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safar ke baad bhi safar ka ehtimam kar raha hun main

safar ke baad bhi safar ka ehtimam kar raha hun main
ajib be-dili se har jagah qayam kar raha hun main
ye baat baat par uThana hath bad-dua ke waste
mera yaqin kar halal ko haram kar raha hun main
ye log KHwab aur phul se panah mangne lage
bas itna soch kar hi baat ko tamam kar raha hun main
har ek lafz par ukhaD rahi hai bar bar sans ye
mujhe to lag raha hai aaKHiri salam kar raha hun main
kuchh is tarah ki tohmaten lagai ja rahi hain mujh pe ab
KHamosh rah ke apne aap se kalam kar raha hun main

Latest Urdu Poetry

In this Monody the author bewails a learned Friend, unfortunately
drowned in his passage from Chest

UNCLE JOHN, he makes me tired;
Thinks 'at he's jest so all-fired
Smart, 'at he kin pick up, so,
E

A fool I was to sleep at noon,
And wake when night is chilly
Beneath the comfortless cold moon;
A

Mere To Muqadar Men sirf Teri Yaad Hai.

Tu Jis Ka Muqadar Hai Usay Zindagi Mubarik,

Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I

Once in a dream (for once I dreamed of you)
We stood together in an open field;
Above our heads tw

Hamare khat main neya ik salaam kis ka tha,
Na tha raqeeb to aakhir woh naam kis ka tha,
Woh qatl

Nidamat ke charaaghon se badal jaati hain taqdeerain,
Andheri raat ke aansu khuda se baat karte hai

Tum Jab Aao Gi Khoya Hua Pao Gi Muje

Meri Tanhai Mein Khwabon Ke Siwa Kuch Bi Nahi

Mere Kamre

Aaj yeh tanhai ka ehsaas kuch hadd se zyada hai,
tere sang na hone ka malaal kuch hadd se zyada hai

Hidden, oh hidden
in the high fog
the house we live in,
beneath the magnetic rock,
rain-, ra

Hota jo agar ye mumkin to mein tumhen sans bana kar dil mai rakhta...

Tu ruk jaye to mein nhi !

Ta'aluq Rakh Liya Baqi Yakeen Tor Aya Hun
Kisi Ka Sath Dena Tha Kisi Ko Chor Aya Hun

Tumhare Sat

Be-Karaan Tanhaayion Ka Silsila Reh Jaaye Ga
Tere Mere Darmiyaan, Bas Ik Khalaa Reh Jaaye Ga
Aks B

Pani ankh main bhar k laya ja sakta hai
ab bhi jalta sheher bachaya ja sakta hai
aik mohabat aur w

My heart is like a singing bird
Whose nest is in a water'd shoot;
My heart is like an apple-tree

I leave you, ye cold mountain chains,
Dwelling of warriors stark and frore!
You, may these eyes

Jo Such Kahun To Bura Lagy Jo Daleel Dun To Zaleel Hun
Ye Samaj Jahl Ki Zad Me Hai Yahan Bat Karna

Jagtey Jagtey thak jao to,

Aisa karna

Aadhi ratein mujhko dena, Tum ko poorey khuwab milen gay

Har Koi Mast Mai E Zoq E Tan Aasani Hy
Tum Musalman Ho Ye Andaz E Musalmani Hy

Haidri Faqar Hy N

Urdu Poetry

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