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Muhabato'n K Silsalo'n Ko Aa Phir Duaam Den

Muhabato'n K Silsalo'n Ko Aa Phir Duaam Den
Adhuri Kahanio'n Ko Koi Ikhtetaam Den

Kitna Hasee'n Mukaam Tha Ibtaada Ka Dekh
Ab Jo Bhatak Gaiye Hain Kiya Ilzaam Den

Mutmin Nahi Tu Bhi Turak-E-Tualok K Bawajod
Muhabat Nahi Tu Bata Kia Iss Ko Naam Den

Yeh Chaand Chaandni Aur Uss Ki Yaad Amber
Talib Hain Uss K Naam Hum Ik Aur Shaam Den

Latest Urdu Poetry

Vaikh Bandeya!

Aasmana Te Urdy Panchi

Vaikh Te Sahi Ki Karde Ne

Na O Karde Rizq Zakheera

Yeh peham talkh-kaami si rahi kya,
Mohabbat zeher kha kar ayi thi kya,

Mujhe ab tum se ddar lagn

kaDa hai din baDi hai raat jab se tum nahin aae
digar-gun hain mere haalat jab se tum nahin aae

Ranjish hi sahi, dil hi dukhaane ke liye aaa,
Aaa phir se mujhe chorr ke jaane ke liye aaa,
Kuch t

Don't imitate me;
it's as boring
as the two halves of a melon.


Translated by Robert Hass
Ma

Mohabbat karne wale kam na hon ge,
Teri mehfil main lekin hum na hon ge,
Zamane bhar ke gham ya ik

mout ke baad yaad aa raha hai koi,
mitti mery kabr ki utha raha hai koi,

a khuda do pal ki zindg

wo bhi sarahne lage arbab-e-fan ke baad
dad-e-suKHan mili mujhe tark-e-suKHan ke baad
diwana-war

Hazaron Khawab Aankhon Me

Saja Kar Kuch Nahi Milta...

Trees are never felled . . . in summer . . . Not when the fruit . . .
is yet to be borne . . . Nev

Kissi harf main kissi baab main nahin aye ga,
Tera zikar meri kitaab main nahin aye ga,
Nahin jaye

Tu Ne Jo Chonk Kar Her Jagha Nigah Ki Hogi
Mere Hi Dard-e-Mohabbat Ne Sada Di Hogi

Ye Jo Moti Ba

A ghost, though invisible, still is like a place
your sight can knock on, echoing; but here
within

Aankh Se Door Na Ho, Dil Se Utar Jaye Ga
Waqt Ka Kia Hai Guzarta Hai Guzar Jaye Ga

Itna Manoos N

Nafrat Na Karna kabhi Hum Se Hame Acha Nahi Lagega, ,
Bus Pyar Se Keh Dena teri Zarorat Nahi Rahi,

charay howe the jo darya utar gaye ab to

Muhabton K Zamanay Guzar Gaye Ab Tu

Ab bhi ik umar pe jeene ka na andaaz aya,
Zindagi chorr de peecha mera main baaz aya..

We will be what we could be. Do not say,
"It might have been, had not this, or that, or this."
N

Humesha muskura kay aansooun ko chupaya
Ghum ko chupanay ka yehi rasta nazar aaya

Kis kis ko bat

Meri Qismat Main Andhere Hi Muqaddar Hain Agar

Jane Hasrat Ki Shaam Aas Jalaati Kiun Hai

Khata

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