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When I think about myself,

When I think about myself,
I almost laugh myself to death,
My life has been one great big joke,
A dance that's walked
A song that's spoke,
I laugh so hard I almost choke
When I think about myself.

Sixty years in these folks' world
The child I works for calls me girl
I say 'Yes ma'am' for working's sake.
Too proud to bend
Too poor to break,
I laugh until my stomach ache,
When I think about myself.

My folks can make me split my side,
I laughed so hard I nearly died,
The tales they tell, sound just like lying,
They grow the fruit,
But eat the rind,
I laugh until I start to crying,
When I think about my folks.
Maya Angelou

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Chaman mein subah yeh kahti thi ho kar chashm-e-tar shabnam,
Bahaar-e-baagh to yun hi rahi,

in ujDi bastiyon ka koi to nishan rahe
chulhe jalen ki ghar hi jalen par dhuan rahe
nero ne bans

hoti hai laakh gham ki dawa neend bhi magar,
hotey hain aesey gham bhi ke soney nahi detey

Tum Tamasha Roz KarteY Ho WaFaaon Ka JaFaaon Ka...

MereY DiL Mein Zara Thehro MoHaBBat SeeKh Jao

Zulmat Kade Main Mere Shab-E-Gam Ka Josh Hai

Ik Shamma Hai Daleel-E-Sahar, So Khamosh Hai



اپنے سے بھی جدا ہو گئے ہیں
تیری خاطر فنا ہو گئے ہیں
وہ ج

Sadma To Hy Mujhy Bhi K Tujse Juda Hon Main
Lekin Ye Sochta Hon K Ab Kiya Tera Hon Main

Bikhra

Main Tujhe Dhoondne Yaadon Ki Khuli Sarkon Pr...
Kushk Patton Ki Tarah Roz Bikhar Jata Hon...

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

Ye Sham Suhani Ho Jaye
Rangeen Kahani

Raat Uss ne Poocha tha
Tum ko Kaisi Lagti Hai
Chandni December ki_____!!

Main ne Kehna Chaha Th

Dil Hijr K Dard Se Bojhal Hai
Ab Aan Milo To Behtar Hai

Is Bat Se Hum Ko Kya Matlab
Ye Kese Ho

Har Roz Sota HOn Tere Khawab Ki Khatir...

Tera DArd Jaga Deta Hai Tere Deedar Se pehle...

Aanay wali hai kya balaaa sar par,
Aaj phir dil main dard hai kam kam..

LEAVES and rain and the days of the year,
(Water-willow and wellaway,)
All these fall, and my so

Tamaam Shehar Main Ab To Hai Raaj Kaantoon Ka,
Mujhay Qabool Nahi Ye Samaaj Kaantoon Ka,

Chalo

kharab mosam dhoond had e naar se door

tum bhi mere liye bane ho eid ka chaand

RaB JaNe Ab KiS Ki BaanH0N Ka SaHara Leta H0Ga?

LiPat Jata Tha MuJh Se J0 Is SarD DeCeMbEr Mein.

ye eid bhi guzar jaye gi tere bageir

chalta rahe ga meri zindagi ka safar tere bageir

Ab yeh bhi nahin theek ke har dard mittaa dain,
Kuch dard kaleje se lagaane ke liye hain..

Bichre Huwon Ki Yaad Mein Ankhen Udaas Hain
Ae Subh e Eid Ghar Ko Sajaoon Tou Kis Tarhaa!

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Urdu Poetry

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