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Apney Uljhey Huwey Din Raat Bhi Suljha Na Sakey

Apney Uljhey Huwey Din Raat Bhi Suljha Na Sakey
Itney Be-faiz Hain Khud Apney Hi Kaam Aa Na Sakey

Saaya-e-Zeest Ko Dhaltey Huwey Daikha Lekin
Taptey Sehra Pay Koi Naqsh-e-Khushi Paa Na Sakey

Dil Bhi Machla Tha Nigahein Bhi Palat Jaati Theen
Unn Ki Dehleez Pay Lekin Ye Qadam Jaa Na Sakey

Dil Ki Taskheer Hi Darasal Fatah Mandi Hai
Unn Ko Paa Kar Bhi Magar Hum Unhein Apna Na Sakey

Daastan Kehney Ki Kuch Waqt Ne Mohlat Hi Na Di
Lab Kusha Ho Na Sakey Dil Unhein Dilkhla Na Sakey

Khilti Kaliyon Ke Tabasum Ki Haqeeqat Kya Hai
Bikhrey Phoolon Say Jo Poocha To Woh Samjha Na Sakey ....!!!!!!

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In tattered robes that hoard a glittering trace
Of bygone colours, broidered to the knee,
Behold

جلا دیا شجر جاں کہ سبز بخت نہ تھا
کسی بھی رت میں ہرا ہو ی

Tumhare Dairon Me Ek Umar Se Mehw-E-Gardish Hun
Mera Markaz Nahi Badla, Mera Mehwar Nahi Badla...

Phir teray na aane ki khabar shaam main aayi,
Zohrab ki talkhi si mere jaam mein aayi,

Aye kaa

Tamam log sunn len

Garmi bht ho gayi hy.
Suraj b khub Aag barsa rha hy.

Apne sar pe geela or

On a small lake off
the map of the world, two
swans lived. As swans,
they spent eighty percent

I.
She was an aged woman; and the years
Which she had numbered on her toilsome way
Had bowed her

Spring rides no horses down the hill,
But comes on foot, a goose-girl still.
And all the loveliest

PeShaaniy0n Pe Likhe Muqaddar Nahin Mile,
DaStaar Kab MilenGe Jahaan Sar Nahin Mile,

AawarGi K

Behind the blameless trees
old fate slowly builds
her mute countenance.
Wrinkles grow there . . .

Koi titli hamarey paas aati bhi, to kia aati,

Yun ghut-ghut k mar jana, hamain manzoor tha laikin

Mein Ne ik Umar K Khwabon Ko Tery Nam Kiya"

Apne Ahsaas Ko Kar Mere Hawaly Tu Bhi"

O Lord! I have become weary of human assemblages!
When the heart is sad no pleasure in assemblages

O bid me mount and sail up there
Amid the cloudy wrack,
For peg and Meg and Paris' love
That had

Dil Mae Uthy Is Drd Ki
Intiha Kbi Na Pochna
Wo Muhabbato K Thy Silsily
Wo Chahtoo Ki Thi Dastan

'Tis true, 'tis day; what though it be?
O wilt thou therefore rise from me?
Why should we rise, be

Aansuyon se woh zair-e-aab* aaye,
Jin ki raahon mein phir chanaab aaye,
Kal to socha tha bhool jaa

Everybody to sleep the guard symbolizes
on his late night tour of the tombs.
When he leaves, after

As the dim twilight shrouds
The mountain's purple crest,
And Summer's white and folded clouds
Are

Kismat do pal mein badal sakta he INSAN,
Per jo INSAN ko badal de wo kismat nahin hoti,

Apni kis

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