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Sitaaron se agay jahan aur bhi hain,

Sitaaron se agay jahan aur bhi hain,
Abhi ishq ke imtihaan aur bhi hain,
Tahi zindagi se nahin yeh fazaayen,
Yahan sainkrron kaarwaan aur bhi hain,
Qanaaat na kar aalam-e- rang-o-buu pr,
Chaman aur bhi aashiyaan aur bhi hain,
Agar kho geya ik nasheman to kya gham,
Maqamaat aah-o-faghaan aur bhi hain,
Tu shaaheen hai parvaaz hai kaam tera,
Tere saamne aasmaan aur bhi hain,
Isi roz-o-shab main ulajh kar na reh ja,
Ke tere zamaan-o-makaan aur bhi hain,
Gaye din ke tanhaa tha main anjumann main,
Yahan ab mere raazdaan aur bhi hain..

Latest Urdu Poetry

ek pahchan ke kitne ism hain
ek inam ke kitne nam hain
tera nam wo baadal jis ka paighambar par

Gaye dinon ka suraagh le kar, kidar say aaya kidar geya woh,
Ajeeb maanuuss ajnabi tha, mujhe to ha

jis ki chahat ko her chaht say mootaber rakha,
Khud tha ghamgeen mager us ko baykhaber rakha,

aa

Jis tarah log khasaaray main bohat sochte hain,
Aaj kal hum tere baaray main bohat sochte hain..

Send out the singers -- let the room be still;
They have not eased my pain nor brought me sleep.

Sitaaron se agay jahan aur bhi hain,
Abhi ishq ke imtihaan aur bhi hain,
Tahi zindagi se nahin yeh

COME, my beloved, hear from me
Tales of the woods or open sea.
Let our aspiring fancy rise
A wren

kariya-e-jan main koi phul khilne aye
wo mere dil pe naya zakhm lagane aye

mere wiran darichon m

Ab koi harf-e-dua kam nahi ay ga,
Ab wo mehtab sar-e-bam nahi ay ga,

Ab dhalay ga na kabi hijr k

Yaad Na Karo Gi To Sataoun Ga
Rootho Gi To Manaoun Ga
Ro Gi To Hasaoun Ga
Dost Hoon Mein Tumhara

Dil Sy Nikli Dua Hay Humri,
Zindgi Mein Mily Apko Khushiyn Saari,
Ghum Na Dy Khuda Apko Kbhi,
Cha

خزاں کی رت ہے جنم دن ہے اور دھواں اور پھول
ہوا بکھیر گئ

Tere Lafzon Mein Wo Tafseel Kahan

Apni Aankhon Se Kaho Baat Krein

Saja kar apni hi aankh hazaar chehron pe,
kiya hai maine sadaa aitbaar chehron pe.
Main teri bazm

Dosti sachi ho to waqt ruk jata hai,
Aasman lakh ucha ho magar jhuk jata hai.
Dosti mein duniya la

Dil-e-umeed torra hai kisi ne,
Sahara de ke chorra hai kisi ne,
Na manzil hai na manzil ka nishaan

Deedar-E-Yaar Aj Tak Mayassar Nahi Raha

Muddat Hui Humara Koi Basar Nahi Raha

Mara Hai Muflisi

Khatir se ya lehaz se main maan to geya,
Jhooti qasam se aap ka iman to geya,
Dil le ke muft kehte

Hansi Aye Bhi To Hanste Hue Dar Lagta Hai
Zindagi Yoon Tere Zakhmaye Hue Log Hain Hum...

Zindagi ke jitne darwaaze hain
Sab mujh pe band hain,
Dekhna hadh-e-nazar se aage barrh kar
Dekhn

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