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Pahari Persian Poet

A schoolteacher who had three masters to his credit speaks in seven languages writes in four languages and understands three…

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Fears of Silence

Aadil Hussian Bhat When the sky cried in thunderclaps Above the waters with fatal troubles, I was not afraid with…

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Parable

Altaf Khaliq Wani Pregnant tree near my lodge Whom I care, chill to till Shyly foliage sprout as guard Nod…

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Death of Paradise

MIR UMAR mirumar59@gmail.com I turned my eyes to see The destruction of my heaven, The monuments blazed with smoke Lakes,…

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LET’S DIE INSIDE

By: Iqra Akhoon Sitting In The Middle Of Khanqah Listening To Awraadi Fatah Having Sips Of Nun Chaai Under The…

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Crimson Streams

by Asif Sultan Matta Thou ask me about the autumnal beauty And the full charm of the Chinar tree? Let…

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Autumn turned ugly

by Iqra Nazir “Arrival, Arrival”, whistled the breeze. “Of your treasured spell- That comes to appease. Autumn, it is…

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It is too dark

By Younis Kaloo The day is as dark as night No boundaries of windows, walls and corridors In the beginning it…

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Wounded paradise

By: Urooj Manzoor Class: 10th (Minto Circle School, Srinagar) May I gather some courage to speak for a while A…

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The caravan of life

By: Esha Khan Class: 10th blue (Minto circle higher secondary school, Srinagar) “Oh you caravan of life, to where are…

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Stray bullet

By Sheikh Nissar Stray bullet Drove me to death Through the gates of heath Softly stole my breath Piercing my tender…

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Hue And Cry

By Syed Bisma Anjum                                  My Kashmir is bleeding O blood suckers Your cruelty is preceding In all the tacks…

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Travesty Of Justice

By Mir Suhail It hurts, deeply. Pellets . Serious crimes. killings. Allegations . I wonder if we’ll ever live without…

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Beautiful Bride

By Zubair Arif Shah Look around to a beautiful bride that my homeland is, unloved, she sobs for her beloved…

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