Welcome to Quotes4You, where we delve into the deepest emotions and sentiments that Urdu poetry has to offer. Today, we bring you a collection of the most heart-wrenching and soul-stirring Urdu sadness quotes and SAD poetry. Prepare to be captivated by words that speak directly to your innermost sorrows, as we explore the beauty and poignancy of this rich poetic tradition. Whether you seek solace or simply appreciate the power of melancholy expressions, get ready for an emotional journey like no other. Let’s dive into the world of Urdu sadness quotes together!

Ghalib:

“Har ik ghadi hai mujh pe ek zaalim sitamgar, Ye zindagi hay ya koi mushkil se guzarna?”

“Hum se poochho ki hum kis gham mein hain, Kya bataen ke muskurate hue rotey hain.”

Mirza Asadullah Khan Ghalib:

“Dard-e-dil ke nishaan mitana chahuun to mitta nahiin, Yaad uski aati hai aur aansu nikal aate hain.”

Faiz Ahmad Faiz:

“Jab koi zindagi se guzarta hai, har ik chiz se guzarta hai, Jab ghar se jata hai, ghar ki dusti se bhi jata hai.”

Mirza Jigar Anavi:

“Umeed-e-wasl jo bandhi thi dil ne, Aaj usko hawaaon ne luta hai.”

Parveen Shakir:

“Tum mere ho ke bhi mere nahi rahe, Khushboo rahi hai, gulab nahi rahe.”

Iqbal Shahzad:

“Aaj phir is dil ne yaad ki tumhein,¬†Aaj phir yeh aankhen nam ho gai hain.”

From the Lens of Loss and Separation:

Mirza Bashir Haider:

“Jab bhi meri nazron se woh guzarte hain, Ek darya-e-gham mere andar behta hai.”

Ahmad Faraz:

“Yaadon ki qabar mein jana chahta hun main, Uss din ki yaad ke chahate mein mar jaauun.”

Expressing Loneliness and Despair:

Munir Niazi:

“Shaam dhale, andhera ghire, tanhaiyan chhayein, Har taraf se bas meri hi awazein aayein.”

Faiz Ahmed Faiz:

“Main hun woh shama jiski koi fana nahi, Tanhaiyon mein jalna hi mera muqaddar hai.”

Reflecting on Unfulfilled Dreams and Desires:

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan:

“Merey armanon ki dhoop mein ab na nikle ga gulab, Khushboo-e-gham ki hawaon ne sab ko jala dala hai.”

Sahir Ludhianvi:

“Mujhe zindagi mein har shai mil gayi, Magar woh lamha nahi mila jispe main marta tha.”

And to Offer a Glimmer of Hope Amidst Sadness:

Shah Latif:

“Gham na karo yaar, gham bhi guzar jayega, Phool ke baad hi to bahar aati hai.”

Iqbal Shahzad:

“Aaj ke gham ko bhula do, kal phir muskurana hai zindagi ko, Har raat ke baad ek naya savera aata hai.”

I hope these additional quotes resonate with you and offer a glimpse into the depth and range of emotions explored in Urdu poetry. Remember, sadness is a natural part of life, and even within its darkness, there can be beauty and wisdom.