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Ab kya sochen kya halaat the kis kaaran yeh zehr piya hai,

Ab kya sochen kya halaat the kis kaaran yeh zehr piya hai,
Ham ne us ke sheher ko choda aur ankhon ko moond liya hai,
Apna yeh sheva to nahin tha apne gham auron ko saumpein,
Khud to jaagte ya sote hain us ko kyun be-khawb kiya hai,
Khilqat ki awaazain bhi thi band us ke darvaaze bhi they,
Taaza rifaaqat ke mausam tak main bhi jiya hoon woh bhi jiya hai,
Ek Faraz tumhin tanhaa ho jab tak dukh ke rasiyaa ho,
Warna aksar dil walon ne dard ka raasta chorr diya hai..

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The courier will depart next day, she's told.
She sews a warrior's gown all night.
Her fingers f

bhuli-bisri yaadon ko lipTae hue hun
TuTa jal samundar par phailae hue hun
wahshat karne se bhi

Aj wo Mujay akela chor kr chala gya

Na Kuch kr ska to dil tor kr chala gya

Sun kr sadayen un-S

Wo Shakhs Kuch Is Tarha Gaya
K Phir Lauta Nahi Kabhi...

Suna Hai Zindagi Imtehan Leti Hai FARAZ
Par Yahan To Imtehano Ne Zindagi Leli

Teri khushbuu nahin milti, tera lehja nahin milta,
Humen to sheher main koi tere jaisa nahin milta,

Dil Guman Tha Gumaniyan thay hum
haan miyan dastaniyan thay hum
ham sune aur sunaye jaate thay
ra

Jamaal-e-Yaar Ko Dekhoon Kamaal-e-Yaar Se Pehle
Main Khushoo Ki Tarah Mehkoon Khayaal-e-Yaar Se Pe

So the son of Menoetius was attending to the hurt of Eurypylus
within the tent, but the Argives and

Wee, sleekit, cowrin, tim'rous beastie,
O, what a panic's in thy breastie!
Thou need na start aw

Mine eye hath played the painter and hath stelled
Thy beauty's form in table of my heart;
My body

Reh gai Rasam-e-Azan Rooh Bilali na rahi,
Falsafa reh gaya Talqeen-e-Ghazali na rahi...!

Dil Lagaany Ki Baat Hai Saari,
Jaan Se Jaany Ki Baat Hai Saari.

Sab Parindoon Ki Waapsi Ho Gi,

Qafly Raakh huwe..!! Dasht'e'Junoon mein kitny..!!

Kash k khushiyon ki Tarha..!! Dard B Hijrat k

Keh rahi hai mere jazbaat ki jhankaar tujhe,
Kar sake ga na koi meri tarah pyaar tujhe,
Raqss kart

Jo kehte thy ke naa jee payengy tere bina hum,,,

Aaj Kehty Hain Chor Do Hath Meri Izzat Ka Sawaa

Hawa k doosh pe rakha hua chiragh tha wo
jo bujh gya to hawa se shikayat kesi

Mery Humsafar Ka Ye Hukm Tha K Main BAAT Uss Se Kam Karon,

Mery Hont Aisy Sily K Phir Meri Chup

Wo Ja Chuka Hai,
Magar Judai Se Qabal Ka
Ik Narm Lamha
Thehar Gaya Hai
Meri Hatheli Ki Pusht

Oh hush, little baby, thy papa's at sea;
The big billows rock him as mamma rocks thee.
He hastes t

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