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Best Pashto Poems

Below are the all-time best Pashto poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of pashto poems written by PoetrySoup members


Under The Same Moon -in Afghanistan
Here in violence and in beauty, living under the same moon
The beauty is so ancient, but the present violence here consumes
On one hand Afghanistan is...

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Categories: pashto, appreciation, conflict, culture, history, international, military,
Form: Rhyme



Stinky McGee
A poor little boy named Stinky McGee.
His problem, he'd fart whenever he'd pee.
His Mama fed him beans.
And you know what that means.
He was worried he'd...

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Categories: pashto,
Form: Limerick
Peshawar Massacre by Terrorists killing 134 school children
In English

What sort of a mother am I
Who cannot even count 
the innumerable bullet wounds 
spread all over the delicate body
of her beloved child
However, day...

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Categories: bereavement, death, mother, pashto, student, urdu,
Form: Marsiya
Premium Member Silent Lies
Silent Lies 

Silent lies
Silent tries
Silent deceptions upon the meek
Blaming Yahudi or any others of different speak
Whoever doesn’t subscribe to propaganda’s blubber

The gardens of Babylon had...

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Categories: betrayal, mountains, pashto, philosophy, urdu,
Form: Free verse
The school life
Tears in the eyes
When my school began
Willing to go to home back
That time, the only place of heaven
A small child doesn't know much
What are books...

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Categories: 10th grade, pashto, people, philosophy, poems,
Form: Acrostic



My ink is my blood
Lick these writings of mine  
Let my ink stain your taste buds 
Can you stand the taste of my pain?

Wounded by the sharpness of...

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Categories: miss you, pain, pashto,
Form: Rhyme
Respect The Roots
I’m thankful for slaves who never could understand, “Why do I work for people and get less than the bare minimum wage?”
Why do I go...

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Categories: africa, funeral, happy birthday, inspiration, pashto,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Undying Love

Undying Love



For you I would drain the ocean blue
 fight it's fearsome monsters too
Sail a ship smashing stormy seas
 buy the bank giving you the...

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Categories: fear, future, lost love, pashto,
Form: Rhyme
A Welsh New Year
A Welsh New Year

The night's dark shadow 
creeps softly over the sky. 
Dark, soft fingers pull slowly at the light, 
fully engulfing it into it's...

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© tej singh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nice, pain, pashto, pets, poetry,
Form: ABC
Coming Clean
Coming Clean

Suppose  I was your inner self
the one so determined  to fall,
you wake each day  with a frown on your face
blaming it...

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© tej singh  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: grave, hero, pain, pashto, poetry, power,
Form: ABC
Categories
There's...

america
anniversary 
art
autumn 
anxiety

best friend
betrayal
birth 
and the beach

candy 
car
city
celebrity

devotion
desire
depression
destiny

education
engagement
emo
and eulogy

future 
funeral
farm
funny love

gothic
girlfriend
grief 
and growing up

hair
hip hop
hockey
hilarious

immigration
inspiration
islamic
innocence

january
jewish
jobs
don't forget jesus

kiss 
kindergarten
along with
kid

london 
loss
lonely
and lyric

may 
me 
math 
then there's...

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Categories: pashto, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
New York
She glimmers by the darkness of the sea
To welcome those who seek true liberty
This apple of the earth tempts all to see
The truth that nothing...

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Categories: new york, pashto, places,
Form: Sonnet
I come to Pos' ey Soup' ers Rec' ip' e Res' cue
 ( Looking at the poems of the day or year or whatever it was- saw a poem . . . A poem? Actually called...

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Categories: pashto, 2nd grade, baby, bangla, baptism, baseball,
Form: Didactic
I Am Proud
I am proud I'm not a Trump supporter.
And minding my own business, not like a reporter.
I've always been proud and I'm not sure why.
Sometimes I'm...

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Categories: pashto,
Form: Rhyme
Fanna Fi Sing From Canada
She plays the tabla, Indian drums, a Canadian!
"Fanna -Fi" is their name; Qawwal their claim to fame

O when you are at a loss ... or...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angst, atheist, cheer up, music, pashto,
Form: Ghazal
Premium Member NATURE SEEN AND SINGS- -
Infinite are the ways
Of the Wind
They come blowing too and forth 
You never know where it's going or where it's been 
Infinite of the ways...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, environment, nature, pashto,
Form: Free verse