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Khawabon Main



Titlian hain jo mery khawabon main
Kiyun main rakhon unhain kitabon main
Main musafir hon zard sahra ka
Khud ko rakhta hoon main sarabon main
Zindgi ka azab likhta hoon
Jan hay ab meri azabon main
Wo swalon main ab naheen milta
Dhondta hon jisay jawabon main
Uska chehra gulab jesa tha
Ruh machalti hay ab gulabon main
Meray yazdan main dekh sakta naheen
Kiun chpa hay tu ab hijabon main
Meray spna subhi adhorray tha
Jatay bujtay say iztrabon main
Shukh chanchal ka chahay ji jo kray
Par na likhay mujay hisabon maini
Mehr tub say barra khrab howa
Jab sey chalnay laga khrabon main

Col Muhammad Khalid Khan
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Submitted on May 16, 2017

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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 where he served for 27 years. 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), 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 email address is khalidk1558@gmail.com.His published books can be seen and read on his website,mehrpoetry.com as well as on his page on facebook. more…

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