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Tumhare khath main naya ek salam kis ka tha

Tumhare khath main naya ek salam kis ka tha
na tha raqeeb to akhir wo nam kis ka tha
Wo qatl kar ke har kisi se puchte hain
ye kaam kis ne kiya hai ye kaam kis ka tha
Wafa karenge nibhayenge baat manenge
tumhen bhi yaad hai kuch ye kalam kis ka tha
Raha na dil main wo be-dard aur dard raha
muqeem kaun hua hai maqam kis ka tha
Na pooch-paach thi kisi ki na aao-bhagat
tumhari bazm main kal ehtamam kis ka tha
Guzar gaya wo zamana kahen to kis se kahen
khayal mere dil ko subah-o-sham kis ka tha
Har ek se kahte hain kya “Daagh” bewafa nikla
ye puche in se koi wo ghulam kis ka tha

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I, being born a woman and distressed
By all the needs and notions of my kind,
Am urged by y

Kaati hy Gham Ki Raat Bare Ehatraam Se,
Aksar BuJha Liya hy CharaG0n K0 Sham Se,

R0shan Hai Ap

Amongst the grandeur of Hua Shan
I climb to the Flower Peak,
and fancy I see fairies and immortals

Muhabbat mein wafaadaari se bachiye

JahaaN tak ho adaakaari se bachiye

Har ek soorat bhali lag

Aayina dekh ke kehte hain sanwarne walay,
Aaj be-maut maren ge mere marnay walay..

Barey mukhtasar se haroof main Mujhe Gehri baat bata Geya
k wo khwab sa koi shakhs tha jo Sehar se

ye manzar be-dar-o-diwar hota
agar main KHwab se bedar hota
bahut aasan tha us ko yaad rakhna

Aj wo Mujay akela chor kr chala gya

Na Kuch kr ska to dil tor kr chala gya

Sun kr sadayen un-S

This is a day when truths will out, perhaps;
leak from the dangling telephone earphones
sapping th

Most near, most dear, most loved, and most far,
Under the huge window where I often found her
Sitt

Dil Ye Karta Hai K Har Aankh Ka Ansu Pi Loon
Koi Bhi Khawab Kisi Ka Na Ho Reza Reza...

Kaisay kahon k apna bana lo mujhey,
Bahoun main apni sama lo mujhey,

Bin tumharay ek pal bhi kat

Baat bass se nikal chali hai,
Dil ki haalat sambhal chali hai,
Ab junoon hadh se barrh chala hai,

When midnight mists are creeping,
And all the land is sleeping,
Around me tread the mighty dead,

Sar jhukao gay to pathar devta hojayega
Itna mat chaho usay wo bewafa hojayega

Hum bhi darya hai

apni yadein sawarne k liye
tujh ko apna pokarne k liye

kash bachpan k din loat aayein
chend ei

Sin of self-love possesseth all mine eye,
And all my soul, and all my every part;
And for this sin

Koun kisi k sath kitna mukhlis hai faraz
Waqt sab ki aukaat bta deta hai

Jaane Kahan Base Gi Tu,
Jaane Kahan Rahunga Main
جانے کہاں بسے گی تُو
جانے ک

Kion har bar mosam ki tarah badal jate ho,
Har bar hamara dil dukhatay ho,

Yeh bat sun ker hamar

Urdu Poetry

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