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Aj Tak Yad Hai Bachpan K Zamane Kitne

Aj Tak Yad Hai Bachpan K Zamane Kitne
Kitne Masom Wo Jazbat Howa Karte Thay

Ak Guria Jo Hatho May Raha Karti Thi
Ak Larki Thi Jo Thi Usko Sajati Kitna

Us K Hatho Main Sajati Thi Kabhi Gajra Bhi
Jab Wo Girti Thi Kabhi Hathon Say Chalte Chalte

Baith Jati Thi Wahin Farsh Par Ya Rone K Liay
Dil Ko Ik Thais Si Is Tarha Say Lag Jati Thi

Jaise Us Gham Ka Madawa Koi Dunya May Na Ho
Kya Masom Tha Us Waqt Kah Ik Din Shayad

Tot Kar Khud Bhi Bikharne Ka Bharam Rakhna
Phail Jana Hai Kabhi Ankh May Apna Kajal

Aik Guria K Bhi Girne Say Wo Tota Howa Dil
Aj Kitne Hi Hadsat Ko Sahe Baitha Hai

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Two knights rode forth at early dawn
A-seeking maids to wed,
Said one, "My lady must be fair,

Kya kahaa .. ishq jawdani hy ??
Aakhri baar mil rahi ho kya ??

nam 'akbar' to mera man ki dua ne rakkha
han bharam us ka magar mere KHuda ne rakkha
wo bhi din

Kon kehta hai mohabbat azeem hai??
yeh kis ne keh diya?
K Mohabbat azeem hai
Mohabbat to bas chan

chaha hai is ko rooh ki gehraiyoon ke sath
zinda hoon apni zaat ki tanhaiyon ke sath,

roka nahi

Chooriyan bhi donga baaliyan bhi donga

Eid ke din mere ghar na aayi to gaaliyan bhi donga

Aur bazaar se kya le jaaun,
Pehli baarish ka maza le jaaun,
Kuch to saughaat duun ghar walon ko,

Lipti Rahi Wajood Se Khushbu Tamam Raat,,
Aata Raha Hai Yaad Mujhe Tu TAmam Raat,,

Us ne Bary

They please me not-- these solemn songs
That hint of sermons covered up.
'T is true the world sh

Tere lehje mein jaadu hai kuch aesa,
Mujhe sun’ne ki aadat ho gayi hai..

LORD ADVOCATEHE clenched his pamphlet in his fist,
He quoted and he hinted,
Till, in a declamation

Yaar Ko Mai.N Ne Mujhe Yaar Ne Sone Na Diyaa
Raat Bhar Taali'-E-Bedaar Ne Sone Na Diyaa

Ek Shab

Kuch shikwey aise they saahib

Jo khud he kiye aur khud he suney

Mard Honi Chahiye, Khatoon Hona Chahiye,
Ab Grammer Ka Yehi Kanoon Hona Chahiye,
Nursery Ka Daakhl

Sit still, I say, and dispense with heroics!
I hurt your wrists? Well, you have hurt me.
It is tim

Zamana Aaya Hai Be_Hajjabi Ka, Aam Deedar-e-Yaar Hoga,

Sakoot Tha Parda_Daar Jiska, Wo Raaz Ab A

ye log DhunD rahe hain yahan wahan mujh ko
talash karte nahin apne darmiyan mujh ko
main agle pi

Khaab meiN soyaa thha maiN, kissne jagaaya mujhko?
Kisski aawaaz ne andar se bulaaya mujh

Why were you born when the snow was falling?
You should have come to the cuckoo's calling
Or whe

I always like summer
Best
you can eat fresh corn
From daddy's garden
And okra
And greens
And c

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