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Eyes Urdu Poems

These Eyes Urdu poems are examples of Urdu poems about Eyes. These are the best examples of Urdu Eyes poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Allama Iqbal translation: The Tulip of Sinai
Excerpts from "The Tulip of Sinai"
by Allama Iqbal
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

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My heart is bright, from burning inwardly.
My eyes weep blood, for all the...

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Categories: urdu, desire, flower, garden, heart,



Premium Member Rabindranath Tagore translation: Last Curtain
Last Curtain
by Rabindranath Tagore
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

I know the day comes when my eyes close,
when my sight fails,
when life takes its leave in...

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Categories: urdu, death, hindi, night, sea,

Premium Member Rabindranath Tagore translation: I Cannot Remember My Mother
I Cannot Remember My Mother
by Rabindranath Tagore
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch
 
I cannot remember my mother,
yet sometimes in the middle of my playing
a melody...

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Categories: urdu, childhood, hindi, Lullaby, mother,

Premium Member Qateel Shifai translations
O God!
by Qateel Shifai
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

Torture my heart, O God!
If you so desire, leave me a madman, O God!

Have I asked for...

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Categories: urdu,

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...

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Categories: urdu, heart, heartbreak, love, love



Premium Member Gulzar translations
My Apologies, Sona
by Gulzar
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

My apologies, Sona,
if traversing my verse's terrain
in these torrential rains
inconvenienced you.

The monsoons are unseasonal here.

My poems' pitfalls...

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Categories: urdu,

Premium Member Rahat Indori translations
Intimacy
by Rahat Indori
loose translation by Michael R. Burch
 
I held the Sun, Stars and Moon at a distance
till the time your hands touched mine.
Now I...

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Categories: urdu,

Premium Member Mirza Ghalib translations
Near Sainthood
by Mirza Ghalib
translation by Kanu V. Prajapati and Michael R. Burch

On the subject of mystic philosophy, Ghalib,
your words might have seemed deeply profound
and we...

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Categories: urdu,

Premium Member Allama Iqbal translations
Withered Roses
by Allama Iqbal
loose translation by Michael R. Burch

How can my words describe you,
desire of the nightingale's heart?
The gentle morning breeze was your nativity,
the aromatic...

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Categories: urdu, fear, garden, grief, love,

Premium Member The Owl and the Crow
The Owl and the Crow


The hunter captured the owl
He brought her home to his castle
Inside a cell she was put
Away from the rain

The owl, never...

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Categories: imagery, philosophy, urdu, wine,

My favorite anecdote from Urdu
This is my best story in 
my mother tongue urdu 
which I translated and 
tried my best to turn it 
into a poem in english...

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Categories: urdu, wisdom,

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...

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Categories: friendship, urdu,

Premium Member 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...

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Categories: urdu, confusion, depression, fear, life,

Premium Member Still
I know how it feels, I been there before.
Don't wanna go to sleep, don't wanna wake up all alone.
I still want you.
The nights seem to...

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Categories: lost love, urdu, heart,

Premium Member Some Days
Some days
I laugh sometimes when I think 
about you
And I cry sometimes cuz I'm still 
without you
Mostly your memories they all make 
me smile 
But...

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Categories: urdu, day, funeral, loss, smile,