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مُژدہ ، اے ذَوقِ اسیری ! کہ نظر آتا ہے
دامِ خالی ، قفَسِ مُرغِ گِرفتار کے پاس

جگرِ تشنۂ آزار ، تسلی نہ ہوا
جُوئے خُوں ہم نے بہائی بُنِ ہر خار کے پاس

مُند گئیں کھولتے ہی کھولتے آنکھیں ہَے ہَے!
خُوب وقت آئے تم اِس عاشقِ بیمار کے پاس

مَیں بھی رُک رُک کے نہ مرتا ، جو زباں کے بدلے
دشنہ اِک تیز سا ہوتا مِرے غمخوار کے پاس

دَہَنِ شیر میں جا بیٹھیے ، لیکن اے دل
نہ کھڑے ہوجیے خُوبانِ دل آزار کے پاس

دیکھ کر تجھ کو ، چمن بسکہ نُمو کرتا ہے
خُود بخود پہنچے ہے گُل گوشۂ دستار کے پاس

مر گیا پھوڑ کے سر غالب وحشی ، ہَے ہَے !
بیٹھنا اُس کا وہ ، آ کر ، تری دِیوار کے پاس

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Chandani Rat K Khamosh Sitaron Ki Qasam
Dil Me Ab Tere Siwa Koi Bhi Abaad Nahi...

جہاں تیرا نقشِ قدم دیکھتے ہیں
خیاباں خیاباں ارم دیکھتے

Raat Bhar Khawab Bohat Ajeeb Dekhta Hun
Mera Naseeb K Tujh Ko Qareeb Dekhta Hun
Mujh Ko Chor Beech

Eid Tu Aa K Mere Jee Ko Jalaave Afsos

Jis K Aane Ki Khushi Ho Wo Na Aave Afsos...

Umar Ghhatti Rahi Khabar Na Huwi,
Waqat Ki Baat Waqat Par Na Huwi.

Hijar Ki Shab Bhi Katt Hi J

Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art--
Not in lone splendour hung aloft the night
And w

raat chup hai magar khamosh nahi,
kaisey keh don ke aaj, phir hosh nahi
aese doobey hain us ki yaa

Usko Bhi Yaad Meri Jab Kabhi Aati Ho Gi,
Wo Bhi Tanhai Mein Kuch Ashq Bahati Ho Gi,
Wo Meri Yaad K

Shor Hai Ho Gaye Duniya Se Musalman Nabood
Hum Yeh Kehte Hein Keh Thein Bhi Kahin Muslim Mojod

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Athelstan King,
Lord among Earls,
Bracelet-bestower and
Baron of Barons,
He with his brother,
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Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgo

Gust becos I cud not spel
It did not mean I was daft
When the boys in school red my riting
Some o

A house that lacks, seemingly, mistress and master,
With doors that none but the wind ever closes,

Jade carved dishes - food costing more.
I throw the chopsticks down,
Food and wine are tasteless.

Hamare sath kya kuch jhelta woh aakhir
Ajnabi ban Ker woh kitna acha reh gya Hai

Main yeh kis ke naam likhoon jo alam guzr rahe hain,
Mer shehr jal rahe hain mere log mar rahe hain

Bhari Bazam Mein Raaz Ki Baat Keh Di

Bara Be-Adab Hun Saza Chahta Hun

Junoon se guzarne ko jee chahta hai,
Hansi zabt karne ko jee chahta hai,
Jahan ishq main doob kar

Karne Hain Agar Shikwey Mehboob Say

Phir Chorh De Muhabat Koi Or Kaam Kar

Kuch aansu, kuch khushiyan de ker ttaal geya,
Jeevan ka aik aur sunehraa saal geya,
Kon jaaney ke

Urdu Poetry

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