poet Akhtar Jawad

Akhtar Jawad

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My grandfather at Jamia Nizamia, Delhi
when found himself a failure,
he migrated to Medina whereat,
he obtained his dream's lovely allure,
the degree of Shaikh-ul-Hadith there
(the final degree of a Muslim Schollar) .
A pretty rose after a long endure.


My father, a Moulvi Alim from Nizamiah, Delhi
and Moulvi Fazil from Nadvat-ul-Ulema Lucknow,... more »

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  • Rose Marie Juan-austin (9/5/2020 1:35:00 PM)

    Akhtar Jawad is a great Poet and a great man.
    A great thinker, his Poetry can take us to the realm
    of eternity.
    He is a pillar of Poem Hunter. We are blessed by
    his presence.

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  • Me Poet Yeps Poet (8/22/2020 1:45:00 PM)

    500/500==FIRST SIR

    CONGRATASSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS

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  • Jagdish Singh Ramána (4/27/2020 10:40:00 PM)

    Except Akhtar Jawad Ji! ! ! ! ! !

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  • Jagdish Singh Ramána (4/27/2020 10:39:00 PM)

    To write as to the Poet's Comment I recall a beautiful couplet of Maulana Rumi:
    ،نه ھر کلکی شکر دارد، نه ھر زیری زبر دارد
    نه ھر چشمی نظر دارد، نه ھر بحری گوھر دارد۔

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  • Denis Mair (1/6/2020 10:49:00 AM)

    When reading Altar Jawad's poems, I am inhaling a special fragrance which I can't identify. Perhaps it is rose scent from the garden of Urdu poetry, magically transposed into English. Perhaps it comes from the courtyard of a Sufi shrine. Perhaps it is a breath of wind, sanctified by love, which has blown through the quarters of common people. I want read more to gather clues about where this wind came from!

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  • Soran M. H (12/21/2019 4:33:00 PM)

    well done you are great poet, thank you for all these amazing poems, all the best

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  • Rose Marie Juan-austin (10/14/2019 9:21:00 PM)

    A beautiful poem that recognizes the many
    wonders of existence, nature and above all,
    God Almighty.
    Very inspiring and wonderfully crafted.

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  • Aamir Abdullah (9/25/2019 11:35:00 AM)

    Hello dear Akhter Jawad.Your poetry is worth reading.Love your work.

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  • Bharati Nayak (10/23/2018 11:06:00 PM)

    Dear Akhtar Jawadji, I am really touched by your poems you wrote in response to my Odia poem' Nua Barsa' and Odia translation of Gitanjali ( poem -7.) .It is not how far you could understand my poem in Odia language, but it shows your love for my poem, it shows your love for poetry, your desire to understand other people, other language and other culture and over all your humanistic attitude..I am so grateful to have met poets like you.Thank you so much.

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  • Kumarmani Mahakul (10/20/2018 1:58:00 AM)

    First Posted on date 9/30/2018 12: 24: 00 AM Reviewed and Updated on Date 10/20/2018
    To POET: Akhtar Jawad

    Note: Along with the previous acrostic poem on the poet as a tribute, we offer dual titles of honour to poet Akhtar Jawad as Poet Mars and Poetic Power. From today on-wards he will be known as Poet Mars and Poetic Power Akhtar Jawad. Hope all poets and visitors will accept this.

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Best Poem of Akhtar Jawad

A Teen Aged Widow

When the morning star,
Sees first sun ray,
And disappears,
In grief and distress,
Gives a parting kiss,
To the nude lady,
Who takes her bath,
Every early morning,
In the sea of fire,
And once again,
Like a virgin in tact,
Likes a teen-aged beauty,
Flying high in sky,
The fine wet grass,
Licking milky foot,
Ask birds to rise,
And sing their song,
Asks flowers and buds,
To change night suits,
And moves to the bank,
And sits nimble footed,
Partly on the earth,
And partly in river,
A cold, pleasant wind, ...

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