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Wo Roya To Bohat Par Mujhse Muh Mor Kar Roya

Wo Roya To Bohat Par Mujhse Muh Mor Kar Roya

Koi Majboori Hogi Jo Dil Tor Kar Roya

Mere Samny Kar Diye Meri Tasveer K Tukray

Pata Laga Mere Pechy Wo Unhe Jor Kar Roya...

Wo Roya To Bohat Par Mujhse Muh Mor Kar Roya

Wo Roya To Bohat Par Mujhse Muh Mor Kar Roya

Koi Majboori Hogi Jo Dil Tor Kar Roya

Mere Samny Kar Diye Meri Tasveer K Tukray

Pata Laga Mere Pechy Wo Unhe Jor Kar Roya...

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Tery Grajney Sy buht khOf Aata hy,,
Ay Badal..

Tu Be-Awaz hi BaraS liya kar mery AnSuon ki tra

Kisi ke haq mai sahi wo koi DUA to kare,
Wo keh nahi sakta meri suna to kare,
Kabhi bataye wo aa k

Ae Murda’ay Sad Sala ! Tujhe Kya Nahin Maloom?
Har Mout Ka Poshida Taqaza Hai Qayamat !

A caterpillar,
this deep in fall--
still not a butterfly.


Translated by Robert Hass
Matsuo

Ki Mohammad (PBUH) Se Wafa Tu Ne, To Ham Tere Hain,

Yeh Jahan Cheez Hai Kia, Looh-o-Qalam Tere H

Aise Morh Par La K
Chhorh Dia Hai Us Ne,
Jahan Kisi Dosre Ki To Kiya Mujhe Apni Talab Bhi Nahi R

Kaha tha kisne tujhe aabru gaNwaane jaa
‘Faraz’ aur use haal E dil sunaane jaa

Kal ek faqeer

Yeh mojza bhi muhabbat kabhi dikhaye mujhe..
Kay sang tujh pe girain aur zakham aye mujhe..
Main g

Dar Ho Dil Me To Dawa Keje

Dil He Jab Dard Ho To Kya Keje

I
The sun, with his great eye,
Sees not so much as I;
And the moon, all silver-proud,
Might

Tere Baghair B Hum Ji To Rahy Hain Lekin

Saza-e-Moot K Mayoos Qaidiyon Ki Trha...

Maine Sab Khwahishon Ko Taal Diya,
Apne Dil Se Tumhe Nikal Diya

Waqt-e-dua main ek dua karon,
main rab se ek eltija karon,

tu khush rahe,
tu shaad rahe,
teray

I -- A Pleasant Afternoon

for Michael Brownstein and Dick Gallup


One day 3 poets and 60 ears

A boat, beneath a sunny sky
Lingering onward dreamily
In an evening of July --

Children three t

This day winding down now
At God speeded summer's end
In the torrent salmon sun,
In my seashaken

Jo Waqat Baqi Hai Ik Sham Mein Guzar Jaye
Main Zehar Itna Piyoun Sara Shehar Mar Jaye

Udaasiun

I WILL arise and go now, and go to Innisfree,
And a small cabin build there, of clay and wattles ma

Khulte Hain Mujh Pe Raaz Kaai Is Jahan Ke,
Us Ki Haseen Aankhon Main Jab Jhankta Hoon..

You hear the sound of carols from afar.
Bright bulbs and tinsel, cinnamon and cloves.
Beyond a hil

Urdu Poetry

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