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Zamane wale kabhi bhi apne nahin hote

Zamane wale kabhi bhi apne nahin hote
Har jai chehre wafa ka pekar nahin hote
Jin k pass hoti hain umer bhar ki yadain
Wo log tanhai me bhi tanha nahin hote
Na daikh yon kisi ghareeb ko nech nazroon se
Koi majbori na ho to hath phele nahin jate
Waste daite hain abb Khoda k tujhe
Aur hum se abb jabar sehne nahin hote
Shaid ajj me tere naseeb me hota
Agar tum mere ansaon par hanse nahin hote
Bhool jate hain jo apni mohabbat ko
Ankhon me un k anso nahin hote
Photata hai jin k andar chashma mohabbat ka
Daman un k kabhi mele nahin hote
HUSSNAIN chahte hain jo kisi ko sache dil se
Aik din k wo mehtaj nahin hote

Latest Urdu Poetry

Kisi Bewafa Ki Khatir Ye Janoon-e-Faraz Kab Tak?
Jo Tumhein Bhula Chuka Hai, Usy Tum Bhi Bhool Jao

Ek Dil Hai Jo Har Lamha Jalane Ke Liya Hai,

Jo Kuch Hai Yahan Aag Lagan Ke Liye Hai

Aik chand tanha khara raha
Mere asmaan se zara prey

Mere sath sath safar mai tha
Meri manzilon

On the green little isle of Inchkenneth,
Who is it that walks by the shore,
So gay with his Highla

The hours turned to days,
days to weeks,
and weeks to months.
Nothing has changed,
I'm still in

Nazdeekiyon main door ka manzzar talash kar,
Jo haath main nahin hai woh pathar talash kar,
Suraj

Tera hijr mera naseeb hai,
Tera Gham hi meri hyaat hai
Mujhe teri doori ka Gham ho kyuN
Tu

Koi Tadbeer Bhoolne Ki Nahi
Yaad Aney k So Bahane Hain...

Taskeen na ho jis se wo raaz badal dalo
Jo raaz na rakh paye hamraaz badal dalo
Tum ne b suni ho g

The shallows –
a crane’s thighs splashed
in cool waves
Matsuo Basho

choriyan main le aai hoon

pehnane aao gay Eid pe mujhe

Darakht-E-Jaan Pe Aazab Rutt Thi,
Na Barg Jagey Na Phool Aye,

Bahar Wadi Se Jitny Panchi Edhar

Wo na milein to kya hua ye aashqi hai hawas nhi
Main usi ka tha
main usi ka hun wo mera nhi to n

High-mindedness, a jealousy for good,
A loving-kindness for the great man's fame,
Dwells here and

Goya Andaz-E-Taazeem Hai Ameeron Jesa
Mere Andar Ka Hai Insan Faqeeron Jesa

Hum Ne Chehre Pe Saj

COME away, come away, death,
And in sad cypres let me be laid;
Fly away, fly away, breath;

daraKHt-e-jaan par azab-rut thi na barg jage na phul aae
bahaar-wadi se jitne panchhi idhar ko aae

Bheerh Main Ik Ajanabii Kaa Samna Achcha Lagaa
Sab Se Chup Kar Vo Kisii Kaa Dekha Achcha Laga
Surm

Har ek baat ko chup-chaap kyun suna jaye,
Kabhi to hauslaa kar ke nahin kaha jaye,
Tumhara ghar bh

Ye aankh ronay ki shiddat se laal thori hai,,

Malal hai mgr itna malal thori hai..

Bas apnay w

Urdu Poetry

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