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Men Yunhi Shoq Me Kab Tak Use Pukara Krun,,

Men Yunhi Shoq Me Kab Tak Use Pukara Krun,,
Wo Mera He Ya Nhi He, Ab Kya Istikhara Krun ??

Kaha He Us Ne K Men Har Roz Aaon Ga,,
Kya Men Us k Ley Rozana Ghar Sanwara Krun ??

Tamam Log Dekhte Hen Nazar Bhar K Use,,
To Q Na Roz Me Uski Nazar Utara Krun !!

Jo Ban Gay Hen Mere Ley
Wabaal-e-Jan,,
Men Sochti Hun K Un Sab Se Ab Kinara Krun !!

Wo Meri ZINDGI He or Dusron K Sath Rahe,,
Ye Be_rukhi men Bhala Kis Trah Gawara Krun ???

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Udaas rut mein basad ehtemaam aagaye hain
In aaNsuoN ko saleeqay tamaam aagaye hain

Agar na

Dear Rose, as I lately was writing some Verse,
Which I next Day intended in School to rehearse,
My

nazar aa rahe hain jo tanha se hum
so yun hai ki bhar pae duniya se hum
na parwa hamein haal-e-b

LOVE - what is love? A great and aching heart;
Wrung hands; and silence; and a long despair.
Life

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

Tang aa chuke hain kashmakash-e-zindagi se hum,
Thukraa na dain jahaan ko kahin be-dili se hum,
Ma

Meri Hasrat Ke Janaze Ko Uthane Wale, ,
Kitne Bedard Hain Ye Log Zamane Wale, ,
Koi Apna Nahi Matl

A mountain was saying this to a squirrel
'Commit suicide if you have self-respect

You are insign

The laws of science teach us a pound of gold weighs as
much as a pound of flour though if dropped

Rat gehri hai dar bhi saktey hain
Hum jo kehtey hain kar bhi saktey hain

Aap jo roothey to itna

Diyaar-e-dil ki raat mein charagh sa jala gaya,
Mila nahi to kiya huwa wo shakal to dikha gaya,

I
Tonite I walked out of my red apartment door on East tenth street’s dusk—
Walked out of my

Hum Karen Baat Dalilon Se To Radd Hoti Hai,
Us K Hoonton Ki Khamoshi Bhi Sanad Hoti Hai,

Saans

at har tum ne ishq kiya kuchh tum bhi kaho kya haal hua
koī nayā ehsās milā yā sab jaisā ahv

"Once...Once upon a time..."
Over and over again,
Martha would tell us her stories,
In the haz

Hai ishq to phir assar bhi hoga,
Jitna hai idhar, udhar bhi hoga,
Maana yeh ke dil hai us ka patha

Is qadar qemti to na tha mera chain-o-Sakon Faraz
Loot kr lay gya wo kissi anmol khazany ki tarah..

Are Tum Bi Nikle Ho Wafa Ki Talash Main

Yaqeen Mano Nahi Milti, Nahi Milti, Nahi Milti

Na Shaair Hon Main, Na Sha'oor-e-Ishq Mujh Ko

Main To Likhta Hon K Haal-e-Dil Bayan Kar Sakon"

Bheegi Hui Ek Shaam Ki Dehleez Pe Bethe

Me Dil K Sulagne Ka Sabab Soch Raha Hun

Duniya Ki To A

Urdu Poetry

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