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Saahil pe kharre ho, tumhe kya gham chale jana,

Saahil pe kharre ho, tumhe kya gham chale jana,
Main doob raha hoon, abhi dooba to nahin hoon,
Har zulm tera yaad hai, bhoola to nahin hoon,
Ae waaada-faraamosh main tujh saa to nahin hoon,
Chup-chaap sahee maslehatan waqt ke haathon,
Majboor sahi waqt se haara to nahin hoon,
Dil torra hai apnon ne to shikwa na karen ge,
Woh bhool gaye mujh ko, main bhoola to nahin hoon,
Muztar kyun mujhe dekhta rehta hai zamaana,
Deewana sahi, un ka tamaasha to nahin hoon..

Latest Urdu Poetry

That's what misery is,
Nothing to have at heart.
It is to have or nothing.
It is a thing to have,

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

Tmharay Bina Y

Bitterly, England must thou grieve —
Though none of these poor men who died
But did within his s

Saleeqa ho agar Bheegi ANKHON ko parrehnay ka FARAZ
To behtay howe AANSU bhi aksar baat kerte hain

Roz Ata Hai wo Meri Kabar Pe Raqeeb K saath Faraz
Kon Kehta Hai K Muslamaan Ko Jalaya Nahi Jata?

Saaya-e-Qasr-e-Yaar Mein Baitha
Mein Tha Apnay Khumaar Mein Baitha
Os Ka Aana Tha Khwaab Mein Aana

Wo KaB Ka BhooL Chuka Ho Ga Dastaan e ISHQ,,

Bichar Kar Kis Ko MUHABbat ka Safar Yaad Rehta Hai

Home is so sad. It stays as it was left,
Shaped to the comfort of the last to go
As if to win them

kitni mushkil se kati kal ki meri raat na pooch
dil se nikli hui honton me dabi baat na pooch

wo

Ye Tere Khat Teri Khushbu Ye Tere Khawab o Khayal
Mtay-e Jaan Hai Tere Qol-o Qasam Ki Tarah
Guzish

Laugh, and the world laughs with you;
Weep, and you weep alone.
For the sad old earth must borrow

Phir itne may0os kyun h0 us
ki bewaFayi par Faraz,
Tum khud hi t0h kehte thay k
w0h sab se Juda h

We built a ship upon the stairs
All made of the back-bedroom chairs,
And filled it full of soft

tum na aye ek din ka wada kar do din talak
ham pare tarpa kiye do do pahar do din talak

dard-e-d

Muhabato'n K Silsalo'n Ko Aa Phir Duaam Den
Adhuri Kahanio'n Ko Koi Ikhtetaam Den

Kitna Hasee'n

Goongi Ho Gai Aaj Kuch Zaban Kehte Kehte
Hich-Kichaya Main Khud Ko Musalman Kehte Kehte

Yeh Baat

Be’chain umangon ko behlaa ke chale jana,
Hum tum ko na rokain ge bass aa ke chale jana,
Milne j

When the morning was waking over the war
He put on his clothes and stepped out and he died,
The lo

din ko rahte jhil par dariya kinare raat ko
yaad rakhna chand taro is hamari baat ko

ab kahan

Tum Jo Hotey To Mujhey Kitna Sahara Hota,
Main Ne Auron Ko Na Dukh Men Pukara Hota.

Jitni Shid

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