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Deepak Kumar deep


Basant ritu in hindi by Deepak kumar deep


Man me jab hariyali aayi,
phoolon ne jab gandh udai.
bhagi thandhi der saber,
ab basant ritu hai aayi.

Koyal gati ku hu ku,
bhauren karte hain gunjar.
rang birangi rango wali,
titliyo ki mauj bahar.

Bag me hai chidhiyon ka shor,
nach raha jangal me mor.
nache gayen jitna par,
dil mange once more.

Nadiyon ne nay geet sunaye,
badal ne hai dhol bajaya.
sanan sanan pawan chali,
amber bhi thoda muskaya.

Hothon pe muskan sajakar,
masti me ras prem ka gholen.
''deep'' basant sikhata hamko,
kisi se na kadhwa bolen.


''poet''
Deepak kumar ''deep''
This Poem has been published Copy right issue in Nirankari magazine ' Hasti Duniyan'' on Mar 2011

Submitted: Friday, August 26, 2011
Edited: Thursday, January 12, 2012

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