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QisSa.E.Hijar Agar TujhKo Sunanay Lag JaEin

QisSa.E.Hijar Agar TujhKo Sunanay Lag
JaEin
Jaan-E-Jaan
Umar Nahi
Is Me ZamaNay Lag JaEin

Main Ne Is Kh0uf Se Gham Tujh Se ChhuPaye Apny
Meray AanSu Teri AanKh0n Se
Na Aanay Lag JaEin

KaSh AiSa H0 Kabhi,
KuCh Na Kahun Tujh Se
Meri AanKhEin, Hi EhwaaL Batanay Lag JaEin

Raat JaGay KhiLnay LaGay Phir Se Meri Neend0n Me,
R0g MuJh K0 Na KahEin Phir Se Puranay Lag JaEin,

AiSay AaLam Me TuJhay Bho0Lna
MumKin Hai
K Jab,
Saray M0sam Hi Teri Yaad DiLanay Lag JaEin,

Aye DiL-E-shq Zada, MuJh K0 Tujh Se Shikayat KaiSi?
Jab Meray Kh0waab Hi Khud Mujh Ko JaLanay Lag JaEin...

Latest Urdu Poetry

Wo Khuwaab thaa bikhar gayaa Khayaal thaa milaa nahin
magar iss dil ko kyaa huaa, kyon bujh gayaa p

Aap idhar aye udhar deen aur imaan gaye,
Eid ka chand nazar aya to ramzan gaye..

Aik wo cheez jise Dil ki Khushi Kehte hain,,
kahin Bazaar main mill jaye to lete aana

Main gumo

Mere Naam Ki MehNdi Apne Hath0'n Mein Saja Kar.

Intzaar KaREGi W0h KiSi Gair Ki Baaraat Ka,,

Are Tum Bi Nikle Ho Wafa Ki Talash Main

Yaqeen Mano Nahi Milti, Nahi Milti, Nahi Milti

The Bellman's Speech

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

Though many years have passed, and loves, I swear
I can still smell the soaps this one would use.

Ishq Labon Pe
Ishq Dua Mein
Jism Mein
Rooh Mein
Ishq Rawaan
Rawaan Rawaan Rawaan

Ishq Nazar

Intensities of pain—
of those once persecuted
and those once executed.

The scientific gain
b

Na duniya ka hoon main na kuch fikr deen ki,
Mohabbat ne rakha na mujh ko kahin ka..

bat karni mujhe mushkil kabhi aisi to na thi
jaisi ab hai teri mahfil kabhi aisi to na thi

le ga

farishton se bhi achchha main bura hone se pahle tha
wo mujh se intihai KHush KHafa hone se pahle

Strange now to think of you, gone without corsets & eyes, while I walk on
the sunny pavement of Gre

Dil hi to hai na sang-o-khisht, dard se bhar na aaye kyuN
RoyeNge ham hazaar baar koi hameiN sataay

Ham Parwarish-e-Loh-o-Qalam Kartay Rahain Ge
Jo Dil Pe Guzarti Hai, Raqam Kartay Rahain Ge
Asbaab-

Lagta nahii hai dil mera ujrre dayaar mein,
Kis ki bannii hai aalam e na-paayedaar mein,
Keh do in

Kachi devaar hun Thokar na lagana mujhko,
Apni nazaron me Basa kr na girana mujhko

Tumko ankhon

na jane kis bat ki wo mujh ko saza dayta hai
mere hansti hoye ankhon ko rula dayta hai

hum ko ma

THUS they, with freaks of proud delight,
Beguile the remnant of the night;
And many a snatch of jo

Abhi Urooj Par Hai Tumhara Mosam
Khizaan Me Tum Ko Khareed Lenge

Bano Ge Hum Se Rehem K Taalib

Urdu Poetry

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