100 Poems by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, 1911-1984

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100 Poems by Faiz Ahmed Faiz, 1911-1984
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 2
  • Acknowledgements 3
  • Dedication 4
  • Contents 5
  • Preface 9
  • Faiz Ahmed Faiz (1911-1984) - Biographical Note 16
  • Key to Transcription of Urdu into Roman 19
  • Section a Poems No. 1 To No. 60 21
  • 1- Nocturne 23
  • 1- Sarôd-E-Shabâna 24
  • 2- Awaken Not the Chords 25
  • 2- Âj Ki RÂt 26
  • 3- A Scene (1) 27
  • 3- Ek Manzar 28
  • 4- Don’t Ask Me Now, Beloved 29
  • Mujh Se Paih’Li Si Muhabbat Meri Maihbüb Na Mäñg 30
  • 5- Solitude 33
  • 5- Tanhai 34
  • 6- Speak 35
  • 6- Bôl 36
  • 7- As We Are 37
  • 7- Ham Lôg 38
  • 8- Impatient Heart, Be Still 39
  • 8- AI Dil-E-Betab Thaihar 40
  • 9- The Dawn of Freedom (August 1947) 43
  • 9- Sub’H-E-âzâdi Agast 1947 44
  • 10- On the Martyr’s Field (Qawwali)* 47
  • 10- Sar-E-Maqtal (Qawwâli) 48
  • 11- The Evening Star 51
  • 11- Sitâra-E-Shâm 52
  • 12- Prison Evening 53
  • 12- Zindân Kl Ek Shâm 54
  • 13- Remembrance 57
  • 13- Yad 58
  • 14- Meeting in Prison 59
  • 14- Mulaqat 60
  • 15- O City of Lights 65
  • 15- AI Ra Wshniyôñ Ke Shai’Hr 66
  • 16- We Who Were Killed in Obscure Pathways 69
  • 16- Ham Jo Târïk Râhôñ Meñ Mâre Gaê - (Ethel Awr Julius Rosenberg Ke Khutut Se Muta’ssar Ho Kar Likhi Gayi) 70
  • 17- Pain Will Come… 73
  • 17- Dard Âyega Dabe PÂÔÑ 74
  • 18- My Window 77
  • 18- Darïcha 78
  • 19- A Lover to His Beloved (1) 79
  • 19- Koi Áshiq KisimaihbÜb Se (1) 80
  • 20- Preface 83
  • 20- Sar-E-âghâz 84
  • 21- Peking 85
  • 21- Piking (1) 86
  • 22- Sinkiang 87
  • 22- Sinkiang (2) 88
  • 23- Evening 89
  • 23- Shâm 90
  • 24- Solitary Confinement 93
  • 24- qaid-E-Tanhaï 94
  • 25 95
  • 25- (1) Mulâqâtmiri 96
  • 26- (2) the Hail of Stones Has Ended 97
  • 26- Khatm Huï Bárish-E-Sañg 98
  • 27- In Your Ocean Eyes (Song) 99
  • 27- Jab TÊ Risumundar ÁÑkhÔÑ MÁÑ (Gït) 100
  • 28- Colours in My Heart 103
  • 28- Rang Hai Dil Ka Mirê 104
  • 29- Be with Me 107
  • 29- Pás Rahô 108
  • 30- A Scene (2) 111
  • 30- Manzar (2) 112
  • 31- The Trace of Blood 115
  • 31- Lohü Ka Suragh 116
  • 32- If You Look at the City from Here 117
  • 32- Yaháñ Se Shaihr Kô Dêkhô 118
  • 33- How Autumn Came 119
  • 33- Ek Din YÜÑ KhizÁÑ Â Gayi 120
  • 34- Black-out - (Poem Written during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1965) 123
  • 34- Black-out 124
  • 35- The Sound of Flower-Bells 127
  • 35- Jaras-E-Gul Ki Sadâ 128
  • 36- The Hope of Seeing Someone Again 129
  • 36- Farsh-E-Nawmïdi-E-Dïdár 130
  • 37- Darkness Is a Net 133
  • 37- Tïragi Jál Hai 134
  • 38- When Death Comes 135
  • 38- Jis RÔz QazÁ ÁyÊgi 136
  • 39- If My Sufferig Found a Tongue 139
  • 39- Mire Dard Kô Jô Zubàñ Milê 140
  • 40- To Sajjad Zaheer 141
  • 40- Sajjâd Zahïr Ke Nám 142
  • 41- Evening Be Kind 145
  • 41- AI Shám Mêhrbâñ Ho 146
  • 42- Song 151
  • 42- Gït 152
  • 43- We Were Constrained by This Heart 155
  • 43- Ham to Majbür Thê Is Dil Se 156
  • 44- Spring Has Come 157
  • 44- Baháráyi 158
  • 45- Do What You Needs Must Do 159
  • 45- Tum Apni Karní Kar Guzrô 160
  • 46- The War Cemetery at Leningrad 163
  • 46- Leningraid Kâ Gôristân 164
  • 47- Looking for a Word 165
  • 47- Âj Ik Harf Ko Phir DhÜÑdta Phirta Hai KhayÁl 166
  • 48- The Flowers Have Faded 169
  • 48- Phül Murjha Gaye Sáre 170
  • 49- A Lover to a Beloved (2) 171
  • 49- Koi Áshiq Kisi MaihbÜba Se (2) 172
  • 50- Chopin’s Music Plays on 175
  • 50- Chopaiñ Ka Naghma Balta Hal 176
  • 51- Mourning for Time 179
  • 51- Ye Mátam-E-Waqt Ki Gharihai 180
  • 52- The Sound of Flower-Bells 185
  • 52- qawwáli 186
  • 53- In Your Eyes and Mine 187
  • 53- Kyá Kareñ 188
  • 54- My Visitors 191
  • 54- Mêre Milne Wále 192
  • 55- You Tell Us What to Do 193
  • 55- Tum Hí Kaho Kya Karna Hai 194
  • 56- Love Takes a Way His Captives 199
  • 56- Ishq Apne Mujrimôñ Ko Pâbejawlán Lê Gaya 200
  • 57- It Seems to Me 203
  • 57- Is Waqt to Yüñ Lagta Hai 204
  • 58- The Ashes of Parting and Flowers of Love 205
  • 58- Hijr Ki Rákh Awr Wisál Ke Phül 206
  • 59- Our Relationship 207
  • 59- Jo Mêra Tumhára Rishta Hai 208
  • 60- The Last Poem Na’At* 209
  • 60- Ná’At 210
  • B. Quatrains Nos. 61 To 70 211
  • 61- Verses 213
  • 61- Ashaãr 214
  • 62 215
  • 62 216
  • 63 217
  • 63 218
  • 64 219
  • 64 220
  • 65 221
  • 65 222
  • 66 223
  • 66 224
  • 67 225
  • 67 226
  • 68 227
  • 68 228
  • 69 229
  • 69 230
  • 70 231
  • 70 232
  • C. Ghazals No. 71 To No. 100 233
  • 71- A Song 235
  • 71- Sarôd 236
  • 72 237
  • 72 238
  • 73 239
  • 73 240
  • 74 241
  • 74 242
  • 75 243
  • 75 244
  • 76 245
  • 76 246
  • 77- Burning Reproaches 247
  • 77- Wásôkht 248
  • 78 249
  • 78 250
  • 79 251
  • 79 252
  • 80 253
  • 80 254
  • 81 255
  • 81 256
  • 82 257
  • 82 258
  • 83 259
  • 83 260
  • 84 261
  • 84 262
  • 85 263
  • 85 264
  • 86 265
  • 86 266
  • 87 267
  • 87 268
  • 88 269
  • 88 270
  • 89 271
  • 89 272
  • 90 273
  • 90 274
  • 91 275
  • 91 276
  • 92 277
  • 92 278
  • 93- In Memory of Makhdum 279
  • 93- Ma Kh Dum Kl Yád Meñ 280
  • 94 281
  • 94 282
  • 95 283
  • 95 284
  • 96 285
  • 96 286
  • 97 287
  • 97 288
  • 98 289
  • 98 290
  • 99 291
  • 99 292
  • 100- The Last Ghazal 293
  • 100- Á Kh Irighazal 294
  • List of Titles or First Line 297
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