Nadayay Ghaib – Verses from Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s Poem ‘Teen Awazain’

Faiz Ahmed Faiz - Nada'ay Ghaib

Faiz Ahmed Faiz – Nada’ay Ghaib

Nada’ay Ghaib – Verses from Faiz Ahmed Faiz’s Poem ‘Teen Awazain’

Har aik oolil amar ko sadaa do

Ke apnee fard-e-amaal sambhalay

Utthay gaa jab jama-e-sarfaroshaan

Parengay daar-o-rasann ke lalay

Koi na ho ga ke jo bachaa le

Jazaa Sazaa sab yaheen pe ho gi

Yaheen azaab-o-sawaab ho ga

Yaheen se utthay ga shor-e-mehshar

Yaheen pe roz-e-hisaab ho ga

 

– Faiz Ahmed Faiz

 

Nada’ay Ghaib ‘s the third and final installment of Faiz’s poem ‘Teen Awaazain’ [3 voices], a trilogy that narrates tyranny of an Oppressor, followed by woe of the Oppressed, and finally the Divine voice that intervenes to provide justice.

 

The Divine narrative is the shortest, with a tone that only the greatest authority can say. It is an order for every tyrant, calling for opening of register of deeds followed by accountability that none can escape from. And the divine justice begins here, right in this world.

 

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