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Wo Ada-e-Dilbari ho k Nawa-e-Ashiqaana

Wo Ada-e-Dilbari ho k
Nawa-e-Ashiqaana
Jo dilon ko fatah kar le
Wohi Fatih-e-Zamaana

Ye tera Jamal-e-Kamil, Ye Shabab ka zamaana
Dil-e-Dushmanan salamat, Dil-e-Dostan nishaana

Kabhi Hussan ki tabiyyat na badal saka zamaana
Wohi Naz-e-Be'niazi, Wohi
Shan-e-Khusrawaana

Main hoon is muqam par ab
K Firaq-o-Wasl kaisa
Mera Ishq bhi kahani, Tera Hussan bhi fasaana

Meri zindagi to guzri tere Hijar k sahare
Meri Mout ko bhi piyaaray koi chahiye bahaana..

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Siskian Leti Howi Ghamgeen Hawaon, Chup Raho
So Rahain Hain Dard, In Ko Mat Jagao, Chup Raho

R

Ek Shakhs Ko Deakha Tha
Taron Ki Tarha Hamney

Ek Shaks Ko Chaaha Tha
Apnon Ki Tarha Hamney

E

Naseeb Walon Ko Hoti Hai Muhabbat Ataa Mohsin

Tu Bad-Naseeb Hai To Is Me Muhabbat Ka Kya Qasoor..

Hansne wale ab aik kaam karen,
Jashn-e-girya ka ehtimaam karen,
Hum bhi kar len jo raushni ghar ma

Alas! this is not what I thought life was.
I knew that there were crimes and evil men,
Misery and

My window-pane is starred with frost,
The world is bitter cold to-night,
The moon is cruel, and

Kyun vasl ki shab hath laganey nahin dete,
Maashooq ho ya koi amaanat ho kissi ki..

Main apne ghar geya tha woh jab apne ghar gayi,
Phir mujh ko kya khabar ke wahan se kidhar gayi..

Kabhi kabhi behadh ddar lagta hai
Ke dosti ke sab rupehle rishte
Pyaar ke saare sunehre bandhan
S

Zahid sharab peene de masjid mein beth kar,
Yaa woh jagha bata jahan Khuda nahin..
(Mirza Ghalib

Aa gayi yaad shaam dhalte hi,
Bujh geya dil chiraagh jalte hi,
Khul gaye shehr-e-gham ke darvaaze,

Suna hai mere baad ab wo Hansta b nahi hai
Badal geya hai ab wo Pehle jaisa Bhi nahi hai

Sab keh

The blessed damozel lean'd out
From the gold bar of Heaven;
Her eyes were deeper than the depth
O

Ik teri baraabri k liye..
Khud ko kitna giraa chuka hun mein

Suny Hain Tazkary Us K Magar Dekhi Nahe Ab Tak..

Mohabat Pass Sy Guzry To Kuhni Maar Dena Tum..

Logon K Liye Sahib-E-Qirdar Bhi Main Tha,
Khud Apni Nigahon Me Gunhagar Bhi Main Tha.

Kiun Ab

As I mused by the hearthside,
Puss said to me;
'there burns the fire , man,
and here sit we.

F

Me Gurezaan Hun Mohabbat Se To Sabab Kuch Or Hain

Warna Hai Kon Jo Chaahat Ka Talab-Gaar Nahi

Afsos ki dandaan ka kiya rizq falak ne,
jin logon ki thi dar-khur-e-aqd-e-guhar angusht.

Kaafi h

Qissa Abhi Hijjab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,
Mein Aap, Woh, Janab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Muddat Huwi K

Urdu Poetry

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