Akhtar Jawad

(8-2-1945 / Gorakhpur)

Ardhangni


Itni bhi na preet karo jo tumko main lauta na sakoon,
Keyon itni unchee urti ho, main dhoondhoon tumhein aur pa na sakoon.
Aakash pe lekar jati hoon main dhool tumhare charnon ki,
Yeh mang kabhi dekhi hi nahin, haiy bhool tumhare nainon ki.
Yeh nain tere gahra sagar, rahta hoon sada jalthal jalthal,
Main mang teri kaise dekhoon, rahta haiy sada inpar aanchal.

Keyon aisae samay mein aati ho, main chor ke tumko ja na sakoon,
Keyon aise roop banati ho jo darpan mein dikhla na sakoon.
Yeh bache mere yeh ghar mera main inko swarg banati hoon,
Jab samay mile tab aati hoon aur charnon mei so jati hoon,
Har bat na likhkho kavita mein keyon mere hosh urate ho,
Haiy roop tumhare nainon ka keyon mujhpar dosh lagate ho.

Tum geet na aise likha karo jo samne sabke ga na sakoon,
Keyon aise sapne dikhate ho is jeevan mein jo pa na sakoon.
Pushpon se saja aangan tera, sapnon se bhara jeevan tera,
Ganga bhi tu hi jamna bhi tu hi aur sangam haiy tan man tera,
Tu poorab des ki nari haiy sansar mein koi upma nahin,
Koi dharti se keya laye ga aakash pe koi tulna nahin.

(Midnight whispers)

Submitted: Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Topic(s): eve


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Midnight whispers.

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  • Ramesh Rai (5/12/2014 9:55:00 AM)

    jab main padhta hoon dhool tumhare charano ki tab ek hi baat rah jata hai kahane ko chahe hum jitna bhi bat jaye hamari maansikta ek thi ek hai aur ek rahegi/ jis bachchi ko lekar apni bajuwo mein pyar karta jab sayani ho jaati hai to aankhe niche kar k baaten karta hai. jab wah mayke se sasural jati hai to paas padosh sabhi ko rula kar jaati hai. A worthy write sir/ (Report) Reply

  • Ruma Chaudhuri (5/1/2014 5:50:00 AM)

    Excellent poem, I read it for a few times and I really like it. Conversation between husband and wife (I think so) . Love and its expression is really nice. Words are also beautiful.Thanks for sharing this. Waiting to read the 2nd part. (Report) Reply

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