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Stanza (29)Stanza (30)Tu Na Mit Jaye Ga Iran Ke Mit Jane Se

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Tu Na Mit Jaye Ga Iran Ke Mit Jane Se
Nasha-e-Mai Ko Ta’aluq Nahin Pemane Se

And you will suffer no surcease should Iran’s star decline,
It is not the vessel which decides the potency of wine;


Hai Ayan Yorish-e-Tataar Ke Afsane Se
Pasban Mil Gaye Kaabe Ko Sanam Khane Se

It is proved to all the world, from tales of Tartar conquerors,
The Ka'ba brave defenders found in temple-worshippers.


Kashti-e-Haq Ka Zamane Mein Sahara Tu Hai
Asr-e-Nau Raat Hai, Dhundla Sa Sitara Tu Hai

In you relies the bark of God, Adrift beyond the bar,
The new-born age is dark as night, And you its dim pole-star.

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Hai Jo Hangama Bipa Yorish-e-Balghari Ka
Ghafilon Ke Liye Pegham Hai Baidari Ka

The Bulgars march! the fiend of war in fearful fury breathes;
The message comes: “Sleepers, awake! The Balkan cauldron seethes.”


Tu Samajhta Hai Ye Saman Hai Dil Aazari Ka
Imtihan Hai Tere Isaar Ka, Khud-Dari Ka

You deem this a cause of grief,Your heart is mortified;
But no, your pride, your sacrifice, Thus, once again, are tried.


Kyun Harasan Hai Saheel-e-Faras-e-Aada Se
Noor-e-Haq Bujh Na Sake Ga Nafs-e-Aada Se

Beneath your foes if chargers neigh? Why tremble you in fright?
For never, never, shall their breath extinguish Heaven’s light.

Latest Urdu Poetry

kisi ke aik anso par hazaron dil tarapty hain
kisi ka umer bhar ka roona unhi bekaar jata hai

It was a place of force—
The wind gagging my mouth with my own blown hair,
Tearing off my voice,

Iss taraf se guzre they qaafile bahaaron ke,
Aaj tak sulagte hain zakhm raahguzaaron ke,
Khalvaton

Apni yad rakhnay ko kuch tou jan-e-man day do
Apni muskurahatain apna bholapun day do
Apni ankhain

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

Qurbaton men bhi judai ke zamane maNge
Dil vo bemehar ki rone ke bahane maNge
Apana ye hal ke ji h

Faaslay Itney Barhey Hijar Main Aazaar K Saath,
Ab To Wo Baat Bhi Karte Nahi Gham-Khuwaar K Saath,

Din dhallaa raat phir aa gayi so raho so raho,
Manzilo cchhaa gayi khamoshi so raho so raho,
Saara

I -- A Pleasant Afternoon

for Michael Brownstein and Dick Gallup


One day 3 poets and 60 ears

God said, Let there be light; and there was light.
Then heard we sounds as though the Earth did si

IK BHEEGI SHAAM K SAYE ME,
CHUPKE SE AGAR TUM AAJAO..

Ye Sham Suhani Ho Jaye
Rangeen Kahani

Beshrew that heart that makes my heart to groan
For that deep wound it gives my friend and me!
Is'

When you see water in a stream
you say: oh, this is stream
water;
When you see water in the rive

Kyun Hota Hai Ye Aitbaar ki Dehleezon Pe Aksar..

Jo Boht Apney Hon Wohi Apne Nahi Rehtay..

Safar Hi Shart Hai To Phir Ye Sun Lo,,,
Humain Wapis Palat'ne Ko Na Kehna...

One morning of the first sad Fall,
Poor Adam and his bride
Sat in the shade of Eden's wall--
But

Hark! hark! the lark at heaven's gate sings,
And Phoebus 'gins arise,
His steeds to water at those

MaGhroOr Meri ChaShm-E Tamaasha Hai In DinOn
S0 Baar Un Ko DOOr Se Daikha Hai In DinOn

Aaraais

Aatish-e-Ishq se seeney ko Jalaya Q tha...
Tum ne ye rog Jawani main Lagaya Q tha...

Q liye ph

مجھے اپنے کردار پر اتنا تو یقین ھے غالب
کوئی مجھے چھوڑ

Urdu Poetry

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