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Almari se khat us ke purane nikal aye,

Almari se khat us ke purane nikal aye,
Phir se mere chehre pe yeh daane nikal aye,
Maan beth ke takti thi jahan se mera rasta,
Mitti ke hattate hi khazaane nikal aye,
Mumkin hai hamen gaaon bhi pehchan na paye,
Bachpan main hi hum ghar se kamane nikal aye,
Ae rait ke zaray tera ehsan bohat hai,
Ankhon ko bhigone ke bahane nikal aye,
Ab tere bulane se bhi hum aa nahin sakte,
Hum tujh se bohat aagay zamane nikal aye,
Ek khauf sa rehta hai mere dil main hamesha,
Kis ghar se teri yaad na jaane nikal aye..

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Aaj Raat ka Çhaand ßilkul Tumhare Jesa He.


'W0hi khubsøørti'
"W0hi Nøør"
""W0hi Ghur

Why do you follow me?—
Any moment I can be
Nothing but a laurel-tree.

Any moment of the chase

Among the more irritating minor ideas
Of Mr. Homburg during his visits home
To Concord, at the e

Aansoun ki tarah nazron se geraya usne,
Apni khabar na mili kuch aisa khak mai milaya usne,
ilzaam

pyar ki kismat koi na jane,
mar mitne ko taiyar hai diwane,

duniya dekhe tamasha aur
kahe, jal

Ierne's now our royal Care:
We lately fix'd our Vice--roy there.
How near was she to be undone,
T

Woodsmoke and a distant loudspeaker
Filter into this clear
Air, and blur.

The red tomato's in,

Ye Faizan-e-Nazar Tha Ya Ke Maktab Ki Karamat Thi,
Sikhaye Kis Ne 'Ismaeel (A.S)' Ko Adaab-e-Farza

Chor Dia Hum Ne Aitbar Qismat Ki Lakeeron Pe Wasi

Jo Dilon Me Bus Jaen Wo Lakeeron Me Nahi Mila K

Mujeh Ye Zid nahi mere Gally ka Haar ho jao
Akhela Chor dena , tum jahaan Be-zaar ho jao

Bhot Ja

Na jane kya likh diya h maine madh0Shi k alam men. . .

QaaS!d ki laaSh ayi ha khatt k jawab men.

Ik aaalam-e-hijraan hi ab hum ko pasand aaya,
Yeh khaana-e-viraaan hi ab hum ko pasand aaya,
Benaa

Sometimes, you have to give up on people.
Not because you don't care
But
Because they dont.

Khayaal-o-Khwaab Ke Manzar Sajaana Chahta Hai
Ye Dil Jeenay Ka Ik Taaza Bahana Chahta Hai
Roshnion

Khabar nahi thi Jo khuwab mein hai
Wo khuwab mein bhi na mil saky ga
Khabar nahi thi kisi bhi rutt

Main Khaak Nasheen Hon Meri Jageer Mera Musalaa
Shahon Ko Salami Meray Maslak Me Nahi

To change the world enough
you must cease to be afraid
of the poor.
We experience your fear as th

Is dil ka kaha mano 1 kaam ker do,
1 bay naam si mohabbat mere naam kar do,

Meri zaat pay faqat

Jawab-e-Shikwa
THE ANSWER TO THE COMPLAINT
Stanza (1)

Dil Se Jo Baat Nikalti Hai, Asar Rakhti H

Ab jo dekhen to koi aesi barri baat na thi,
Yeh shab-o-roz, maah-o-saal ka pur-paich safar,
Qadrey

Urdu Poetry

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