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aj unhen kuch is tarah ji khol kar dekha kiye

aj unhen kuch is tarah ji khol kar dekha kiye
ek hi lamhe mein jaise umr bhar dekha kiye
dil agar betab hai dil ka muqaddar hai yahi
jis qadar thi ham ko taufiq-e-nazar dekha kiye
khudfaroshana ada thi meri surat dekhna
apne hi jalwe ba-andaz-e-digar dekha kiye
nashanas-e-gam faqat dad-e-hunar dete rahe
ham mata-e-gam ko ruswa-e-hunar dekha kiye
dekhne ka ab ye alam hai koi ho ya na ho
ham jidhar dekha kiye pehron udhar dekha kiye
husn ko dekha hai main ne husn ki khatir ?Hafeez?
warna sab apna hi mear-e-nazar dekha kiye

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Deedar-E-Yaar Aj Tak Mayassar Nahi Raha

Muddat Hui Humara Koi Basar Nahi Raha

Mara Hai Muflisi

There is no flock, however watched and tended,
But one dead lamb is there!
There is no fireside, h

Gleiwitz,1946)

The old Romanesque church in Petersdorf,
closed since the Germans left the neig

Ashaar mere yuun to zamane ke liye hain,
Kuch sher faqat un ko sunaane ke liye hain,
Ab yeh bhi na

Eid Milnay Zaroor Aunga
Wa’ada Kar Kay Mukar Gaya Koi

عید ملنے ضرور آئوں گا

NOT occasion makes the thief;

She's the greatest of the whole;
For Love's relics, to my grief,

Humaray baad nahin ay ga tumhain chahat ka asa maza ?Faraz?!
Tum logon se kehtay phiroo gay mujhe c

raste jis taraf bulate hain
hum usi samt chalte jate hain
roz jate hain apne KHwabon tak
roz c

Koi Aahat, Koi Awaz, Koi Chaap Nahi

Dil Ki Galiyan Bari Sunsaan Hain, Aye Koi...

duniya ke liye zahr na khaalen koi hum bhi
is baat pe phir shart laga len koi hum bhi
bahti hui

Oh if I were the velvet rose
Upon the red rose vine,
I'd climb to touch his window
And make hi

Tujhko socha to bohat per likha kum Mene,
Ke Teri Tareef k qabil mere alfaaz kahan....?

Yeh ajab soorat-e-haal huyi jati hai,
Raat ke baad yahan raat huyi jati hai,
Woh to ab bhi mukamma

They were calling certain styles of whiskers by the name of “lilacs.”
And another manner of bea

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

Ye Anasir Ka Purana Khail, Ye Dunya-e-Doon

Sakinan-e-Arsh-e-Azam Ki Tamanaon Ka Khoon!

This an

Teri ummid, tera intezar jab se hai

Na shab ko din se shikayat na din ko shab se h

Bade Ghazab Ka Hai Yaro Bade Azab Ka Zakhm
Agar Shabab Hi Thahra Mere Shabab Ka Zakhm

Zamin Ki K

Kahin woh aa ke mitta na dain intezaar ka lutf,
Kahin qubool na ho jaaye iltejaa meri..

Our Lombard country-girls along the coast
Wear daggers in their garters: for they know
That they m

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