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Aayen aansu agar anhkon main to bass pee jayen,

Aayen aansu agar anhkon main to bass pee jayen,
Haal sab puuchte hain hum kahin bhi jaayen,
Hum kayi roz se be-wajah bohat khush hain chalo,
Zindagi ki yeh adaayen bhi to dekhi jaayen,
Hum to yuun chup hain ke kya baat kisi se ki jaye,
Phir bhi muu se kayi baaten to nikal hi jayen,
Raah chalte main jise dekhta hoon lagta hai,
Jaise be-wajah si aankhen hain ke taktii jayen,
Kya milen talkhh kisi se kabhi aate jaate,
Ghar ki chaukhat pe qadam rakh ke palatt bhi jayen..

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Ae dost Meri chahaton pr Aitraz na krna,
Rahay sath humara bus ye hi dua krna

Hum dain ge Tumara

Baagh main jaane ke adaab hua karte hain,
Kisi titlee ko na phoolon se urraya jaye..

'Attention please! Attention please!
Don't dare to talk! Don't dare to sneeze!
Don't doze or daydr

Un ki farmayesh nayi din raat hai,
Aur thori si meri auqaat hai..

Mohabbat farzz hoti ja rahi hai,
Kisi ka qarzz hoti ja rahi hai,
Badan ko chaatt le gi ab yaqeenan

Aah ko chaahiye ek umar asar hone tak,
kaun jeeta hai teri zulf ke sar hone tak.

Daam-e-har mauj

ai sanam jis ne tujhe chand si surat di hai
usi allah ne mujh ko bhi mohabbat di hai
tegh be-ab

The houses are haunted
By white night-gowns.
None are green,
Or purple with green rings,
Or gree

Chahen hain yeh hum bhi ke rahe paak mohabbat,
Par jis main yeh doori ho woh kya khaak mohabbat..

Kaam Ab Koi Na Aaega Bas Ek Dil Ke Siwa
Raste Band Hain Sab Kucha-E-Qatil Ke Siwa

Koi Naghma Hi

Koi haar gaya koi jeet gaya,
ye saal b akhir beet gaya..!
Kabi sapny sajaye ankho mai kabi beet

Black lacqueys at the wide-flung door
Stand mute as men of wood.
Gleams like a pool the ballroom f

Hum Jinhein Chahte Hain Woh Humein Chahte Bhi Nahi,
Auron Se Wafa Karte Hain Aur Humein Tukrate Bhi

Hogayi rukhsat ghata baarish ke baad
Ek diya jalta raha baarish ke baad

Mere behte hue Aansuon

Ay zindgi mujhe
Kuch muskurahtain
Udhar dey !!
Ya jene k liye dey uska sath
Ya aisa Ker mujhe

Kabhi jo raahat_e_jaan tha use bhula bhi dia
Agrcha dil ne hamen tanaa_e_wafa bhi dia,

Nahin k

FIRST

Be it a girl, or one of the boys,
It is scarlet all over its avoirdupois,
It is red, it i

Zindagi Ke Safar Mein, Gardishon Ki Dhoop Mein
Jab Koi Saya Nahi Milta To Yaad Aati Hai Maa…

Suno tum aksar sochte hoge,
hum tumhe yad nahi karte,
tumhe hum bhool jate hain,
magar ye bhool t

Kya zamana tha ke hum har roz mila karte they,
Raat bhar chaand ke humraah phira karte they,
Jahan

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