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Aaj yeh tanhai ka ehsaas kuch hadd se zyada hai,

Aaj yeh tanhai ka ehsaas kuch hadd se zyada hai,
tere sang na hone ka malaal kuch hadd se zyada hai.

phir bhi kaat rahe yeh jiye jane ki saza yehi sochkar,
shayad is zindagani mein mere gunaah kuch hadd se zyada hai.

Aaj yeh tanhai ka ehsaas kuch hadd se zyada hai

Aaj yeh tanhai ka ehsaas kuch hadd se zyada hai,
tere sang na hone ka malaal kuch hadd se zyada hai.

phir bhi kaat rahe yeh jiye jane ki saza yehi sochkar,
shayad is zindagani mein mere gunaah kuch hadd se zyada hai.

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Reading what I have just written, I now believe
I stopped precipitously, so that my story seems to

I said unto myself, if I were dead,
What would befall these children? What would be
Their fate, wh

Ankhoon mein aansoun ko ubharne nahi diya,
Mat'ti mein moti'oon ko bikharne nahi diya,

Jiss ra

Ab Is Duniya Me Koi Aur Mujhe Dil Nahi Dene Wala Faraz

Log Kehte Hain Meri Aankhon Me Us Ka Chehr

Ajab Waiz Ki Din-Dari Hai Ya Rab
Adawat Hai Ise Sare Jahan Se

Koi Ab Tak Na Ye Samjha K Insan
K

Roshni Bhar Gai Nigaahon Me
Ho Gaye Khawab Be-Iman Jana...

Bohat Aaraam Karna Chahti Hun
Yehi Ek Kaam Karna Chahti Hun
Shaoor-e-Aagahi Ek Almiaa Hai
Ise Nee

Daayem paRaa hua tere dar par nahi huN maiN

khak aisi zindagi pe K pat-thar nahi huN maiN

Kyun

There are too many waterfalls here; the crowded streams
hurry too rapidly down to the sea,
and t

Let the rain kiss you
Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops
Let the rain sing

I'm thinking about you. What else can I say?
The palm trees on the reverse
are a delusion; so is t

عشق نے نکما بنا دیا غالب ورنہ
ہم بھی بھڑے کام کے آدمی تھ

Ye Jo Aansuuoun Mein Gharoor Hai
Ye Mohabbaton Ka Fatoor Hai
Tera Aasmaan Qareeb Tha
Mera Aasmaan

Hilaal-e-eid ko dekho to rok lo aansu,
Jo ho sake to mohabbat ka ehtraam karo..

ai mujh ko fareb dene vaale
maiñ tujh pe yaqīn kar chukā huuñ

شوق ہر رنگ رقیب سر و ساماں نکلا
قیس تصویر کے پردے میں بھ

Wo Jo Mohabbat K Naam Se Na-Waqif Thi
Mumkin Hai K Wo Mohabbat Ka Ehtaram Karti...

The month of flowering's finished. The fruit's in,
Eaten or rotten. I am all mouth.
October's the

Aao jaanch laite hain dard k Tarazu par
Kis ka Gham kahan tak hai Shiddatain kahan tak hain

Ku

Dil me aur to kya rakha hai,
Tera dard chupaa rakha hai,
Itne dukhon ki taiz havaa me,
Dil ka dee

Urdu Poetry

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