I used a Mirza Ghalib Urdu poetry to create almost similar poetry (the pink image contains the poetry I created in Hinglish language. It's just a rough illustration to represent the poetry I created.) of 2 lines which emphasizes that I'm failing continuously at getting job because of hard time. (In case of actual poetry, it as about failure of love. I replaced love with job stuff).
Now, I don't want to disrespect Mirza Ghalib at all. So with the design I want to share (the 2nd line in caption in the image below in black text) that it is totally inspired from his poetry and doesn't mean to disrespect him.
Also, the text you would suggest here has come to after a caption, in following way:
Summary: I don't need writing for a poetry. I need a better sentence (pointed by yellow arrow) to show some respect to Mirza Ghalib and admit that my design is inspired from his poetry.
How should I write that?