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yun hota tu kia hota

نہ تھا کچھ تو خدا تھا، کچھ نہ ہوتا تو خدا ہوتا
ڈبویا مجھ کو ہونے نے نہ ہوتا میں تو کیا ہوتا

ہوا جب غم سے یوں بے حِس تو غم کیا سر کے کٹنے کا
نہ ہوتا گر جدا تن سے تو زانو پر دھرا ہوتا

ہوئی مدت کہ غالب مر گیا پر یاد آتا ہے
وہ ہر ایک بات پہ کہنا کہ یوں ہوتا تو کیا ہوتا

yun hota tu kia hota

نہ تھا کچھ تو خدا تھا، کچھ نہ ہوتا تو خدا ہوتا
ڈبویا مجھ کو ہونے نے نہ ہوتا میں تو کیا ہوتا

ہوا جب غم سے یوں بے حِس تو غم کیا سر کے کٹنے کا
نہ ہوتا گر جدا تن سے تو زانو پر دھرا ہوتا

ہوئی مدت کہ غالب مر گیا پر یاد آتا ہے
وہ ہر ایک بات پہ کہنا کہ یوں ہوتا تو کیا ہوتا

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Katoon si chubhti hai Tanhai
Angaroon si sulagti hai Tanhai

Koi aa kar hum dono ko hunsa de
Mai

Zabt kar ke hansi ko bhool geya,
Main to us zakhm hi ko bhool geya,

Zaat–dar–zaat hamsafar r

Bikhray Baal Surkh Aankhain! Zard Chehra!
Kon Ho Tum..

Aaj ApNe Hi AksS Se Ye SawaaL PUch Bait

Wöh Ki§i äur Kä Högä Tou Qäyämät Hö Gi
Phir Kisi Kö Bhi Kisi Se Nä Muhäbbät Hö Gi

I was trying to love matter.
I taped a sign over the mirror:
You cannot hate matter and love for

RaB JaNe Ab KiS Ki BaanH0N Ka SaHara Leta H0Ga?

LiPat Jata Tha MuJh Se J0 Is SarD DeCeMbEr Mein.

Darwaza Jo Khola To Nazar Aaye KhaRe Woh
Hairat Hai Mujhe Aaj Kidhar Bhool PaRe Woh

Bhoolaa Na

Marveling he stands on the cathedral's
steep ascent, close to the rose window,
as though frightene

Said Mr. Smith, “I really cannot
Tell you, Dr. Jones—
The most peculiar pain I’m in—
I th

Safar ke baad bhi, zauq-e-safar na rah jaaye
Khyal-o-khaab mein ab ke bhi ghar na rah jaaye

Mai

Maut Barhaq Sahiii Magar Mohsin....

Saans Lainaa Bhii Ek Qayaamat Haiii...

Dost Bhi Miltay Hein Mehfil Bhi Jami Rehti Hai
Tu Nahi Hota To Har Shay Mein Kami Rehti Hai,

A

Meer dariya hai, sune sheyr zabaani uski
allah allah re tabiyat ki ravani uski

Nahi Yaad Teri Yaad Kab Aati Hai
Teri Yaad Ne Is Kabil Bhi Na Chora Hamko

Sing, O goddess, the anger of Achilles son of Peleus, that brought countless ills upon the Achaeans.

Hazaron Gham Zamane Ke Dara Mujh Ko Nahi Sakte,
Bohat Mazboot Hun Mein Bhi Rula Mujh Ko Nahi Sakte

Ragon Me Daudne Firney Ke Ham Nahi Qayal

Jab Aankh Se He Na Tapka To Lahoon Kya

Koi haar gaya koi jeet gaya,
ye saal b akhir beet gaya..!
Kabi sapny sajaye ankho mai kabi beet

Teri ummid, tera intezar jab se hai

Na shab ko din se shikayat na din ko shab se h

sarae chhoD ke wo phir kabhi nahin aaya
chala gaya jo musafir kabhi nahin aaya
har ek shai mere

Urdu Poetry

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