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piasee sakoon e qalb ko mehaane na aaieen

پیاسے سکونِ قلب کو میخانے نہ آئیں؟
ھو حسن بےمثال اور دیوانے نہ آئیں؟

طاؤس محوِِِ رقص بیاباں میں، بے سرور
سب رائیگاں ستائش کے نذرانےنہ آئیں

لبریز کتب خانے سے امید کی کرنیں
کیا فائدہ کہ دل کو جو گرمانے نہ آئیں

حکمت کدوں سےعلم جو دے نہ سکے نفع
پسر ء منگول خزینءگراں مٹانے نہ آئیں ؟

ھو علم چارہ گر کسی ملت کی نمو میں
پھر وسوسے زوال کے دھمکانے نہ آئیں

ادراک کے سفر میں باقی ھو تشنگی
ممکن نہیں کہ عرش سے پیمانے نہ آئیں

اقبال کے افکار کی روشن ہو گر شمع
ھو گا نہیں کہ عشق کے پروانے نہ آئیں

Latest Urdu Poetry

Eid to phir sy laot aai hai,
Jo bicharr gaye kab loten gay?

Wo kaisy hum sy bicharr gaye?
Ye

aiye hath uthayen ham bhi
ham jinhen rasm-e-dua yad nahin
ham jinhen soz-e-mohabbat k siwa
koi bu

The Bellman's Speech

The Bellman himself they all praised to the skies--
Such a carriage, such

Nam Hai Palkain Teri Ae Moj-e Hawa Raat Ke Saath
Kia Tuje Bi Koi Yad Aata Hai Barsat Ke Sath

Hum Jinhein Chahte Hain Woh Humein Chahte Bhi Nahi,
Auron Se Wafa Karte Hain Aur Humein Tukrate Bhi

yeh jo mohlat jise kahain hai hum
dekho to intzaar sa hai kuch

When my love swears that she is made of truth
I do believe her, though I know she lies,
That she m

apni yadein sawarne k liye
tujh ko apna pokarne k liye

kash bachpan k din loat aayein
chend ei

Samandar K Safar Me Is Tarha Awaz Den Hum Ko

Hawaen Tez Hon Or Kashtiyon Me Shaam Ho Jaye

Ujaa

Sabaq umr ka yaa zamaane ka hai,
Sab aamokhta bhuul jaane ka hai,
Yeh gum hote chehere yeh manzar

Bat Jab Bhi Bigri Hai Lafzon Par Bigri Hai
Kash K Hum Be-Zabaan Hote...

Ladkiyaan Bewafaa nahi hoti...!
Wo to majborioon mein lipti hain...!

Apne shiddat bhare khyalon

Kahan dhondtay ho tum ishq ko aye be,khabar?
yeh khud hi dhondh leta hai jissey barbaad krna ho.!

Kab tak baithe hath maleN

Chal sathi kahiN aur chaleN

Ab kis ghaaT pe baNdheN nao

Ab yeh to

Hum Neend Ke Ziada Shoqeen To Nahi ‘Faraz’,
Kuch Khwab Na Dekhain To Guzara Nahi Hota…!

Woh dushman-e-jaan, jaan se pyara bhi kabhi tha
Ab kiss se kahen koi hamara bhi kabhi tha

Utra h

TORR DIYE hain main ne ghar k sabhi ayine..

Pyar main haare hoye log mujh se dekhe nahin jaty...

Haath haaton say choot'ta kub hay?
Koi apnon say rooth'ta kub hay?

Jo bhi jur jaata hay aik baar

THAT thou can't never end, doth make thee great,
And that thou ne'er beginnest, is thy fate.
Thy s

Hum nahin kehte hamari, teri dunya ho jaye,
Itne rangon mein koi rang to apna ho jaye,
Ishq woh

Urdu Poetry

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