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Yeh jo zer E ataab haiN saaray

یہ جو زیر عتاب ہیں سارے
حامی انقلا ب ہیں سارے

شہر ہے جن کے دم سے با رونق
ہم سے خانہ خراب ہیں سارے

دام خوش منظری میں قید ہو کیوں ؟
بے وقوفو !! سراب ہیں سارے

اپنے خوابوں کی لاش اٹھاے ہیں
لوگ جو کامیاب ہیں سارے

وہ گلی ، وہ مکان ، وہ کھڑکی
کچی عمروں کے خواب ہیں سارے

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Yeh jo zer E ataab haiN saaray
Haamii E inqilaab haiN saaray

Shahr hai jin ke dam se ba rounaq
Hum se khaanaa kharaab haiN saaray

Daam E khush manzari meN qaid ho kyun?
Be waqoofo! saraab haiN saaray

Apne khaaboN ki laash uthaaye haiN
Log jo kaamyaab haiN saaray

Woh gali, woh makaan, woh khiRki
Kach_chi umroN k khaab haiN saaray

Aa kisi din tujhe main dikhlaun
Dukh mere lajawab hain saare

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Oh, lay my ashes on the wind
That blows across the sea.
And I shall meet a fisherman
Out of Capri

Hum ho gaye tumhare tumhe sochne k bad,
Ab na daikhen gay kisi ko tumhe daikhne k bad,

Dunya cho

I had a little nut-tree,
Nothing would it bear.
I searched in all its branches,
But not a nut was

Kissi harf main kissi baab main nahin aye ga,
Tera zikar meri kitaab main nahin aye ga,
Nahin jaye

Aata Hii Nahii usS NadaAn k BeghAir jeEna..!

Aey kAsh usS shaks Ne MarNa B sikha DiYa Hota..!

yeh jo mohlat jise kahain hai hum
dekho to intzaar sa hai kuch

Be-Hissi Ki Duniya Mein, Do Sawaal Mere Bhi.,

Kis Tarah Jiya Jaye- Aur Kis Liye Jiyaa Jaye.??

Tujh Main Chupay Hain Meri Zindagi K Hazaron Raaaaz..!
"Ghalib.
Tujhe Wastaa Hai zindagi Ka' Zar

Kon Kehta Hai K Muhabbat Barbaad Karti Hai, ,
Aray Koi Karne Wala Ho To Dunya Yaad Karti Hai, , , ,

Parh Parh Kitaaban Ilm Diyan Tu Naam Rakh Leya Qazi

Hath Vich Phar K Talwaar Tu Naam Rakh Leya Gh

Deedar-E-Yaar Aj Tak Mayassar Nahi Raha

Muddat Hui Humara Koi Basar Nahi Raha

Mara Hai Muflisi

Ajab tilassm* hay tere wajood ka mujh per,
Toota mera har khuwaab magar yeh nahin toota..

Khushboo Bhi Uss Ki Tarz-E-Pazerai Par Gai.
Dheeray Se Meray Haath Ko Chhu Kar Guzar Gai.

Aand

عشق کی تقویم میں عصر رواں کے سوا
اور زمانے بھی ہیں جن کا

A yacht from its harbour ropes pulled free,
And leaped like a steed o’er the race track blue,

Give away her gowns,
Give away her shoes;
She has no more use
For her fragrant gowns;
Take them

On the unbreathing sides of hills
they play, a specklike girl and boy,
alone, but near a specklike

Baat meri kabhi suni hi nahin,
Jaante woh buri bhalli hi nahin,
Dillagi un ki dillagi hi nahin,
R

Thus did they fight about the ship of Protesilaus. Then Patroclus
drew near to Achilles with tears

Urdu Poetry

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