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Alfaz kay jhootay bandhan mein Aghraz kay gehray pardon mein Har shakhs muhabbat kerta hai Hala kay muhabbat kuch bhi nahi Sab jhotay rishtay naatay hain Sab dil rakhnay ke batain hain Sab asli roop chupatay hain Ehsas se khali loog yahan Lafzon kay

Alfaz kay jhootay bandhan mein
Aghraz kay gehray pardon mein
Har shakhs muhabbat kerta hai
Hala kay muhabbat kuch bhi nahi
Sab jhotay rishtay naatay hain
Sab dil rakhnay ke batain hain
Sab asli roop chupatay hain
Ehsas se khali loog yahan
Lafzon kay teer chalatay hain
Ik bar nazar mein aa kar wo
Phir sari umar rulatay hain
Ye ishq-o-muhabbat mehr-o-wafa
Sab jhooti suchi batain hain
Her shakhs khudi ke masti mein
Bas apni khatir jeeta hai

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dariya ki rawani wahi dahshat bhi wahi hai
aur Dubte lamhat ki surat bhi wahi hai
alfaz bhi likk

Sun To Sahii Jahaa.N Me.N Hai Teraa Fasaanaa Kyaa
Kahatii Hai Tujh Se Khalq-E-Khudaa Gaibaanaa Kya

Kash Main Tere Nam Ka Nukta Hota
Tum Tum Na Rehte Agar Main Na Hota...

Kisi Ko Kaise Doon Main Ye Bina Teri Ejazat K,,,

Ye Dil Teri Amanat Hai Khuda K Waste Aa Jaa...

Good-night? ah! no; the hour is ill
Which severs those it should unite;
Let us remain together sti

Saaqiya tishnagi ki taab nahin,
Zeher de de agar sharaab nahin..

it is marvellous to wake up together
At the same minute; marvellous to hear
The rain begin suddenl

Wo Keh Rahi Thi Sumandar Nahi Hain Aankhain Hain
Mai Un Mai Dob Gya Aetbar Karte Hoye

Dono hathon se looTti hai humen,
Kitni zaalim hai teri angrrayi..

Goongi Ho Gai Aaj Kuch Zaban Kehte Kehte
Hich-Kicha Gaya Main Khud Ko Musalman Kehte Kehte

Ye Ba

Ata Hai Yad Mujhko Guzara Hua Zamana
Wo Bag Ki Baharen Wo Sab Ka Chah-Chahana

Azadiyan Kahan Wo

The one I was searching for on the earth and in heaven
Appeared residing in the recesses of my own

Kisi Bewafa Ki Khatir Ye Janoon-e-Faraz Kab Tak?

Jo Tumhein Bhula Chuka Hai, Usy Tum Bhi Bhool J

Sweet dreams form a shade,
O'er my lovely infants head.
Sweet dreams of pleasant streams,
By happ

ہے غنیمت کہ بہ امید گزر جائے گی عمر
نہ ملے داد‘ مگر روز

Manzilain Teray ILawa Bhi Kai Hain Lekin..!!

Zindagi Aur Kisi RaaH Pay Chalti Hi Nahi...!!!

Yeh qarzz to mera hai chukaaye ga koi aur,
Dukh mujh ko hai aur neer bahaaye ga koi aur,

Kyaa ph

Some say the world will end in fire,
Some say in ice.
From what I've tasted of desire
I hold with

Kitni Zarkhaiz Hai Nafrat K Liye Dil Ki Zameen

Waqt Lagta Hi Nahi Fassal Ki Tayyari Mein

کس طرح کسی حصار میں رہے
دل ہو ، اور اختیار میں رہے

Kis tar

Urdu Poetry

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