A Treasury Of Urdu Poetry

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Rajpal & Sons, 2008 - Urdu poetry - 319 pages
 

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Contents

Meer Taqi Meer
18
The head that so proudly wears the crown today
25
ftt W c TCT 3TR I 4f dMd cf5T
26
If Meer continues so loudly to weep
31
STtTf eft cTO Wfe TRI
36
Showering flowers on others
37
A few allegations I have earned against my name
43
MRU
44
Intensity of my love is not less in any way
127
If worrying is our destiny
133
am youthful still still I am young
139
There was nothing special in me
145
remember neither the cruelties of the world
151
Nobody loves anybody else forever though
159
Let the silence of the evening break for its
165
Speak of those imperious eyes O thou this
171

Thousands of desires lifeconsuming and tough
49
on rrq I
52
It is heart after all not brick and stone
55
We cried in love and opened up further thus
61
fotft cfit ff cfitf W FTf ft
62
Life brought us hither death comes and takes
67
OPT fit W 3 I TT
68
Out of sheer frustration well die now we know
69
Whichever way the arrowshooting eyes of
75
Neither am I a source of light to any eye nor
81
Out of consideration and concession I trusted
87
It is indeed difficult to protect your heart against
93
There are worlds beyond the stars too
99
The New Temple
107
The Vagabond
115
To a Young Lady
121
Let not the sorrow of love the common street hit
177
Ask me not for love O dear like before
183
Speak up
189
Let me bow before you
193
Jaan Nisar Akhtar
199
Some sorrow or the other is hidden
207
To the uncaring life
213
Taj Mahal
219
find her attention wandering
225
Somnath
231
The New Dawn
239
Majrooh Sultanpuri
247
Carrying a clue to the days of yore
255
step into my youth
261
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