Saghar Siddiqui (1928-1974) was a Pakistani poet who wrote in both Urdu and Punjabi languages. He is known for his romantic and melancholic poetry, as well as his tragic and homeless life. He migrated to Pakistan during the partition of Punjab in 1947 and settled in Lahore, where he became a popular and successful poet. However, he soon faced financial difficulties, drug addiction, and exploitation by his friends and strangers. He died on a street corner of Lahore at the age of 46, leaving behind a legacy of poetic excellence and human suffering.