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Meri ankhon me najane kia parh raha tha

Meri ankhon me najane kia parh raha tha
Shaid uss me apna naam parh raha tha
Yee daikh kar uss ka wajood bhi kanp otha
Mujh pe beti hoi jab dastan parh raha tha
Judai ki afat bhi usi waqt hi ai thi
Jab wo mere hath ki lakerain parh raha tha
Pal bhar k lie bhi kia use meri yaad na ai
Uss shajar par likha jab apna naam parh raha tha
Shaid yakeen aa hi gea tha mere piar par use
Jab lahoo se likha mera khat parh raha tha
HUSSNAIN mehsos ho rahi thi use apni zaat bhi
Mere sene ki jab wo dharkan parh raha tha

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A sunny day's complete Poussiniana
Divide it from itself. It is this or that
And it is not.
By me

Usne sukoot-e-shab mein bhi apna payaam rakh diya
Hijr ki raat baam per maah-e-tamaam rakh diya

Shokhiyaan chorr di us ne abb ke,
Har rang main udaasi ghulti ja rahi hai,
Uss roothne wale se kah

Safar-e-Manzil-e-Shab Yaad Nahi
Loog Rukhsat Huye Kab Yaad Nahi
Awwaleen Qurb Ki Sarshaari Mein
K

Tumhain Hardam Fasurda Dekhkar Aksar Mein Rota Hoon
Kayi Din Kay Liye Apni Pareshani Mujhe Daydo

Qurb key na wafa key hote hain
sary jhagre ana key hote hain

Wo humara hai is tarha se faiz
jai

HERE where the roses blossom, where vines round the laurels are twining,
Where the turtle-dove call

Nahin ke tere ishaare nahin samajhta main,
Samajh to leta hoon saare nahin samajhta main..

Kaash Kabi mujh sy
Wo Ye keh day...
Aao k main tanha hon Teri tarha Teray liye...

Ab to un ki yaad bhi aati nahin,
Kitni tanha ho gayin tanhaayiyan..

a cuckoo cries
and through a thicket of bamboo
the late moon shines
Matsuo Basho

Dard Se Khelna Seekh Gaye Hum,

Bewafai Ko Jhelna Seekh Gaye Hum..

Hum Kya Batayn Hume Zindagi

Since yesterday had throw me and bolt,
Today has hurt my heart even more.
The autumn wildgeese hav

Bright star, would I were steadfast as thou art! -
Not in lone splendour hung aloft the night,
An

KaLayiyaN wO HayiL HaiN Kisi AuR Ki BaNHoN MaiN...!!

KHaReeD RaHay Ho TuM JiN KaY Leay EiD Ki cHO

Tu Badalta Hai To Be_Sakhta Meri Aankhein,

Apne Haathon Ki Lakeeron Se Ulajh Jati Hain...

Sunset and evening star,
And one clear call for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
When

There are certain things - as, a spider, a ghost,
The income-tax, gout, an umbrella for three -
Th

Seena dehak raha ho to kya chup rahe koi,
Kyun cheekh cheekh kar na gala chheel le koi,

Saabit h

Minnow, go to sleep and dream,
Close your great big eyes;
Round your bed Events prepare
The pleas

Urdu Poetry

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