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Agar wo pyar kar leti Mera daman pakar leti

Agar wo pyar kar leti
Mera daman pakar leti
To jeevan mai faqat us say
Mohabat farz ho jati

Mohabat qarz ho jati
Magar
Acha kiya us nay
Mujay samjha k chal nikli
Mujay thukra k chal nikli

Bohat nadan c hay wo
Abi anjaan c hai wo
Kahan maloom hay usko
Mohabat zindagi mai bus faqat ek baar milti hai

Agar thukra k chal niklain
To umrain beet jati hain
Mohabat ki tamana main

Magar
Har 1 rastay
Sirf ruswai milti hy
Faqat tanhai milti hy.?

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Aa Jao Ge Halaat Ki Zadd Pe Kisi Din

Ho Jae Ga Maloom Khuda Hai K Nahi...

Safar K Wastey Tayaar Ho To Lene Do,
Wo Lout Aaye Ga Iqraar Ho To Lene Do,

Wafa Ki Sari Kahani

Kabhi kabhi mere dil main khayaal ata hai,
Ke zindagi teri zulgon ki narm chaaon main,
Guzarne paa

Jis ka dard baTTao ge,
Us se ranj uTThao ge,
Sab ko dost banao ge,
Sab ko dushman pao ge,
Deewan

Dard Kia Hota Hai Batayein Gay Kisi Roz
Kamal Ki Ghazal Tum Ko Sunayein Gay Kisi Roz

Thi Un Ki Z

Na khuda hi mila na vissal-e-sannam,
na idhar ke huye na udhar ke huye,
Rahe dil main hamare yeh r

baadal chhaTe to raat ka har zaKHm wa hua
aansu ruke to aankh mein mahshar bapa hua
sukhi zamin

Pathar Hi Lagein Ge Har Simt Se Aa Kar

Ye Jhoot Ki Duniya Hai Yahan Such Na Kaha Kar

Ab Rota H

Mein tujhe kho ke bhi zinda hoon, Yeh dekha tu ne,
Kiss qadar hauslaa haarey huye insaan mein hai..

Abhi to naaz kar lo tum zawal aaye to loat aana
Bichar k mujh se milne ka khayal aaye to loat aana

Let America be America again.
Let it be the dream it used to be.
Let it be the pioneer on the plai

[Brazil. A friend of the writer is speaking.]


Half squatter, half tenant (no rent)—
a sort

Jinhen Chaha Bohat Hum Ne Magar Apnaa Nahi Paye.
Bohat Ankhon Ne Barish Ki Mujhe Wo Yad Jab Aaye.

FOR these are sacred fishes all
Who know that lord that is the lord of all;
Come to the brim and n

O THOU who kindly dost provide
For every creature's want!
We bless Thee, God of Nature wide,
For

Hasi ke raste pe chala karo,
khushiyo ki mahak liya karo,
pyar se dilon ko chuha karo,
jahan tumh

A Servant To Servants - Poem by Robert Frost
I didn't make you know how glad I was
To have you com

At childhood
"We cry loudly to get what we like"
But now
"When we grown up,
We cry silently to f

Faraz? wo ankhain jheel c gehri tu hain magar!
un main koi aks meray nam ka nahin
Asahqi sy uski u

Every day I bear a burden, and I bear this calamity for a purpose:
I bear the discomfort of cold a

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