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O, that you were your self! But,

O, that you were your self! But, love, you are
No longer yours than you yourself here live.
Against this coming end you should prepare,
And your sweet semblance to some other give.
So should that beauty which you hold in lease
Find no determination; then you were
Yourself again after yourself's decease,
When your sweet issue your sweet form should bear.
Who lets so fair a house fall to decay,
Which husbandry in honour might uphold
Against the stormy gusts of winter's day
And barren rage of death's eternal cold?
O, none but unthrifts! Dear my love, you know,
You had a father; let your son say so.
William Shakespeare

Latest Urdu Poetry

Tum kisi simat sy bhi Aa jaao
Mery chaaron taraf mohabbat hai...

Mere Qaatil Tujhy Mubarik Ho..

Dil Ne Samjha Hai BeQasur Tujhy..

Mujhe yeh dar hai, teri aarzu na mitt jaye,
Bohat dinon se tabiyat meri udaas naheen..

I do not love you except because I love you;
I go from loving to not loving you,
From waiting to

Bohat ajeeb hen yeh bandishen Muhabbat ki Faraz
Na us ne qaid me rakha na hum farar huway...

Parhne Walon Ka Qehat Hai Warna,

Girte Aansu Kitab Hote Hain….

dusra ruKH nahin jis ka usi taswir ka hai
masala bhule hue KHwab ki tabir ka hai
chand qadmon se

Apni manzil pe pohanchna bhi kharre rehna bhi,
Kitna mushkil hai barre ho ke barre rehna bhi..

Ye kya kay sab say bayaan dil ki haalatain karni
'Faraz' tujhko na aain mohabbatain karni

Ye qur

I

Myselves
The grievers
Grieve
Among the street burned to tireless death
A child of a few hou

In our family, there were two saints,
my aunt and my grandmother.
But their lives were different.

LORD BUDDHA, on thy Lotus-throne,
With praying eyes and hands elate,
What mystic rapture dost th

Hum Yad Ni Karte To tum Gila Q Karty ho

Suna Hai KhaMoShi B Aik Ada hoti hy "muhabat" NibHane Ki

Kuch is tarah nazar andaaz ho gay Faraz
Jesay izafi hurf thay hum teri zindgi ki kitaab me..

pyaas vo dil kii bujhaane kabhii aayaa bhii naheen
kaisaa baadal hai jisakaa ko_ii saayaa bhii nahe

Main us k Haathon me tha
Tute hue Sheeshe ki trha “Faraz”,

Bari Umeed thi k bikhrne nhi dega

Sada’ay Ghaib

Zalzale Se Koh-O-Dar Urtte Hain Manind-E-Sihab

Zalzale Se Wadiyon Mein Taz

Afzal Hai Kul Jahan Se Gharana Hussain Ka
Nabiyon Ka Tajdaar Hai Nana Hussain Ka
Ek Pal Ki Thi Bas

Naseeb azmaane ke din aa rahe hain,
Qareeb un ke aane ke din aa rahe hain,
Jo dil se kaha jo dil s

Bana gulab to kantay chubha gaya aik shakhs,
Hua chiragh to ghar hi jala gaya aik shakhs,

Tamam

Urdu Poetry

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