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Ab na behel sake ga dil ab na diye jalayiye,

Ab na behel sake ga dil ab na diye jalayiye,
Ishq o havass hain sab faraib aap se kya chupaayiye,
Uss ne kaha ke yaad hain rang tuluu-e-ishq ke,
Main ne kaha ke chooriye ab unhe bhool jaayiye,
Kaise nafees they makaan saaf tha kitna aasmaan,
Main ne kahaa ke woh samaan aaj kahan se laayiye,
Kuch to suraagh mil sake mausam-e-dard–hijr ka,
Sang -e- jamaal– e-yaar pr naqssh koii banaayiye,
Koi sharar nahin bachaa pichle barass ki raah me,
Ham-nafasaan-e-shola-khuu aag nahii jalaayiye..

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To-day I have grown taller from walking with the trees,
The seven sister-poplars who go softly in a

Anjam-e-wafa yeh hai jis ne bhi mohabbat ki,
Marne ki duaa mangi jeene ki sazaa paayi..

Ab Bhala Chhor Ke Ghar Kya Karte
Shaam Ke Vaqt Safar Kya Karte

Terii Masrufiytain Jaante The
Ap

The Britons, in their Nature shy,
View Strangers with a distant Eye:
We think them partial and sev

Sirf mere chehry ki udasi se bhar aaye us ke Aankhon main Aansoo,,,

Dil ka alam to abhi us ne da

Don't imitate me;
it's as boring
as the two halves of a melon.


Translated by Robert Hass
Ma

Rab rab karde budhe ho gaye, Mulla Pandat saray,
Rab da khooj khurra na Lubha, Sajde kar kar haare,

بڑی عجیب ھے نادان دل کی خواھش یا رب
عمل کچھ نھیں اور دل

Kehna Ghalt Ghalt To Chupana Sahi, Sahi
Qasid Kaha Jo Us Ne Btana Sahi Sahi

Ye Subah Subah Chehr

Eid Jb Aati Hay Tou Milnay Ka Imkaan Rehta Hay
Mil Kay Kiya Kahen Gey Soch Ke Dil Pareshaan Rehta H

mutalba humara un sy kuch bhi zyda nahi
murta to hai hum py woh aur khabi jutata nahi

hum ny kub

Hijr Ka Tara Doob Chla Hai Dhalne Lgi Hai Raat Wasi
Qatra Qatra Bars Rahi Hai Ashko Ki Barsat Wasi

Most wounds can Time repair;
But some are mortal -- these:
For a broken heart there is no balm,
N

The new hath come and now the old retires:
And so the past becomes a mountain-cell,
Where lone,

Uski YAD thi or me tha bas,
Wo ek Aks tha or me tha bas,

Chalte Chalte kahin Duniya ka kinara

Haqeeqat Aashna Mere, ,
Tujhe Shayad Khabar Hogi, ,
Mujhe Teri Muhabbat Ne, ,
Bohat Buzdil Bana D

Mera Sochna Teri Zaat Tak
Meri Guftagu Teri Baat Tak,

Na Tum Milo Jo Kabi Mujhey
Mera Dhondn

Praise the spells and bless the charms,
I found April in my arms.
April golden, April cloudy,
Gra

Tu Hans Raha Hai Mujh Pe Mera Haal Daikh Ker,

Or Phir Bhi Main Shareek Tere Qehqahon Main Hoon,

HuM Ny Liya Honto Se Jo Naam Tera.!

Dil Honto Se Ulajh para k Ye Sirf Mera Hy..

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