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Pashto Poems | Examples of Pashto Poetry

Pashto Poems - Examples of all types of pashto poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for pashto.

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One wink shy from 2 thinks too many
I lie in this bed and just thank, as my mind strays and plays tricks and pulls pranks. Deeper into the quagmire I sank. My thoughts as free as a fish is in...Read More
Categories: 4th grade, pashto,
Form: Rhyme



Pakistan, Paraguay, PAPUA, Philippines, Poland - Pray for P peoples, countries, territories
LORD, I humbly greet Thee who got me up, gifted me another DAY God in THREE PERSONS: Father, Son, Spirit, I love Thee as YOU first loved me I have a prayer list, and "P" countries, for...Read More
Categories: america, humanity, international, pashto,
Form: Sonnet
Rise O Empire of Tibet
O’Great Nation of the Himalayas, Claim your rightful place on the earth, Prove to none, except yourself, what your worth, Hurdle the Dragon, that Serpent into the dearth, Stand affirm, fortress strong, War with Dragon, no matter how long, Do not...Read More
Categories: america, judgement, military, pashto,
Form: Political Verse
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 of the Wind Slowing down is the way of the...Read More
Categories: pashto, allegory, allusion, environment, nature,
Form: Free verse
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 down ... hear them sing! Fanna-Fi is the band's name, in...Read More
Categories: pashto, angst, atheist, cheer up,
Form: Ghazal



Premium Member Munir Niazi translations
The Condition of My Heart by Munir Niazi loose translation by Michael R. Burch There's no need for anyone else to get excited: The condition of my heart is not the condition of hers. But were we to receive...Read More
Categories: pashto, heart, heartbreak, love, love
Form: Verse
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 a recipe. Inspiration! --- Trans°mutilate a recipe into fungal posery....Read More
Categories: pashto, 2nd grade, baby, bangla,
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 not sure why I even try. I am proud that I'm...Read More
Categories: pashto,
Form: Rhyme
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 and what is school? Just like that, I was unable to...Read More
Categories: 10th grade, pashto, people,
Form: Acrostic
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 in this world is free Such beauty bears a burning torch...Read More
Categories: new york, pashto, places,
Form: Sonnet
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 both fools and gardeners False accusations False assumptions Defiling peace, a sad interruption Deception...Read More
Categories: betrayal, mountains, pashto, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
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 fart the kind you'd see. ...Read More
Categories: pashto,
Form: Limerick
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 all that it appears Insurgents here are so deadly; through the...Read More
Categories: pashto, appreciation, conflict, culture, history,
Form: Rhyme
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 and night I keep counting the myriad of...Read More
Categories: bereavement, death, mother, pashto,
Form: Marsiya
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 thy mind i bleed...Read More
Categories: miss you, pain, pashto,
Form: Rhyme

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