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Short Urdu poem by Robert Johnson| Details |

dreams

Unknown warriors

Parade in my soul

Sweat on my brow

Blade in hand

I run screaming 

Into my closet


Short Urdu poem by FATHIMA DAWOOD| Details |

Chai

Seductively sweet aromatic pleasure

Tensing frazzled nerves together

What caffeinated bliss

Is tea



Chai - Urdu word for tea


Short Urdu poem by nick carter| Details |

I Godda Be Someone and Soda you

   
I don't know
But I've been told
That I can't live
Without the fold
And I believe it
Because it's true
I can't be a me
Without a ewe


Short Urdu poem by Peter Brown| Details |

Anticipation

I stand and wait by the garden gate
My object of affection is fashionably late
When she appears she will be mine
For a wedding is planned to celebrate.


Short Urdu poem by Steven Henderson| Details |

Sinful Are These Ways

If one where to read all human dossiers 
This be the cause of all our sinful ways
If we do not stop all our transgressions
Soon then will be an end to our days


Short Urdu poem by bessie kolb| Details |

Lost

Lost, destination undefined
On a search for something I'll never find
Repeating reflection, endless time line
A place of unexsistance, a desired state of mind.


Short Urdu poem by Jaap van den Born| Details |

Introduction

Though on the outside I look rather dull
I keep a secret deep down in my skull
I fool the world with common sense behaviour
Ha! No one knows that God lives here in Hull!


Short Urdu poem by shadab shaikh| Details |

Zindagi

Shikayat Toh Sabhi Karte hai
Par shikayat karoge Kab Tak

Haqeeqat Ki Talaash To Sabko Hai
Par Haqeeqat Talaashoge Kab Tak

Jo Bhi Hai
Yehi Zindagi Hai Bas

Jilo Thoda Iseh
Zinda Ho Jab Tak


Short Urdu poem by Sara Kendrick| Details |

Boredom Flew

<em>The boredom leaped into the wind _flew
Upon the summer clouds reaches the blue
Flies upward joining buzzards circling ring
So boredom's limits somewhat now askew  </em>


Augh!!!Augh!!!Brain freeze and fatigue


Short Urdu poem by Laura Valledy| Details |

OBLIVION OF UNICORN INFECTED EXISTENCE OF FECAL MATTER

I once told a lie 
as I looked her in the eyes
LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
I just smashed a bowl

CB is a troll
In both sense
Wandering through minds of the unforgiven
As they irrationally spill their metaphorical hearts


Short Urdu poem by Mohammad Yamin| Details |

Lost Hope

On the plight of this garden till when to grieve
Will this nest ever its glory retrieve

The companion birds are all flown away
O cyprus trees and roses! Permit me to leave

(Influenced by a Rubai of an eminent Urdu poet Josh Malihabadi)


Short Urdu poem by Josey Portas| Details |

LIFE

Life is..

Living,

Breathing,

Blinking.

Life is..

Walking,

Running, 

Catching up.

Life is..

Thinking,

Wondering,

Making excuses.

Life is..

Talking,

Telling, 

Writing poetry.

Life is..

Wanting,

Loving,

Dying when you're not here.


Short Urdu poem by Michael Muzilla| Details |

Embark

I try to reach profundity
but all around make fun of me
for living life with simpler goals
like learning and tranquility.

So now I'm leaving all I've got 
to quest for my own Camelot.
Requiring only books and pen
I'm setting off to find my spot.


Short Urdu poem by bessie kolb| Details |

No One

Silent screams no one hears
Tired eyes filled with tears
Gut wrenching heartache no one feels
Emotions dark enough to kill
Mental exhaustion no one sees
Strong enough it hurts to breathe
An answer seekin no one speaks
A language spoken without speech


Short Urdu poem by Roy Christian Jr.| Details |

If I Say

If I say that I love,

would you know it's from the heart?

If I say I miss you,

would you believe from the moment of part?

 

When we are together

I want it to be forever!

You know when I say I love you

That it's really true.

 

I just want you to know my love for you

is really true.


Short Urdu poem by Nigel Fox| Details |

On Entering Heaven

Welcomed around me the half dead in lost love writhing in ecstasy
I myself now in the place of the past of dreams devoid of such chastity 
Well met seeing my lost love beautiful with chestnut eyes and soft such curved hips
In dreams devoid of vanity I will and now just serve myself so handsomely


Short Urdu poem by Muhammad Shanazar| Details |

A Conflict

Deep darkness fears me at night, 

Sable thoughts surround me tight, 

Run I to the dark corners to escape, 

Wrestle against inner self and fight, 

The conflicting struggle continues, 

Till I exhaust and lose the might, 

The next day recovers me again, 

And the night brings the same plight.


Short Urdu poem by saqib rao| Details |

love

    If there was a shop of happiness
    And If I knew about it
    I would buy every happiness for you
    Even if my life be the price of it..!

  Kaash koi khushiyon ki dukaan hoti
    Aur mujhe uski pehchaan hoti
    Khareed leta har khushi aapke liye
    Chahe uski keemat meri jaan bhi hoti..!


Short Urdu poem by Steven Henderson| Details |

Unleashing Human Wretchedness

Considering in deeds we act as elves
People then would actually see themselves
If for a moment they only dare look
In this dark cavern all misery dwells

As the affliction in your soul draws nearer
The image in front of you becomes clearer
A key bearer unlocking all that is done
You now recognize the face in the mirror


Short Urdu poem by nandlal pancholi| Details |

ENGLISH GAZAL

English Gazal:

(RADIF:AT NIGHT)

(KAFIA:surrounds,rounds,hounds,sounds)



Darkness surrounds at night

Sentries take rounds at night



Night is exclusively meant for owls

Remain awake hounds at night



When everything is calm and drowsy

Jackals make strange sounds at night























      

    

  

 

   



 

 


Short Urdu poem by Poetry Aircraft Carrier B| Details |

Life

Life is a bag of jilly beans
Never in a separate bowl
Fruity, exquisite, spooned by Ian.

PiCk
and 
MiX

Crouching, the tiger 
amalgamated the prism of daL.

Floating, the petal
never arrived.

Dreaming, the tangerine peeled to reveal
a bun.

The fiddler: Dum digga dum.

Diggy diggy diggy dum.
And when the bag 'a' beans is empty,

PLLP.


Short Urdu poem by Reshad Yahyaie| Details |

Oh Love

They do it without realizing,
They dont really have a clue,
Reading between the lines,
Is something they just cant do.

When there is an argument,
They think they're always right,
No matter what we say or do,
They didnt start the fight.

They blame it on our hormones,
And never take the rap,
If they call us moody *****es,
Then they get a slap.


Short Urdu poem by saqib rao| Details |

love

o Far Stars Say How To Beautify,
So Near Earth Says How To Modify,

So Many Birds Say How To Justify,
So Many Buds Say How To Glorify,
Drops Of A Rain Say How To Purify,

A Lot Of Animals Show How To Serve,
Nature Of Light Says Dont Be Curve,

Our Body Also Says Support As Nerve,
Soil Of A Desert Shows How To Absorb,
Eyes Of The Eagle Say How To Observ


Short Urdu poem by Michael Muzilla| Details |

Tomorrow 2

Every day I wake
I tell myself that I will
accomplish something
Maybe I'll start on that book
or clean up my room for once

I get distracted
I think "maybe tomorrow"
Why do it right now
when I'm tired or annoyed
and could do it the next day?

So I drift to sleep
I tell myself that I will
accomplish something
My life is going to change
but not until tomorrow


Short Urdu poem by Irfana Ali Bhat| Details |

Not yet

Haven't come face to face with my life yet
My desires havent turned into my goal yet

Don't know what i am in search of
My efforts havent bore fruit yet

Yearning to fly in the vast blue sky
But i havent turned into a bird yet
 
Wanted to soothe each inch of me
But I am not a perfume yet

Don't get ,what I keep on thinking
Haven't  controlled my senses yet..


Short Urdu poem by Safi Yani| Details |

What I Got

Numerous nears and dears I got

So, lots of pains and fears I got.



How shall I thank you for your love?

Say, for the wealth of tears I got.



I shared my secrets with my friends,

But from them only jeers I got.



I must do now what I need to,

And not count on the years I got.



Darts from sharp tongues do make me cry,

Sometimes I curse the ears I got.








Short Urdu poem by Irfana Ali Bhat| Details |

lessons learned

Lessons learned are life's gain

Without them life would be mundane

 

Each day brings a gift with it

To unwrap it you have to endure pain

 

Come what may,you have to brave it

Otherwise,all the gain goes down the drain

 

Take those lessons seriously ,my dear

Lest,you live your life all in vain

 

Lessons learned and lived properly

That is what, our end should retain.....


Short Urdu poem by Ernesto P. Santiago| Details |

Words Whisperer

Youve swallowed my misery, 

My old self, just by a smile;

By letting me feel the mountains move, 

Youve freed me, just by a smile;

My twisted thoughts,

Have been untangled by you, with just a smile;

I offer my body and soul to you, O my words whisperer,

Youve whispered me a new life, just by a smile;

I offer myself to you O, Jamlaila,

Youve made me your man, just by a smile.


Short Urdu poem by Muhammad Shanazar| Details |

O! Death Stop

When indelible memories of the past,

Torment my heart and mind; I write.



When mist floats in front of the eyes,

The light comes from behind; I write.



When the men of the callous world,

Compel me to be confined; I write.



When my heart weeps wailing upon

The wise being led by the blind; I write.



When in self schemed distribution I see

The deserving limping behind; I write.


Short Urdu poem by Shabeeb Hashmi| Details |

Mujh say uljhtay raho meray jazbat ki tarha

Mujh say uljhtay raho meray jazbat ki tarha,
Her aik talaq toor doo meray halat ki tarha,

Ho kar khafa mujh say kaheen tum door na jaoo gay,
Wabasta hoo tum sansoon say meri zaat ki tarha,

Sochoon main meri shamil aur tahreroon main ho basi,
Hontoon pay meray rahtay hoo kisi baat ki tarha,

Bholay say main kabhi teri galiyoon main aa basoon,
Hussan ka sadka utar doo kheyraat ki tarha..

Shabeeb Hashmi


Short Urdu poem by Shabeeb Hashmi| Details |

Raat guzray gi tu rakh layna bharam ajj kay baad

Raat guzray gi tu rakh layna bharam ajj kay baad
Hum na ayen gay kabhi shehar main teray ajj kay baad
 
Woh teray sheroon aur gazloon main mera khoo sa jana
Ab na parh payen gay dewan teray ajj  kay baad,
 
Mujh ko lafzoon main saja kay jo kabhi likhy thay
Honthoon pay woh geet na ayen gay teray ajj kay baad
 
Sham aye gi tu pher chand bhi batlay ga hamain
Woh na jhankay ga kbhi ghar main teray ajj kay baad.


Short Urdu poem by Nigel Fox| Details |

My Love my Muse

I beg for a haven prison please let open your gates
freed of enraptured weak thoughts now still your love dominates

My rivals for your love shall all be all rejected 
thoughts love turning their vintage wine a sour inflected

Smashing statues broken mirrors just convexities
captive my loves wounds just absorbing concavities

The hunt is over and I hear the call to prayer
lover a man contented now no more solitaire


Short Urdu poem by Nigel Fox| Details |

My Muse


I beg for a haven prison please let open your gates
freed of enraptured weak thoughts now still your love dominates

My rivals for your love shall all be all rejected 
thoughts love turning their vintage wine a sour inflected

Smashing statues broken mirrors just convexities
captive my loves wounds just absorbing concavities

The hunt is over and I hear the call to prayer
lover a man contented now no more solitaire


Short Urdu poem by Shabeeb Hashmi| Details |

Mushkil main bohat hoon zara jeena tu sikha do

Chahat main sambhlnay ka karina to sikha do,
Mushkil main bohat hoon zara jeena to sikha do,

Kiyoun chand say chehray pay baysakoni ki fiza hai
Ankhoon main chupi pyaas ko peena to sikha do,

Main sham dhalay aoon darwazay ko khula rakhna,
Dahleez pay bhi shama ko pighalna to sikha do,

Zakhmoon pe marham rakh ky kuch der to behlao,
Aur daman main howay chhedon* ko sena to sikha do..

(chhedon;holes)

Shabeeb Hashmi


Short Urdu poem by Devwrat Dube| Details |

Hope

My topic is hope,

	It&#8217;s of everyone for a robe,

I surveyed round the globe,

                      By results I was shocked,

Some had hope of earning,

                     While others had of winning,

Some were negative,

                     While others were willing,          

You should be hard as a rock,

                    To bear every shock,

Being positive do your job,

	& shine within the mob!!!!!!


Short Urdu poem by Reshad Yahyaie| Details |

Daddy's Boy

My little eyes are watching,
My ears are listening too.
They take in everything
That you say and do.

My little hands are eager
To do the things you do.
I'm hoping and I'm dreaming
I'll grow up just like you.

I am just a little guy
Who knows that you are wise
You'll teach me what I need
For someone just my size.

I'm a bright eyed little fellow
Who is watching what you do
And I'm waiting for the day
I'll be grown up just like you.


Short Urdu poem by Aron Jacob| Details |

Ghazal to Find a Reason

Force of mortal and faceless reason

A dark light finds no fate to reason.



Of cancerous nights, an uprooted slumber

Manic red luster of livid white reason.



No justice refined for the everyman's token

The cavalry's engine, the hum of blind reason.



For heavenly voices a desperate chorus

Numb as in prayer to beseech yet a reason.



One summer's bright flower reborn in a shadow

Calls off the late reaper, a wind of sage reason.


Short Urdu poem by Shabeeb Hashmi| Details |

Subha ki hawa jo kashbo-o-yar lay aye

Subha ki hawa jo kashbo-o-yar lay aye

Meray chaman main naseem-e-bahar lay aye.



Tu ronaq-e-mahfil bazm-e-charagan hai sanam

Teri ada meray chehray pay nikhar lay aye.



Chamakti rahti hain ankheen abgeno ki taraha

Nigha uthi tu saroor-o-khumar lay aye.



Sakoon sa rahta hai teri suhbat main aksar

Mareez-e-ishq kay liay sabr-o-qarar lay aye.



Yeh shartay mohabat thi kay wada yad rahay

Woh sham ajab thi jo tera intezar lay aye.


Short Urdu poem by Josey Portas| Details |

2007

Another day

Another dollar

Another smile

Another frown

Another yell

Another holler

Another state

Another town



One more opinion

One more say

One more losing

One more winning

One more Easter

One more Valentine's Day

One more Halloween

One more Thanksgiving



A brand new foe

A brand new friend

A brand new place

A brand new sight to see here

A brand new memory

A brand new end

A brand new chance all in

A brand new year


Short Urdu poem by Sara Kendrick| Details |

Gray Haired Bloom

<center>Salix Discolor had escaped my view
Living in south that would be nothing new
How I could enjoy your beauty in spring
When only one Weeping Willow see through

Gray-haired bloom so distintive against red
Beauty like fur coat of cat that's purebred
Salix Discolor stands still while wind's wing
Transports young where no other foot has tread</center>

Sponsor: Francine Roberts
Contest:*****willow or Daffodil
Written: Today February 28, 2012


Short Urdu poem by Barbara Gorelick| Details |

Winter Begone



<center>




Oh Winter, with your icy heart
Your cold beauty sets you apart
But time to ease your steely grip
Soon springtime's turn must start

Oh Winter, your fires burning low
New life stirring in the earth below
Bide your time until next year
Hearts long for springtime's glow

Oh Winter, we keep our love for you
But long for skies of blissful blue
We need to know the seasons turn
And the earth once more is born anew

<center>

1/20/13





Short Urdu poem by Quondreika Cheatham| Details |

ROLLING BUTTERFLIES

EVERY TIME I SEE YOU A GLOW COMES OVER ME I SEE THE SUN IN YOUR PRESENCE. 



YOU GOT ME SINGING ON CLOUD NINE LOOKING SO YUMMY AND FINE .



HOPING AND WISHING THAT ONE DAY YOU WILL BE MINE.



HONEY YOU HAVE SOMETHING SPECIAL ABOUT YOU AND I JUST GOTTA GET CLOSE TO YOU.



I WISH THERE WAS SOMETHING THAT I COULD SAY TO GET TO KNOW YOU AND BE WITH YOU.



THESE ROLLING BUTTERFLIES ARE NOT GOING AWAY ANYTIME SOON.



IT GOT ME GOING TO THE MOON.


Short Urdu poem by reyhan yucebay| Details |

Story tree

Posted - 04/15/2007 :  20:58:19           

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Reveal the light

Touchless deem

Fearless dear

Forbs in my trap

How gentlemen

Solicited to just

Lover as friend.



Wake to shine

Till give up

Same question

Will be there 

To flame in breath

Shine to unify.



As of reply in magnitude

Dream expands in its soul 

Forgotten to walk in fire

love passions to climp story tree.

 


Short Urdu poem by reyhan yucebay| Details |

Frame in story tree

Posted - 04/15/2007 :  20:58:19           

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Reveal the light

Touchless deem

Fearless dear

Forbs in my trap

How gentlemen

Solicited to just

Lover as friend.



Wake to shine

Same question

Will be there 

To flame in breath

Shine to unify.



As of reply in magnitude

 Expands in its soul  lover

Forgotten to walk in fire

love  reflects  passions

children  climp story tree.

 


Short Urdu poem by Nigel Fox| Details |

Stonewall Jackson



Let us cross over the river, and rest under the shade of the trees
for surely by waiting we shall see no time gained greater than these

For surely by not waiting we shall see 
no time gained greater to us than these

Pagodas temples and soft music greet us there
oh how soft the rain on my face mistaken tears 

Expression no longer a protest our bones shall not last
things dropped into the ocean will and must sink to their rest



Category -  Forgotten time and times !!


Short Urdu poem by Abdul Malik| Details |

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL

   MERRY CHRISTMAS
           AND
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL MY FELLOW POETS
ALL OVER THE WORLD!!

FARSI - Christmas-e-shoma Mobarak Bashad
FRENCH - Joyeux Noel
GREEK - Kala Christouyenna
GERMAN - Froehliche Weihnachten
ITALIAN - Buone Feste Natalizie 
LATIN - Natale hilare et Annum Faustumi
NAVAJO - Merry Keshmish
BRAZILIAN - Boas Festes e Feliz Ano Novo
SPANISH - Feliz Navidad
URDU - Naya Saal Mubarak Ho
HINDI - Shub Naya Baras
           AND
HAPPY HANUKKAH
HAPPY KWANZA


Short Urdu poem by Barbara Gorelick| Details |

A Dark Mind



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Hear the black wings of night
Across the moon their flight
The heart a lonely place
With darkness demons fight

Hidden corners of my mind
No refuge can I  find
Voices in my ears accuse
Reaching out as if I'm blind 

No one seems to hear me
From my cries they always flee
The raven's beak tears my flesh
With my death, one last plea

Hear the words I can not speak
I did not chose this path so bleak
My mind is not in my control
A bit of understanding is all I seek



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Short Urdu poem by Piyush Kaushal| Details |

Faasle

Karvatein leti raaton ke,
Khwahishon bhare faasle

Samay se choote hue chaahat ke
Zehmaton ke wo faasle

Oat leti salvaton ke
Gungunaate hue faasle

Zubaan pe ladhkhadate hue pyaar ke
Ikraar ke wo faasle

Chand ke aur chandni ke
Roshni bhare wo faasle

Wo ulfat ke dhuon me
Dil jalaate hue faasle

Nahakar paak lafzon me
Ilm-e-jehan ke wo faasle

Simat ke hoton pe
Siharti saans ke wo faasle

zindagi ke parwaan par
kabhi na khatm hotey faasle

tere aur mere aur
hamaare wo faasle

Wo faasle


Short Urdu poem by Briana Richardson| Details |

Why All the Pain

I look all around the world

And ask why all the pain?

With snow comes happiness

But with rain comes much pain.



I look all around the world

And ask why all the crime?

Either suicide,or murder,or maybe even robbing,

But crime is all the time.



I look all around the world

And ask what is the "Game of Life"?

Is it a simple game,

Or a trial before your eyes?



I look all around the world

And ask the question why?

Why do people tear themselves down

Without even a simple try?


Short Urdu poem by Richard Lamoureux| Details |

Neglected

You didn't listen to what she had to say
Now you understand why she went away
In your heart you long to have her back
It's not too late you will see that day

You did not recognize that you had a gift
It was sadness that caused your mind to shift
Call out and ask for her forgiveness
It will give both of your spirits a lift

She is longing to feel your warm embrace
You will see joy written on her face
She wants to be your priority
Now she knows this really is the case


Trying out a new form


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