Haider Abbas, born in Chak 240 GB Handlana, Tehsil Bhowana, demonstrated an early passion for literature, receiving his primary education in his hometown. He obtained his FA qualification from Post Graduate College Jhang. Subsequently, pursued a BA Honors in Political Sciences at Punjab University Lahore, successfully graduating in 2021. From a young age, Haider Abbas cultivated a love for literature, initiating his poetic endeavors at the age of fourteen. Notably, he holds the distinction of being the pioneer poet of Nasri Nazm in the Jhangochi dialect of Punjabi. His poetic repertoire encompasses a diverse range of styles, including ghazal, free verse, and Nasri Nazm, with each form embodying a distinctive blend of insightful observations on nature and society. Haider Abbas is recognized for his subtle, creative, and poetic expression. Engaging with both global and local literary traditions, he draws inspiration from renowned Punjabi poets such as Waris Shah, Batalvi, and Pash. His poetic voice extends beyond mere critique, addressing not only the superstitions prevalent in traditional societies but also challenging the capitalistic tendencies and shallow mindset of contemporary society. Haider Abbas's poetry serves as a unique testament to his ability to convey the profound experiences of people, delving into the depths of their pains and sorrows. Whether crafting romantic verses centered on individual experiences or exploring broader societal themes, his work skillfully employs symbols and metaphors to present the rich tapestry of earthly culture. In doing so, he invites readers to engage their imagination and thoughts, transforming them into integral components of his poetic compositions. Haider's poetry reflects a profound and expansive blend of imagination and keen observation.