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Aaj zara fursat payi thi, aaj use phir yaad kiya

Aaj zara fursat payi thi, aaj use phir yaad kiya

Band gali k aakhri ghar ko khol k phir aabaad kiya

Khol k khirki chand hansa, phir chand ne donon hathon se

Rang uRaye phool khilaye chiryon ko aazad kiya

BaRe baRe gham khaRe hue the rasta roke rahoN mein

Choti choti khushiyon se hi hum ne dil ko shad kiya

Baat bahut maamooli si thi, ulajh gayi takraaroN meiN

Ek zara si zid ne aakhir donoN ko barbaad kiya

DaanaoN ki baat na maani! kaam aayi nadani hi

Suna hawa ko parhaa nadi ko mausam ko ustaad kiya

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Hold fast to dreams
For if dreams die
Life is a broken-winged bird
That cannot fly.
Hold fast to

Nazdeekiyon main door ka manzzar talash kar,
Jo haath main nahin hai woh pathar talash kar,
Suraj

Tere ishq ki intaha chahta hun
Meri sadgi dekh kya chahta hun
Sitam ho k ho wada-e-behijabi
Koi b

Rishwat Bhi Nahi Leta Kambakht JaaN ChorNe ki,

Ye Tera ISHQ MuJHe BoHat EmaaN-Dar LaGta Hai..

Thou's welcome, wean; mishanter fa' me,
If thoughts o' thee, or yet thy mammie,
Shall ever daunt

guhar samjha tha lekin sang nikla
kisi ka zarf kitna tang nikla
jise nisbat rahi qaus-e-quzah se

Ager Manzil Juda hai To Jane Do Mjhko,,

Lout K Kab Aao Ge Pochte Kyun ho...!!!

The serpents are asleep among the poppies,
The fireflies light the soundless panther's way
To ta

Bata to sahi teri be rukhi ka sabab kia hai
Salon ki nafraton me bhi akhir rakha kia hai
Juda ho k

Wafa Kise Kehte Hai, Ye To Mujhe MaLoOm
Nahi......!!
DOST.
Yun Chor Jana Wafa Hai, To KhoOb Ni

Main zard beej hun aur sabz hona chahta hun,
meri zameen, teri mitti ka mashwara kya hai ?

Bikha

din guzartā hai kahāñ raat kahāñ hotī hai
dard ke māroñ se ab baat kahāñ hotī hai

e

Us ke intezaar se bhala kya ho ga haasil,
Aane ka keh kar bhi jo aaya nahi karte,
Rakhte hon jo da

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

LOVE Has 4 Letters,
But So Does HATE
FRIENDS Have 7 Letters,
But So Does ENEMIES
TRUTH Has 5 Let

Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Admit impediments. Love is not love
Which alters when it

When I m Dead,
Ur Tears May Flow,
But I Wont Know,
Cry 4 Me Now, Instead..

When I m Dead,
U l

Dil pe karte hain dimagon pe asar karte hain
ham ajab log hain zehnon main safar karte hain
jab sa

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

The assembly now broke up and the people went their ways each to his
own ship. There they made read

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