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A Mother's Dream

As I slept one night I saw this dream
Which further increased my vexation

I dreamt I was going somewhere on the way
Dark it was and impossible to find the way

Trembling all over with fear I was
Difficult to take even a step with fear was

With some courage as I forward moved
I saw some boys as lined in nice array

Dressed in emerald-like raiment they were
Carrying lighted lamps in their hands they were

They were going quietly behind each other
No one knew where they were to go

Involved in this thought was I
When in this troupe my son saw I

He was walking at the back, and was not walking fast
The lamp he had in his hand was not lighted

Recognizing him I said 'O My dear!
Where have you come leaving me there?

Restless due to separation I am
Weeping every day for ever I am

You did not care even a little for me
What loyalty you showed, you left me'!

As the child saw the distress in me
He replied thus, turning around to me

'The separation from me makes you cry
Not least little good does this to me'

He remained quiet for a while after talking
Showing me the lamp then he started talking

'Do you understand what happened to this?
Your tears have extinguished this

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Dil Toot Bhi Jaye To Mohabbat Nahi Mitti
Is Raah Mein Me Lut Kar Bhi Khasara Nahi Hota…

Kuch Is Liye Bhi Raat Ko Ghar
Se Nikal Aata Hon Main

Sardiyon K Chand K0
Ehsas Na H0 Tanhayi Ka

Apni Gali Mai Mujh Ko Na Kar Dafan Bad-e-Qatl
Mere Pate Se Khalq Ko Kyun Tera Ghar Mile

Chor kar jana itna hi zarori tha to kam az kam

apni yadon ko bhi bewafayi sikha kar jate

Sometimes, you have to give up on people.
Not because you don't care
But
Because they dont.

Dil main ik lehar si uthi hai abhi,
Koi taaza havaa chali hai abhi,
Shor barpaa hai khaana-e-dil m

Tere Sath Eid Manana Chata Hon.
Khushiyon Se Ghar Sajana Chata Hon.

Kuch Pal K Liye Aajana Baz

My titillations have no foot-notes
And their memorials are the phrases
Of idiosyncratic music.

Har waqt kaam mein itne na ulajh jaya karo,
Kabhi hamari yaad ko bhi dil mein laya karo,

Milnay

Aaye they hanste khailte mai-kade main “firaq”
Jab pee chuke sharaab to sanjeeda ho gaye..

Aj Jab Maut Hamain Lene Ayi To Ye Keh Kar Wapis Chali Gai.......

Wasi

K Main Zindagi Un ki Let

Azaab yeh bhi kisi aur pr nahin aya,
Ke ik umar chale aur ghar nahin aya,
Is ek khawb ki hasrat ma

Jaanay Kaisay Sambhaal Kar Rakhay
Sab Iraaday Sambhaal Kar Rakhay
Kuch Naye Rang Hain Mohabbat Ke

Taut, thick fingers punch
the teeth of my typewriter.
Three words are down on paper
in capitals:

Here, while the loom of Winter weaves
The shroud of flowers and fountains,
I think of thee and sum

Meri Zindagi to Firaaq hai, Wo Azal se Dil k Makeen Sahi
Wo Nigah-e-Shoq se Door hai, Rag-e-Jaan se

Raat ka pichala pehar hai
Matami malboos orahe
Dard ki un wadiyon se
Wehshaton k raste se
Lar-kh

Goongi Ho Gai Aaj Kuch Zaban Kehte Kehte
Hich-Kicha Gaya Main Khud Ko Musalman Kehte Kehte

Ye Ba

Mujh Ko Is Aas Pay Jeeney ka Saliqa Nahi Aata.
Koi Mera Hai To Phir Mujh Mein Simat Kiyon Nahi Jaa

Written when the Author was sick.
Somnus, pow'rful Deity,
Mortals owe their Bliss to thee.
How lo

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