Col Muhamad Khalid Khan

Gold Star - 45,920 Points [Col Muhammad Khalid Khan] (Ist May 1958 / Abbottabad Pakistan)

Biography of Col Muhamad Khalid Khan

Col Muhamad Khalid Khan poet

Colonel Muhammad Khalid Khan lives in Abbottabad Pakistan.His pen name is Mehr which means Love and Sun in Urdu and Persian. He did his F.Sc and B.A from Government Post Graduate College Abbottabad afterwards he did his Masters in English Language and Literature, LLB, Masters in Educational Administration from University of the Punjab Lahore, he also did Masters in TEFL (Applied Linguistics) and Diploma in TEIL (Teaching English as an International Language) under the auspices of British Council and American Centre, he started his career as lawyer and then got commission in PAKISTAN ARMY as an English Instructor.He is a poet and writer. As an editor his appreciable work is Pakistan Army Journal, Pakistan Defence Review, Army Green Book and The Rising Crescent..., His Seven books are already published namely Pa be-Gill (Urdu Poetry) , Anap Shanap (Urdu Humorous Poetry) , Feelings (English Poetry) , Gulab Rehnay Day (Urdu Poetry) , Chains of Life (English Poetry) , Golden Glow (English Poetry) , Col Muhammad Khalid Khan Poems e-book (Published by , Raflian (Hindko Poetry) and Khaki Lafafa (Urdu Prose) .His two latest books one in English Poetry Golden Glow and the other in Pushto Poetry Da Meenay Dastak have been published recently.His two books of Urdu Poetry Aks Dar Aks and Ant Shant are under publication.His published books can be seen and read on his website, as well as on his page on facebook.His email address is

Col Muhamad Khalid Khan's Works:

Published English poetry books;
d. Col Muhammad Khalid Khan Poems e-book (Published by Updates

Truth Prevails

Dirty minds by remaining in the deep
Conspire with satan to flourish and keep
The promise of their bad intentions
By continuous immoral submissions
Apprently good people to suffer
But their conscience dictate to prefer
Life over death in the hour of trial
They celebrate their dignity worthwhile
Merit and calibre ordinarily fail

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