Poet Sonam Sharma

Sonam Sharma

Sonam Sharma Poems

  • 1.  
    Pehli Nazar Ka Pehla Pyaar....
    Dil Ko De Gaya Khushi Ka Karaar...... Ab To Chaya Rahta Hai Bas Ishq Ka Khumaar....
  • 2.  
    Wo Pari Thi Nanhi Si Jaan Thi
    Wo To Is Duniya Se Anjaan Thi Jamaane Ke Logo Ne
  • 3.  
    राष्ट्रीय पीता थे जो हमारे
    महात्मा गांधी है सबके आंखों के तारे, वो है हमारे देश की शान
  • 4.  
    Dard
    Itna Hai Lafzon Mein Bayan Nahi
  • 5.  
    sun Humdum mere,
    Tujhko mohabbat mein baksha hai khuda ne is tarah, Mumkin nahi lagta apna milan,
  • 6.  
    लेकिन अपनी जिन्दगी नहीं संवार सकें
    दूसरों की बातों को सुनकर अपनी जिन्दगी के खूबसूरत पलों को गवा बैठे
  • 7.  
    Tumhare Khatir
    Tut ti Saanson Ko Thame Bethe Hai Sahaa Nahi Jata Ye Dard
  • 8.  
    तुम कौन होते हो
    हमें जिन्दगी जीने का तरीका बताने वाले
  • 9.  
    मैं अक्स थी
    वो आइना थी मेरा खुद को मुझमें ढूंढ रही थी
  • 10.  
    Wo Humse Itni Mohabbat Karte The
    Humse Door Jaane Ke Naam Se Darte The Humari Rukti Huyi Dhadkan Ko
  • 11.  
    Wo Itna Muskura
    rahe Hai, Jaane Kon sa Dard
  • 12.  
    Tere kandhon par sar rakhti hoon,
    Teri mohabbat mein dubi rahti hoon, Khamosh rahkar bhi apne pyaar ko bayan karti hoon,
  • 13.  
    Humari zindagi ka ajab ye kissa hai,
    Hum aese jee rahe hai, Jese mar rahe hai,
  • 14.  
    Agar Tumse Mohabbat
    Karna Gunaah Hai To Hum Qubool Karte Hai
  • 15.  
    Zindagi Tu Hi Bataa
    Mujhko itna gam kyu mila Tune hamesha dard ka silaa diya
  • 16.  
    Papa ki pari,
    Najon se pali, Khuda ne aesi kismat likhi,
  • 17.  
    Tumse Huyi Wo Pehli Mulakaat
    Yaad Hai Beetein Lamhe Ki Baat Tujhse Milna Itfaak Tha
  • 18.  
    Wo Baarish Ka paani,
    Yaad dila gaya beetein Lamhe Kisi Kahaani, Gujara jamaana tha
Total 18 poems written by Sonam Sharma

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