Heart touching piece of words man!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Keep it up.
Please give the name of actual poet
good poetry man…..keep it up
man don’t me smart….. these words are published in many comercaial books which sell out in the buses and footpaths……. nobody wants to take interest in these silly share………….ssssssssssssssss
Dear Noor whoever you are,Film star NOOR or SYED NOOR or PT NOOR weldone
But standard uprising is needed I read in another peots book a poetry like urs here in Gilgit
TUM AB BACHI NAHI AURAT HOGAI HO
TUM AB MERI ZAROORAT HOGAYI HO
Please respect the souls of Mirza Ghalib,Iqbal,Mir Taqi who will cry on your peoptry.So increase standrad and then market.
@ Fehim, Shazia Khan, Sani
Thank you for the comments. I am neither offended nor discouraged. It is a free world and you have the freedom to share your thoughts. I would have been grateful if you had pointed out technical mistakes in my language, or style of writing rather than leveling baseless allegations.
Allah karay zor-e-qalam aur ziada 🙂
…….SWEET TOUNGE…the language of – the making nd the maker..is indeed a very useful tool…..but as trachourious as life……….NOOR U VE VERY PRECISELY POTRAYED THE ITS MAJESTTY—congrates nd keep it as high as the spayyed peaks of the karakarum ,where the red rose gets lost……
Very inspiring and creative poetry in Urdu. Although, it is our national language, but not our mother tongue and even nurturing and brought up in the remote area of Gilgit –Baltistan, where there is abundant of local languages and Urdu is not even the 3rd or 4th language, but your competency and skills seems like Mirza Ghalib, Mir Taqi Mir or other famous Urdu poets.
Keep it up and prayers for your future endeavor.
Thanks and regards
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