Aziz Ahmad 'Aziz Moradabadi'

Rookie (03/03/1934 / Near Masjid Amin Saheb, Lal Bagh, Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, India)

Aziz Ahmad 'Aziz Moradabadi' Poems

1. My Son’s Vision 12/22/2011
2. Woman 12/22/2011
3. On A Girl’s Wedding 12/22/2011
4. Mother India 12/22/2011
5. The Unity Of God 12/22/2011
6. Pandit Jee 12/22/2011
7. My Dream Came True 12/22/2011
8. Three Questions 12/22/2011
9. Soul 12/22/2011
10. A Letter 12/22/2011
11. Jealousy 12/22/2011
12. To My Students 12/22/2011
13. I Say I Have Lost You Have Won 12/22/2011
14. To Mrs. Indira Gandhi 12/22/2011
15. An Atheist 12/22/2011
16. Birthday 12/22/2011
17. Martyrs 12/22/2011
18. The Mist 12/22/2011
19. Adversity 12/22/2011
20. A Force 12/22/2011
21. A Restful Sleep 12/22/2011
22. Child - Eater 12/22/2011
23. The Lock And The Key 12/22/2011
24. Blessings 12/22/2011
25. Find Out Knowledge 12/22/2011
26. Flight Of Fancy 12/22/2011
27. Friend 12/22/2011
28. Once He Consulted A Doctor 12/22/2011
29. Critics 12/22/2011
30. Flattery 12/22/2011
31. I Adore Lord The Supreme 12/22/2011
32. Fame 12/22/2011
33. Conciliation 12/22/2011
34. Come In My Dream I Beg No More 12/22/2011
35. Bus Collision 12/22/2011
36. A Call For Unity 12/22/2011
37. The Devil's Weeping 12/22/2011
38. I Went On Pondering 12/22/2011
39. True Love 12/22/2011
40. True Freedom 12/22/2011
Best Poem of Aziz Ahmad 'Aziz Moradabadi'

Elegy On Jigar Moradabadi

ELEGY ON JIGAR MORADABADI

INTRODUCTION

Mr. Aziz Ahmad has written an Elegy on the Poet Haji Ali Sikander, commonly known as Jigar Moradabadi. The poem is in 48 stanzas of Eight lines each followed by 48 paragraphs of notes, one for each stanza. They explain the real mood of the stanzas. This is perhaps the first time that an Elegy in English on an Urdu Poet has been attempted. Elegiac poems in Urdu are common. The marsais of Anis and Dabir are long elegiac poems of unsurpassed beauty. An Elegy is literally a song or poem of mourning. The English examples are Lycidas, Adonais ...

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Fame

I sing a song in your honour O Fame!
It may be accepted though it be lame.
Very many are the charms of your name;
The great and small alike want you to tame.

You are in some places well-known as Fame;
While in others, you are nicknamed Defame.
This is only a difference of name,
Howsoever you are the one and the same.

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