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Mujhe tujhse milne ki taqdeer

Mujhe tujhse milne ki taqdeer nazar aayi,
mujhe apne pairon mein zanjeer nazar aayi.

Jitne aansoo bahaye teri yaad mein,
har aansoo mein tasveer teri nazar aayi.....

Latest Urdu Poetry

Ch0Ty Sy iSs diL MeiN KiSs KiSs K0 JaGa DoN..

GhaM RaHy DuM RaHy FarYaaD RaHy Ya TErii YaaD RaHy

Over the still world, a bird calls
waking solitary among black boughs.

You wanted to be born;

Khud apne dil mein kharaashein utaarni hongi,
abhi toh jaag ke raaten guzaarni hongi.
Tere liye mu

barson hue tum kahin nahin ho
aaj aisa laga yahin kahin ho
mahsus hua ki baat ki hai
aur baat

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

Saabit h

Naseeb Walon Ko Hoti Hai Muhabbat Ataa Mohsin

Tu Bad-Naseeb Hai To Is Me Muhabbat Ka Kya Qasoor..

Kahan mumkin tha main dil se teri yaden mita deta,

Bhla kaisay main jeeta phir agar tuj ko bhula

kaha tha us ne mohabbat ki aabru rakhna
chubhe hon kitne bhi kanTe gulon ki KHu rakhna
dilon ko

Manzil ka pata hai na kisi rehguzar ka,
Bas aik thakan hai ke jo hasil hai safar ka..

In the foreground we see time and life
swept in a race
toward the left hand side of the picture
w

Taut, thick fingers punch
the teeth of my typewriter.
Three words are down on paper
in capitals:

Me Ne Is Tor Se Chaha Tujhe Aksar Jana

Jese Mahtaab Ko Be-Ant Samundar Chahe

Jese Sooraj Ki Ki

kisi ke nam pe nanhe diye jalate hue
KHuda ko bhul gae nekiyan kamate hue
wagarna baat hamari sa

Suna tha jashn hoga aur ghar Ghar Roshni hogi..
Nahi malum ye taqreeb kab tak multawi hogi..

T

As I was going to St Ives
I met a man with seven wives
Said he, 'I think it's much more fun
Than

Ishq ko be-naqaaab hona tha,
Aap apna jawaab hona tha,
Masst-e-jaaam-e-sharaaab hona tha,
Be-khud

I'll keep a little tavern
Below the high hill's crest,
Wherein all grey-eyed people
May set them

Most wounds can Time repair;
But some are mortal -- these:
For a broken heart there is no balm,
N

Tere gale main jo bahon ko daal rakhte hain,
Tujhe manane ka kesa kamaal rakhte hain,
Tujhe khabar

Urdu Poetry

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