Awara Shayar Hoon

I’ve written a few lines of poetry. I also wanted to explain in English what I mean by them.

This world is such a cunning unforgiving place that justice has seemed to have perished. There would be no call of right and wrong in such a dastardly place. My name that has gone rogue would have never taken light if an honest mistake can be differentiated from a crime.

Chalaak, Shatir Begerath Duniya main kahan koi Insaaf ho,

Badnaam na hote, hum agar Gustaaki Maaf ho.

These are a few lines that are my favorite  The true journey of life unfolds as a student walks and takes on the role of a guide. The journey of life is seen when smile follows tears and revives all determination. I’ve seen many a times when people search for life in the high. The high of power, the high of being intoxicated or the high of halucination. The journey of life is seen when you show respect and understand the value of a stranger’s smile. There are very few moments when you get to see a smile of a stranger that is seen because of you.

Shagird se Rehnuma tak ke Safar main hai Zindagi,
Chipte-chipate Aasuon main muskaan ke basar main hai Zindagi, 
Nashe main choor ho kar Zindagi dhoondte hai log magar,
kabhie dusron ki Sachi muskaan ki kadar main hai Zindagi

If divine intentions and soulful words are misinterpret for an excuse then mankind will never be understood. [ I know it’s not that comfortable as the Hindi, but my main “divine intention” is to get the meaning of the “sher” across.] So If divine intentions and soulful words are misinterpret for an excuse then mankind will never be understood. It will always be misunderstood. If someone talks from their heart mind and soul, it better that reaches yours, or else you will misinterpret standing together as being together. Big Difference

Shiddat se ki hui baat ko agar bahana samjhogay,

Toh is Zamane ko tum khaaq Zamana sanjhogay,
Agar Dil se nikle baat aur vahin pahunche to acha hai,
Varna Saath khade rehne ko saath nibhaana samjhogay.

                More of these in due course of time. I don’t want too much philosophy to come in the picture.

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