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Mujhy Samjhaya Na Karo K Ab To Ho Chuki Mujhko Mohabbat...

Mujhy Samjhaya Na Karo K Ab To Ho Chuki Mujhko Mohabbat...

Mohabbat Mashwara Hoti To Tum Se Pooch
K Karty...

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عجب ہے رنگ ِ چمن، جا بجا اُداسی ہے

مہک اُداسی ہے، باد ِ

kabhi saya hai kabhi dhup muqaddar mera
hota rahta hai yun hi qarz barabar mera
TuT jate hain ka

Chahat Bharay Wo Lafz Aur har LAfz Mein Dua Faraz,
Maqrooz Kar Dia Humain Tumhari Khaloos Nay

Sunno Baba K Ab Lout Bhi Aoo Tm
Aesi Bhi Kiya Narazgi K Itna Durr Chalaygae Tm???

Tmharay Bina Y

A snowy morning--
by myself,
chewing on dried salmon.


Translated by Robert Hass
Matsuo Bash

Rishte hasaas hote hain,
Mohabbat anmol hoti hai,
Iss ishq ke bazaar mein,
Har cheez be-mol hoti

Ye sheher seher zada he sadaa kisi ki nahi,
Yahan khud apny liye b dua kisi ki nahi.

Khazan me

Nigah_E_Yaar k Pardon Me Hy Pinha Ada Kesi,
Sitam Kesa,Karam Kesa,Jafa Kesi,Wafa Kesi;

Ye Jo T

Wasted, wasted minutes that couldn't be worse,
minutes of a barbaric condescension.
--Stare out

duniya ke liye zahr na khaalen koi hum bhi
is baat pe phir shart laga len koi hum bhi
bahti hui

Pancho, the barrio idiot.
Rumor is that una bruja from Bernalillo
le embrujo. Unshaven, chattering

Jis Ke Badly Tum Mil Jao...
(AB)
AiSi Naiki Dho0nd Raha Ho0n...

Suna Hai Koi Or Bhi Chahne Laga Hai Tumhe, ,
Hum Se Barh Kar Agar Chahe To Usi Ke Ho Jana, , , , ,

Ye Jo Zindagi Ki
Kitab Hai
Ye Kitab Kya
Kitab Hai

Kaheen ik Haseen Sa Khwab Hai.
Kaheen

Bay nayaz-e-gham-e-paymaan-e- wafa hojaana
Tum bhi oroun ki tarah mujh say judaa hojaana

Main bh

Roach, foulest of creatures,
who attacks with yellow teeth
and an army of cousins big as shoes,

God said, Let there be light; and there was light.
Then heard we sounds as though the Earth did si

Tum mujy khaak? bhi samjho to koi bat nahi
ye bhi urti hai to ankhon main sama jati hai

Usay Kehna Kismat Py itna Naaz Acha, Nahi Hota.
!..DOST...!
Hum Ny Barish Mein Bhi Jaltay Huwe G

Bahut kaThin tha nibhaana, nibaah main ne kiya

Khud apne aap ko yaani tabaah main ne kiya

Mila

Urdu Poetry

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