Parveen Shakir (Urdu: پروین شاکر) was an Urdu poet, teacher and a civil servant of the Government of Pakistan.
Shakir started writing at an early age and published her first volume of poetry, Khushbu [Fragrance], to great acclaim, in 1976. She subsequently published other volumes of poetry - all well-received - Sad-barg [Marsh Marigold] in 1980, Khud Kalami [Soliloquy] and Inkar [Denial] in 1990, Kaf e Aina [The Mirror's Edge] besides a collection of her newspaper columns, titled Gosha-e-Chashm [The Sight Corner], and was awarded one of Pakistan's highest honours, the Pride of Performance for her outstanding contribution to literature. The poetry books are collected in the volume... more »
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- Bechar Giya Teri Soorat, Bahaar Ka Mosam...
- I'm Happy to Remain a Butterfly
- Yeh Chaand Aur Yeh Abar-e-Rawaan Guzarta...
- Khwaabon Ka Nagar Jala Howa Tha
- Who Then Had The Time To Meet Herself
- To A Victorian Man
- A Bit of Advice
- It has been Written
- A Poem for the Iranian Poetees, Farugh F...
- What will Happen to Flowers ?
- Something To Remember
- To A Friend
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