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Texas Jack, you are amusin’. By Lord Harry, how I laughed When I seen yer rig and saddle with its bulwarks fore-and-aft; Holy smoke! In such a saddle how the dickens can yer fall? Why, I seen a gal ride bareback with no bridle on at all! Gosh! so-hel

IT IS New Year’s Day and I rise to state that here on the Sydney side
The Bards have commenced to fill out of late and they’re showing their binjies with pride
They’re patting their binjies with pride, old man, and I want you to understand,
That a binjied bard is a bard indeed when he sings in the Southern Land,
Old chaps,
When he sings in the Southern Land.

For the Southern Land is the Poet’s Home, and over the world’s wide roam,
There was never till now a binjied bard that lived in a poet’s home, old man;
For the poet’s home was a hell on earth, and I want you to understand,
That it isn’t exactly a paradise down here in the Southern Land,
Old chap,
Down here in the Southern Land.

The Beer and the Bailiff were gone last night and the “temple” doorstep clean,
And our heads are clear and our hearts are light with wine from the Riverine—
With wine from the Riverine, old man, and I want you to understand
That Bard, Beer and Bailiff too long were kin down here in the Southern Land,
Old man,
Down here in the Southern Land.

It is not because of a larger fee, nor yet that the bards are free,
For the bards I know and the bards I see are married enough for three;
Are married enough for three, old man, and I want you to understand,
They’ve a right to be married enough for four, down here in the Southern Land,
My girl,
Down here in the Southern Land.

But I think it’s because a bird went round and twittered in ears of men
That bards have care and the world seems bare as seen from the rhyming den,
And twittered in ears of men, old chaps, and got folks to understand
That a poet is something more than a joke down here in the Southern Land,
Old man,
Down here in the Southern Land.
Henry Lawson

Latest Urdu Poetry

aarif hai wo jo husn ka juya jahan mein hai
bahar nahin hai yusuf isi karwan mein hai
piri mein

ab wo galiyan wo makan yaad nahin
kaun rahta tha kahan yaad nahin
jalwa-e-husn-e-azal the wo day

Wo Jin Me Chamakte The Wafa K Moti

Yaqeen Jano Wo Ankhein Hi Bewafa Nikli...

Zubaan rakhta hun lekin chup khada hun,
main aawaazon ke ban mein ghir gaya hun.
Mere ghar ka dari

KASH TUM SAMJH PATE

Kitna Chaha hai Tum ko,
Kitna manga hai Tum Ko,
Kis Qadar Mohabat hai,

Aaj to be-sabab udaas hai jee,
Ishq hota to koi baat bhi thee,
Jaltaa phirta hoon main do-pehron m

Khol Kar Zulf Jab Baanhon Main Sameta Mujh Ko,,,

Kis Qadar Zabt Ka Hasiin Tha Imtihaan Mera,,,

Eid Milnay Zaroor Aunga
Wa’ada Kar Kay Mukar Gaya Koi

عید ملنے ضرور آئوں گا

Raah-E-Khulos Main Peida Dushwariyan Na Kr
Chahat Nahi To Hum Se Adakariyan Na Kar

Lafzon Se Khe

Aaj yu’n muskuraa ke aye ho,
Jese sab kuch bhulaa ke aye ho,
Yeh nishani hai dil ke lagne ki,
Y

In the cold, cold parlor
my mother laid out Arthur
beneath the chromographs:
Edward, Prince of Wa

Ankhoon mein aansoun ko ubharne nahi diya,
Mat'ti mein moti'oon ko bikharne nahi diya,

Jiss ra

Not one corner of a foreign field
But a span as wide as Europe;
An appearance of a titan's grave,

I guess that I'm da loser
Cause u hav found some1 new
But I'm still here, still all alone
Just cr

Bandh lain hathoon pay seenay pay saja lain tum ko,
Sochtay hain k aik taveez bana lain tum ko,

Watch out for power,
for its avalanche can bury you,
snow, snow, snow, smothering your mountain.

I keep on dying again.
Veins collapse, opening like the
Small fists of sleeping
Children.
Memory

Apni aankhon mein mere khawab rehne do,
Kuch an’kahe sawalon ke jawaab rahne do,
Na milo iss tar

Main Ne Ro Kar Kaha..
Mujhay Chh0r D0,
Ya t0rr d0"

Wo Be_Wafa Hans Kar Bole..
Itne Nayaab

Tamam Umer Usi Ke Khayal Mein Guzri 'Faraz'

Mera Khayal Jise Umer Bhar Nahi Aaya....

Urdu Poetry

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