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ab ke baras dastur-e-sitam mein kya kya bab izad hue

ab ke baras dastur-e-sitam mein kya kya bab izad hue
jo qatil the maqtul hue jo said the ab sayyaad hue
pahle bhi KHizan mein bagh ujDe par yun nahin jaise ab ke baras
sare buTe patta patta rawish rawish barbaad hue
pahle bhi tawaf-e-sham-e-wafa thi rasm mohabbat walon ki
hum tum se pahle bhi yahan 'mansur' hue 'farhad' hue
ek gul ke murjhane par kya gulshan mein kohram macha
ek chehra kumhla jaane se kitne dil nashad hue
'faiz' na hum 'yusuf' na koi 'yaqub' jo hum ko yaad kare
apni kya kanan mein rahe ya misr mein ja aabaad hue

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Wo Jo Haal Tha Wohi Haal Hai, Kahon Kis Tarhan Naya Saal Hai
Wohi Zindagi Ke Wabaal Hai, Kahon Kis

LIGHT human nature is too lightly tost
And ruffled without cause, complaining on--
Restless with r

They held a great prayer-service in Berlin,
And augured German triumph from some words
Said to be

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Wadi-e-Najd Mein Woh Shor-e-Silasil Na Raha
Qais Diwana-e-Nazara Mehmil Na Raha

U

Koshish ke baawjood yeh ilzaam reh geya,
Har kaam main hamesha koi kaam reh geya,
Uth uth ke masji

Na janey kyon aaj bhi yeh ehsaas hota hai,
Tu saath nahin, phir bhi paas hota hai,
Jo dil-e-sheher

There's nane that's blest of human kind,
But the cheerful and the gay, man,
Fal, la, la, &c.

Na Rang Ankhon Ka Laal Rakhna
Na Viran Viran Sa Haal Rakhna

Jo Chahton Mein Likhe The Hum Ne

1.

Listening to jazz now, I'm happy
sun shining outside like it was my lifetime achievement awa

Aey IshQ . . .!
Dil Ki baat Kehta hoon Bura to nhi maano gay .
Barri Raahat k din thay Teri pehc

Aaj kuch waqat ke liye pas mere kaash tum aa jate
bohut tanha hon main aaj kaash tum aa jate

Kab

Ku-Ba-Ku Phail Gai Baat Shanasai Ki
Us Ne Khushbu Ki Tarah Meri Pazirai Ki

Kaise Keh Dun K Mujhe

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

IN Paradise while moonbeams play'd,

Jehovah found, in slumber deep,
Adam fast sunk; He gently la

Veeraan C Ujrri C Tanha Bethi Woh Larki,
Kal Raat Akele Mein Shaayad Kuch Waraq Jala Rahi Thi,

At the earliest ending of winter,
In March, a scrawny cry from outside
Seemed like a sound in his

is mein kya shak hai ki aawara hun main
kuche kuche mein phira karta hun main
mujh se sarzad hot

Parwaaz hai dono ki isi aik Fiza mein,
Kargis ka jahan aur hai, Shaheen ka jahah aur,
ilfaaz-o-Man

Sar Jhukaaoge To Patthar Devtaa Ho Jaayega
Itna Mat Chaaho Use Wo Bewafa Ho Jaayega

Hum Bhi Dari

bulbul ko KHar KHar-e-dabistan hai in dinon
har tifl ki baghal mein gulistan hai in dinon
zunnar

Urdu Poetry

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