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Mujhe Yaad hai abhi tak

Mujhe Yaad hai abhi tak
Jab barsti tap tap karti Rim jhim mein

Haan December ki is Thatrti
Sard raat ki pehli Barish mein

Us ne mujh say kaha tha
“Mujhe Barishein sard mosam ki bohat Pasand hain”

Sard Mosam ki Barishon mein say unseet rakhne wala
Mere Lehjey mein sard-pan utar gea hai

Meri zaat mein Ajab tarz ki
Ik Thandak utar gai hai

Mein jisko Choo loon
Woh Baraf ka Mehboos ho jata hai

Usay sard mosam ki Barish say kea Nisbat thi
Usay sard Mosmon ki Barish say kea Qurbat thi

Latest Urdu Poetry

Khamoshi december ki
Veeran sard raaton main
Khunk Say her ahat main
Zabt ki kai koshishooo ko
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Ishq dono pe yun guzar jaaye,
Main bikhar jaaun vo sanwar jaaye,
Khushi hai to labon pe baithe mer

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

Ab jo dekhen to koi aesi barri baat na thi,
Yeh shab-o-roz, maah-o-saal ka pur-paich safar,
Qadrey

Gwahi Kese Tot’ti Mamla Khuda Ka Tha
Mera Aur Us Ka Rabta Tu Hath Aur Dua Ka Tha

Sach Hai Hamee.n Ko Aap Ke Shikway Bajaa Na Thay
Be-Shak Sitam Janaab Ke Sab Dostaana Thay
Haan Jo

Door Rehne Walon Ki Har Baat Rula Deti Hai,
Ham Ko To Jane Wali Har Raat Rula Deti Hai,
Wese To Hu

Baagh main jaane ke adaab hua karte hain,
Kisi titlee ko na phoolon se urraya jaye..

Wo Bhi Shayad Ro Paren Veeraan Khatt Ko Dekh Kar,,

Main Ne Un Ko Aakhri Khatt Mein Likha Kuch Bh

The garden admires you.
For your sake it smears itself with green pigment,
The ecstatic reds of th

Shahr-e-kitaab ujaR gaya, harf barahnaa sar hue

Naghma hai surma dar -gulu, she’r watan badar h

Tabah Kar Gai Pakkay Makan Ki Khwahish
Main Apnay Gauon K Kachay Makan Say Bhi Gaya

Chor Dia Hum Ne Aitbar Qismat Ki Lakeeron Pe Wasi

Jo Dilon Me Bus Jaen Wo Lakeeron Me Nahi Mila K

Tu Usse Apni Tamannaon Ka MarkaZ Na Bana

Chaand To Harjai Hai Har Ghar Mein Utar Jaata Hai

Somra Khwar Somra Majboor Yu Loya Khodaya
Che Me Kor Ra Wranawe Za Warta Goram,

Da Daa Kom Juram

Aye Kaash K Hum Bhi Khush Naseeb Hote 'Kami',

Koi Hamein Bhi Piyaar Karte Jitna Hum Tun Se Karte

A field of cotton--
as if the moon
had flowered.


Translated by Robert Hass
Matsuo Basho

aae kuchh abr kuchh sharab aae
is ke baad aae jo azab aae
baam-e-mina se mahtab utre
dast-e-sa

Masjid khuda ka ghar hai, peeney ki jagha nahin,
Kaafir ke dil mein ja, Wahan khudaa nahin..
(Alla

Stanza (24)

Wadi-e-Najd Mein Woh Shor-e-Silasil Na Raha
Qais Diwana-e-Nazara Mehmil Na Raha

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