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Adabb ki baat hai warna munir socho to,

Adabb ki baat hai warna munir socho to,
Jo shakhss sunta hai woh bol bhi to sakta hai..

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Living is no laughing matter:
you must live with great seriousness
like a squirrel, for examp

Usey kaho ke milne ki ab dua na kare,
Guzar gaye hain jo lamhe unhe haraa na kare,
Mujhe bhi khawb

dana-e-gandum-e-bedar uThane laga hun
KHak hun KHak ka aazar uThane laga hun
kurra-e-hijr se hon

ata-e-abr se inkar karna chahiye tha
main sahra thi mujhe iqrar karna chahiye tha
lahu ki aanch

tumhaare hijr ko kafi nahin samajhta main
kisi malal ko hatmi nahin samajhta main
ye aur baat ki

Roshni Chahye Sabaa Ke Lye
Phool Roshan Karo Khuda Ke Lye
Osko Itna Bhee Meherbaan Na Kaho
Hum Ta

WHILE he is mark'd by vision clear
Who fathoms Nature's treasures,
The man may follow, void of fea

Zikr-e shab-e firaaq se wehshat usay bhi thee,
Meri tarah kisi se muhabbat usay bhi thee.

Mujh k

Bhool gayi woh shakal bhi aakhir,
Kab tak yaad koi rehta hai..

Tehalka daal deti hai arsh asmani mai

Muhabbat jab jawani mai Khuda ka naam leti hai

تہلک

Bewafa Wo Zamany Bharr ka..

Phir Bhi Acha Lagta Hai
Zamaaney Bhar Se..

Gulab Sary Madham Dikhai Dete Hain
Nazar Jab Bhi Tere Chehry Ka Tawaf Karti Hai...

Falling in love was like falling down the stairs
Each stair had her name on it
And he went bouncin

Sari Raat Ki Jagi Aankhein
College Mein Kya Parhti Hon Gi
Yunhi Khoye Dil Hi Dil Mein
Jane Kya Ky

Abar e Rehmat Ban Kar Chha Jao Payam e Eid Hai
Chaar Soo Noor Barsaao Payam e Eid Hai
Ghamzada Jo

Tarapta, Sisakta, Tarasta Hai Magar Mohsin

Usy Keh Do Kisi K Hijr Main Marta Nahi Koi...

Now while my lips are living
Their words must stay unsaid,
And will my soul remember
To speak

meri hasrat k janazy ko uthany waly,
kitny bedard hain yeh loag zamany waly,

koi apna nahi matla

Iblees (Apne Musheeron Se)
IBLIS (TO HIS COUNCILORS)

Hai Mere Dast-e-Tasarruf Mein Jahan-e-Rang

Mujhe us se mohabbat hai,
Magar kese kahoon us se,
Woh meri baat ko sanjeedgi se
kam hi leti hai,

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