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the phone rang at 1:30 a.m.
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Charles Bukowski

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Meri Misal Dhuan Hai Bujhe Charaghon Ka
Jab Apna Sog Manata Hun Raqs Karta Hun...

Dil main kisi ke raah kiye ja raha hoon main,
Kitna haseen gunaah kiye ja raha hoon main,
Duniya-e

Jo LiKho To Nok-e Qalam Pe Wo Jo Parhoon To Nok-e Zuban Pe Wo,,

Mere Sath Sath Nikher Gaya Mera

Young Calidore is paddling o'er the lake;
His healthful spirit eager and awake
To feel the beaut

Qareebtar hy jo Zehan-o-khayal mein mery Mohsin!

wohi hy door,
bht door !!
aasman ki tarah..

Haath khaali hain tere sheher se jaate jaate,
Jaan hoti to meri jaan luttaate jaate,
Ab to har haa

Yeh Bahein Humein jab
apni Panahon mein bulathi hein,

Humein apni Kasam hum
har Sahara bhool ja

KaryGa Qadar Zamana Hmari Bhi Ek Din...

Bss Wafa ki Buri Adat ChoOt Jane Do..

This division must end.
Again I'm forced to amputate
the chicken's limb; slit the joint,
clip the

Jub Raat Ki Tanhayi Dil Ban Ke Dharakti Hai
Yaadon Ke Jharokon Mein Chilman Si Sirakti Hai
Lobaan

Alice was walking beside the White Knight in Looking Glass Land.

'You are sad.' the Knight said i

Oh, thicker, deeper, darker growing,
The solemn vista to the tomb
Must know henceforth another sha

at har tum ne ishq kiya kuchh tum bhi kaho kya haal hua
koī nayā ehsās milā yā sab jaisā ahv

Dil Ye Karta Hai K Har Aankh Ka Ansu Pi Loon
Koi Bhi Khawab Kisi Ka Na Ho Reza Reza...

Toda Kuch Is Ada Se Taalluq Usne Ghalib

Ki Sari Umr Apna Qusoor Dhoodhtey Rahe

Haaye Wo Lamha Ke Jab Tujh Se Shanasaayi Howi
Phir Jo Honi Thi Meri Jaan Wo Ruswaayi Howi

Apni N

Har saal ki trah
baraf-bari ka mosam
iss saal bhi aay tha
faraq sirf itna tha
ke pichle bars hum

Kabhi Ye Dawaah Ke Wo Mera Hai Faqat Mera,
Kabhi Ye Dar Ke Wo Mujy Se Judaa To Nahi,
Kabhi Ye Dua

Bare khatry men hai husn_e_gulistan,
ham na kehte thy,
Chaman tak aa gai diwaar_e_zindan, ham na

Seeing we never found gay fairyland

And missed the tide of Lethe; yet are soon
For that new brid

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