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Yeh jo saanp-seerrhi ka khail hai,

Yeh jo saanp-seerrhi ka khail hai,
Abhi saath they dono hum-navaa,
Woh bhi aik pe,
Main bhi aik pe,
Ussey seerhi mili woh charrh geya,
Mujhe raaste main hi dduss liya,
Mere bakht ke kisi saanp ne,
Barri door se para lautna,
Zakham kha ke apne naseeb ka,
Woh ninaanvey pe pohanch geya,
Main dus ke phair main hi ghir geya,
Usse aik number tha chahiye,
Jo nahin mila so nahin mila,
Main barrha to barhtaa chala geya,
Buss aik chokke ki baat thi,
Pr us se jeetna meri maat thi,
Maine jaan ki gott ghalat chali,
Aur saanp ke mu main daal di,
Abhi saath they dono hum-navaa..

Latest Urdu Poetry

اسے کیسے میں لکھوں گی میں
میں بےبس ہوں
کہاں سے لفظ وہ ل

Kea Saboot chahte ho meri azeat-pasandi ka,,

Kea yeh kaafi nahi keh

Mein tumhein bhoolne ki ko

Use Pana Use Khona, Usi Ke Hijr Mein Rona,
Yehi Gar Ishq Hai ‘Mohsin’ To Ham Tanha Hi Ache Hai

Ajjab soorat_e Haal hoti jaa rahi hai..
Raat k baad raat hoti jaa rahi hai..,

WoH to ab bhi mu

Agar mai hadh se guzar jaon to mujhe maaf kar dena,
Tere dil mai utar jaon to mujhe maaf kardena,

NaSiib AiSa t0 S0z-E-Jigar KiSi K0 Na h0,
K JaL K KhaaK H0 DiL Aur Khabar KiSi K0 Na h0,

JaLy

Tis fine to play
In the fragrant hay,
And romp on the golden load;
To ride old Jack
To the barn

All are not taken; there are left behind
Living Belovèds, tender looks to bring
And make the da

The passing spring
Birds mourn,
Fishes weep
With tearful eyes.
Matsuo Basho

Abi Tum nazuk Phool Ho..!! Sambhalo Apny Jazbon Ko..!!
Ye Tittliyan....!! Kachy Phoolon Ka Bohat N

Ek Dil Hai Jo Har Lamha Jalane Ke Liya Hai,

Jo Kuch Hai Yahan Aag Lagan Ke Liye Hai

اِک د

Gham is kadar barhey ke mein ghabra ke pee gaya,
Is dil ki be-basi pe tarss kha ke pee gaya,
Thukr

Daagh duniya ne diye, zakham zamaane se mile,
Hum ko tohfe yeh tumhe dost banaane se mile,
Hum tar

THE father's name ye ne'er shall be told

Of my darling unborn life;
"Shame, shame," ye cry, "on

Talaaq De To Rahe Ho Ghuroor O Qeher Ke Sath
Ke Mera Shabaab Bhi Lauta Do Mere Mehar Ke Sath

Sitaro ki mehfil sey churaya hai aapko,
Dil sey apna dost banaya hai aap ko,
Is dil ko kabhi tootn

Qadam Qadam Pe Nya Marhala Tha Mein Kiya Krta,
Taveel Hota Gya Fasla Mein Kiya Krta.

Har Shakhs

Ab K Toota Hai To Kuch Chain Se Betha Hai Zara
Warna Is Dil Ne Dikhaye The Tamashy Kya Kya...

Heavy-hocked, barrel-bellied,
exhaling billows of steam, they wait
while the corn, wheat, clover

[Brazil. A friend of the writer is speaking.]


Half squatter, half tenant (no rent)—
a sort

Urdu Poetry

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