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The fact is, there are no words to enumerate the gifts Fiaz’s words bestow on you. You just accept it, like a penitent, kneeling, head bowed, with a bowl of palms Reading Faiz is akin to discovering a new existence such that once you discover it, the life you had hitherto known feels utterly without nskha, without purpose, without substance, as if none of it had mattered before, as though you have been born just now.
You just accept it, like a penitent, kneeling, head bowed, with a bowl of palms spread to receive the elixir of his poetry. His word is humanity in its most pristine; it teaches you the highest form of existence, all in a single volume of his collected works, Nuskha Haye Wafa – the manuscript of faith, the treatise of love, a compendium of all that makes one a human being. Faiz is my all time favourite poet.
He’s most certainly and most undoubtedly the best modern poet Urdu has produced in Pakistan, in India and elsewhere. I ritually read him every year, every month, every week, picking up this volume with shaking hands, leafing through it abruptly, settling on a poem at random, scanning the words, which devastate me without fail every time I set my eyes on them.
A shiver runs through my guts. I stand, I pace about the room, I can’t sit down with a mug of coffee or a Cuban tucked between my fingers. I must stand, slightly dazed, with a light head like a helium balloon, an itch trembling in my nose, warming my forehead, a thin film of moisture lining my eyelashes, viscous blood boiling in my veins, and coursing through my heart swelling it with one hundred and one emotions.
View all 10 comments. Dec 20, Ammara Abid rated it it was amazing Shelves: Aug 16, Abubakar Mehdi rated it it was amazing. I just can’t explain my love for his verse.
He is my favorite poet, and as i believe one of the greatest poets who ever lived. If someone is surprised by this claim, he’d better read him first.
Feb 25, Muhammad Arqum rated it it was amazing Shelves: Faiz’s words are like robots with mechanical hooks and his poems are torture cells. He knew how to reach into hearts and pull them right out ripping the chests open. And you love it, you love to bleed, you long to stay in his torture cells, because there is hope waca, hope through the rozan-e-zindaan.
View all 3 comments. Oct 15, Wsm added it Shelves: I have very mixed feelings about Faiz Ahmed Faiz. I am awestruck by the sheer beauty of his poetry,I don’t think there has been a better wordsmith in the Urdu language.
His communist ideology is another matter though,I can’t subscribe to his political views. View all 4 comments. Nov 18, Bushra Khan rated it it was amazing. Definitely I rate it 5 stars May 18, Wahid Watan-Yar added it. Mar 15, Rural Soul rated it really liked it. I always found this book in my dad’s room in his racks. I didn’t realize on that time that its a book for communist lunatics like me. Must read it if you are mature enough to get real core of poetry. Absorb these flowing words by a revolutionary poet.
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Sep 11, Mohsina Asif rated it it was amazing. An unparalleled poet, who has so smoothly touched such diverse subjects. Ranging from romance, to social awakening, to shunning capitalism to being one of the few people who saw from an unbiased perspective. I will recommend it to anyone wanting to begin with fxiz poetry, nusjha legend is the perfect start.
Jul 03, Aasia Abdali nusmha it it was amazing Shelves: No words can do justice to Faiz. He is one the best poets Urdu Literature have ever had!
Faiz is a revolutionary poet, and his works are truly inspiring. His simple yet eloquent style is very motivating.
His poetry represent his love faoz his homeland and highlights the need of struggle for true independence and peace. Faiz is a great poet, and his enticing words captivate the heart of the reader. Apr 29, Anam Zahra rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am speechless to describe my likeness for this book and no doubt Sir Faiz Ahmed Faiz is the best poet! May 31, Syeda Maha rated it really liked it. Muhammad Imran rated it really liked it Jul 04, Arham Abtahi rated it really liked it Feb 06, Waseem Arshad rated it really liked it Mar 16, Nadia Masood rated it it was amazing Nov 15, Shobi Salman rated it it was amazing May 28, Waqas Ali rated it really liked it Jul 03, TaniHadi rated it it was amazing Jul 14, Hussain rated it really liked it Jun aymed, Ali rated it liked it Jun 09, Iqra rated it it was faoz Aug 14, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
About Faiz Ahmad Faiz. He had a privileged childhood as the son of wealthy landowners Sultan Fatima and Sultan Muhammad Khan, who passed away inshortly after his birth. His father was a prominent lawyer and a member of an elite literary circle which included Allama Iqbal, the national poet of Pakistan. He received a Bachelor’s degree in Arabic, followed by a master’s degree in English, from the Government College in Lahore inand later received a second master’s degree in Arabic from the Oriental College in Lahore.
After graduating inFaiz began a teaching career at M. Faiz’s early poems had been conventional, light-hearted treatises on love and beauty, but while in Lahore he began to expand into politics, community, and the thematic interconnectedness he felt fwiz fundamental in both life and poetry.
It was also during this period that he married Alys George, a British expatriate, with whom he had two daughters. After the partition of India inFaiz resigned from the army and became the editor of Wada Pakistan Times, a socialist English-language newspaper.
On March 9,Faiz was arrested with a group of army officers under the Safety Act, and charged with the failed coup attempt that became known as the Rawalpindi Conspiracy Case. He was sentenced to death and spent four years in prison before being released. Two of ahmev poetry collections, Dast-e Saba and Zindan Namah, focus on life in prison, which he considered an opportunity to see the world in a new way.