Ahmad Faraz, the name that resonates with poetry enthusiasts, stands as a towering figure in the realm of Urdu literature. Born as Syed Ahmad Shah in Kohat, British India, on January 12, 1931, Faraz became one of the most celebrated and beloved poets of his time. His profound words, rich metaphors, and poignant expressions captured the hearts and minds of countless readers, cementing his legacy as a master poet.

Faraz's poetry is characterized by its depth, intensity, and the ability to touch the deepest recesses of the human soul. His verses delve into themes of love, loss, longing, revolution, and social justice, reflecting the trials and tribulations of the society he lived in. Faraz possessed an uncanny talent for weaving together words that evoked strong emotions, often stirring a sense of longing, melancholy, or hope within his readers.

One of the distinctive aspects of Faraz's poetry is his mastery of the ghazal form. He revitalized this traditional poetic form, infusing it with his unique style and contemporary sensibilities. His ghazals are replete with captivating imagery, thought-provoking symbolism, and a lyrical quality that sets them apart. Faraz had an innate ability to capture the nuances of human relationships, particularly the bittersweet nature of love, with remarkable finesse.

Throughout his poetic journey, Faraz remained a voice of dissent and resistance. His verses became a powerful medium to criticize social and political injustices, and he fearlessly confronted the prevailing power structures of his time. He spoke for the downtrodden, the marginalized, and the voiceless, embodying the spirit of a true poet-activist.

Faraz's poetry not only resonated within the confines of his native Pakistan but transcended borders, touching the hearts of Urdu poetry enthusiasts worldwide. His words became an integral part of the cultural fabric, inspiring generations and leaving an indelible mark on the literary landscape.

Ahmad Faraz breathed his last on August 25, 2008, leaving behind a rich body of work that continues to inspire and captivate readers to this day. His verses remind us of the power of words, the beauty of language, and the profound impact that poetry can have on society.

In the realm of Urdu poetry, Ahmad Faraz's name shines like a radiant star, forever illuminating the hearts of those who seek solace, inspiration, and an unfiltered expression of the human experience. His legacy remains an eternal testament to the enduring power of poetry to touch the very core of our existence.

Shaam-e-Wada Sahi, Dukh Zyada Hi Sahi, Phir Bhi Dekho ?Faraz? Aaj Shab !! Us Ki Furqat Main Keh Lo Ghazal, Kal Usay Dekhna ? !!!

Kon Kehta Hy k Nafrato?n Main Dard Hy ?Faraz? Kuch Mohabbate?n Bhi Bari Aziyat-nak Hoti Hyn !!

Phir itne may0os kyun h0 us ki bewaFayi par Faraz,
Tum khud hi t0h kehte thay k w0h sab se Juda hai?!!!

Na janE KaB Se Ho GayE ItNay ShiDDat PasaNd HaM ? FArAz ! JaB Tak ZakhaM Na KhAyEn tAssalEE nAhi hoTi ?

Dekha mujhe toh tarke taluk ke bawajood . woh muskura diya yeh hunar bhi usi ka tha.,.

Apni Nakaami ka EK Yeh Bhi Sabab Hai FaRaZ. Cheez Jo Mangte Hain Sb Se Juda Mangte Hain.

Dard kia hota hai batayein Gay kisi roz Kamal ki Ghazal tum ko sunayein Gay kisi roz
Thi un ki zid k main jaaoun un ko manane Mujh ko ye veham tha wo bulayein Gay kisi roz
kabi b maine to socha b nahi tha Wo itna mere dil ko dukhayein Gay kisi roz
Har roz Sheshay se yehi poochta hoon main Kia rukh pe tabassum sajayein Gay kisi roz
Urney do in parindon ko azaad fizaon mein Tumhare hon agar to lout AAyein Gay kisi roz
Apne sitam ka dekh lena khud hi Saqi tum Zakhum-e-jigar tamaam log dekhein Gay kisi roz

Iss Dafa Barshein Rukti He Nahi Faraz, Hum Ne Ansu Kia Piye Sare Mosam Ro Pare !!!!

Kahin Tanha Na Kar De Tujhe Munfrid Rehne Ka Shoq Faraz, Jub Din Dhale Tu Kisi Se Haal-e-Dil Keh Dia Kar.

Ab Nend Se Kaho Hum Se Sulah Kar Le Faraz, Wo Dour Chala Gaya Hai Jis K Lie Hum Jaga Karty Thy.