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Titlee jo ek mujh ko mili thi kitaab main

Titlee jo ek mujh ko mili thi kitaab main
Woh apna aks chore gayi mere khuwaab main

Ab tak woh mere zehen main uljha sawaal hai
Shaamil rahi jo har ghari mere nisaab main

Aankhon main neend hai na koi khuwaab door tak
Rehte hain hum bhi aaj kal waise azaab main

Milta hai gardishon se gale lag ke chaand bhi
Aaye the simat ke faasle kitne saraab main

Aakhir meri wafa ka mujhe kya sila mila
Likha na aik harf bhi us ne jawaab main

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DEATH:
For my dagger is bathed in the blood of the brave,
I come, care-worn tenant of life, from t

Ik ajnabi ke hath main de kar hamara haath,
Lo saath chorrne laga aakhir yeh saal bhi..

December jab bhi ata hai
Wo pagli
Pher se beete mosamon ki
Talkhion ko yaad karti hai
Porana car

Aaye they hanste khailte mai-kade main “firaq”
Jab pee chuke sharaab to sanjeeda ho gaye..

Daastan khatam hone wali hy ..
Tum meri aakhri muhabbat ho..

Kabhi Ye Dawaah Ke Wo Mera Hai Faqat Mera,
Kabhi Ye Dar Ke Wo Mujy Se Judaa To Nahi,
Kabhi Ye Dua

BichhaR ke tum se yeh sochuN, K dil kahaaN jaaye
Sehar udaas kare, shaam raayegaaN jaaye

Zamee

suni hai chap bahut waqt ke guzarne ki
magar ye zaKHm ki hasrat hai jis ke bharne ki
hamare sar

Jheel kinaarey kankar phainkoon
yaar ki yaadain gin kar phainkoon

Gul paashi kab raas aayee hai

God, God!
With a child’s voice I cry,
Weak, sad, confidingly—
God, God!
Thou knowest, ey

Aankhon Mein Kaat Ta Hoon Sari Raat In Dinoon
Achchay Nahi Meray Liye Halaat In Dinoon

Pal Bhar

Yaqeen Ata Nahi Dil Ko K Aisa Ho Bhi Sakta Hai
Mera Hal-E-Gham Sun Kar Wo Zalim Ro Bhi Sakta Hai

Qatra Qatra Milti Hai

Qatra Qatra Jeene Do

Zindagi Hai Behne Do

Pyaasa Hoon Me Pyaasa Rehne

They held a great prayer-service in Berlin,
And augured German triumph from some words
Said to be

Hai aap ke honton pe jo muskaan wagera,
Qurbaan gaye is pe dil-o-jaan wagera,
Billi to yunhi muft

He sleeps on the top of a mast. - Bunyan


He sleeps on the top of a mast
with his eyes fast clo

میں خرد مند رہوں یا تیرا وحشی ہو جاوں
جو بھی ہونا ہے مجھ

Kisi Ka Yun Toh Hua Kaun Umar Bhar Phir Bhi
Ye Husn-O-Ishq Ka Dhokha Hai Sab Magar Phir Bhi

Haza

Ab To Bas Ek Hi Khawahish Hai, Kisi Mor Par Tum

Hum Ko Bikhray Hue Mil Jao, Sambhalein Tum Ko...

Tis glorious morning everywhere
Save where the alleys lie—
I see the fleecy steam jets bid
“G

Urdu Poetry

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