ki Baharen Wo Sab Ka Chah-Chahana

Azadiyan Kahan Wo

Meri Muhabatain bhi ajeeb then meara Faiz bhi tha kamal par

Kabhi sub kuch mila bina Talab kabhi

k koi deewana kahta hai koi pagal samajhta hai,
magar dharti ki be-chaini bas badal samajhta hai,

jite-ji ke aashna hain phir kisi ka kaun hai
nam ke apne hua karte hain apna kaun hai
jaan-e-jaa

Mera Us Sheher-e-Adawat Me Baseraa Hai Jahan
Log Sajdon Me Bhi Logon Ka Bura Sochte Hain...

The Health-Food Diner
No sprouted wheat and soya shoots
And Brussels in a cake,
Carrot straw and

Iss taraf se guzre they qaafile bahaaron ke,
Aaj tak sulagte hain zakhm raahguzaaron ke,
Khalvaton

Juz Tere Koi Bhi Din Raat Na Janay Mere
TU Kahan Hai Magar, Ay Dost Puraanay Mere ?

TU Bhi Khush

Koi ayat aisi mil Jaye

Main wird karon Tu mil jaye

Mehfil ar’aa they magar phir kam‘numaa ho geya they,
Dekhtey hi dekhtey hum kya se kya ho gaye

And a youth said, "Speak to us of Friendship."

Your friend is your needs answered.

He is you

Faqat Batain Andheron Ki Mehan Qissay Ujaalon Ke,

Chiragh-e-Aarzu Lay Kar Na Tum Nikle, Na Hum N

Main chaahta hun ke ik haseen ladki..
Mere ishq mein khud kushikar le

Ye Aansuon Ki Zakat Mujh Pe Hi Farz Kiun

Wo Bhi To Kuch Adaa Kare Muhabbat Usy Bhi Thi...

Kisi na kisipe aitbar ho jata hai,
Ajnabi koi shaks yaar ho jata hai,

Khubiyo se nhi hoti mohaba

So little giv'n at Chapel Door!--
This People doubtless must be poor:
So much at Gaming thrown awa

Nazar ke samne rehna nazar nahin aana,

Tere

On almost the incendiary eve
Of several near deaths,
When one at the great least of your best love

Ku-Ba-Ku Phail Gai Baat Shanasai Ki
Us Ne Khushbu Ki Tarah Meri Pazirai Ki

Kaise Keh Dun K Mujhe

Urdu Poetry

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