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ye log DhunD rahe hain yahan wahan mujh ko

ye log DhunD rahe hain yahan wahan mujh ko
talash karte nahin apne darmiyan mujh ko
main agle pichhle zamanon se ho ke aaya hun
kahin nazar nahin aae hain raftagan mujh ko
wo jis mein lauT ke aati thi ek shahzadi
abhi talak nahin bhuli wo dastan mujh ko
ye kis ne kar diya saiqal zamin ka aaina
tah-e-zamin nazar aata hai aasman mujh ko
ajib shaKHs hai jis ne kahin nahin jaana
ye kah ke dekhta jata hai karwan mujh ko
mujhe KHabar hai kahani ka ant aa gaya hai
mujhe KHabar hai ki hona hai raegan mujh ko

Latest Urdu Poetry

COME swish around, my pretty punk,
And keep me dancing still
That I may stay a sober man
Although

Alice was walking beside the White Knight in Looking Glass Land.

'You are sad.' the Knight said i

TUM AiSA KARNA !
koi Jugnu ,
koi Sitara ,
sambhal rakhna!

Mery andheron ki fikar choro,

Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie
Which we ascribe to heaven. The fated sky
Gives us free scope

I weep for Adonais -he is dead!
O, weep for Adonais! though our tears
Thaw not the frost which bin

Har aashna mein kahaN khooy-e-mahramaana woh

K be-wafaa tha magar dost tha puraanaa woh

KahaN

بنام طاقت کوئی اشارہ نہیں چلے گا
اداس نسلوں پہ اب اجارہ

Sar-e-mehfil eman ka soda hote hoe daikha
Insan ko hewan bante hoe daikha
Nahin hai yaad abb hum k

When I was a boy I called the moon a
white plate of jade, sometimes it looked
like a great mirror

Har pal dehan mai basne wale
Log afsane hojate hain

Ankhen borhi hojati hain
Khawab purane hoja

Jis ko dekho vahi zanjir-ba-pa lagata hai
Shahar ka shahar hua dakhil-e-zindan jana

Ab tera zikr

sikka-e-dagh-e-junun milte jo daulat mangta
tang karti muflisi gar main faraghat mangta
ranj se

Ishq ne hume Rula Diya
Jis Per Marte The usne hi hame bhula Diya
hum to unki yadon mein hi jee lai

A cicada shell;
it sang itself
utterly away.


Translated by R.H. Blyth
Matsuo Basho

This is the Arsenal. From floor to ceiling,
Like a huge organ, rise the burnished arms;
But front

Umar bhar hum rahe sharaabi se,
dil-e-pur-khoon ki ek gulaabi se.

Jee dhaha jaaye hai sehar se a

Apni Baaton Main Mere Naam Ke Hawale Rakhna, ,
Mujh Se Door Ho To Khud Ko Sambhale Rakhna, ,
Log P

The most important thing we've learned,
So far as children are concerned,
Is never, NEVER, NEVER

Ranjish hi sahi, dil hi dukhaane ke liye aaa,
Aaa phir se mujhe chorr ke jaane ke liye aaa,
Kuch t

Jahan Tum Muyassar Nahi Hote
Wahan Muskurana Azaab Lagta Hai...

Urdu Poetry

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