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A Tribute To Parveen Shakir................
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Thumbs up A Tribute To Parveen Shakir................ - 16th March 2010, 10:28 AM

Aks-e-khushboo hooN bikharne se na roke koi
or bikhar jaaoN to phir mujhko na samaitay koi

kaanp uthti hooN maiN yeh soch ke tanhai meiN
mere chehre pe tera naam na padh le koi

jis tarha khwab mere hogaye raiza raiza
is tarha se na kabhi toot ke bikhre koi

maiN toU us din se hirasaan ke jab hukm mile
khushk phooloN ko kitaaboN meiN na rakhe koi

Ab to is raah se woh shaks guzarta bhi nahi
ab kis umeed pe darwaaze se jhanke koi

koi aahat, koi awaz, koi chaap nahi
dil ki galiyaN badi sunsaan haiN, aaye koi


--PARVEEN SHAKIR




Parveen Shakir was born on 24th November, 1952 in Karachi, Pakistan. She was highly educated with two masters degrees, one in English literature and one in linguistics. She also held a Ph.D and another masters degree in Bank Administration.

She was a teacher for nine years before she joined the Civil Service and worked in the Customs department. In 1986 she was appointed the second secretary, CBR in Islamabad.


Parveen Shakir initially wrote under the pen-name of 'Beena'. She considered Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi her 'ustad' and used to called him 'Ammujaan'. She was married to Dr. Nasir Ahmed but got divorced from him sometime before her untimely demise in 1994. They had one son - Murad Ali.


A number of books of her poetry have been published. In chronological order, they are Khushboo (1976), Sad-barg (1980), Khud-kalaami (1990), Inkaar (1990) and Maah-e-Tamaam (1994). Her first book, Khushboo, won the Adamjee award. Later she was awarded the Pride of Performance award, which is the highest award given by the Pakistan government.




On 26th December, 1994, on her way to work, her car collided with a truck and the world of modern Urdu poetry lost one of its brightest stars.







PLS CONTINUE THIS THREAD WITH THE CREATIONS OF PERVEEN SHAKIR.........




Zainy


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