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Ashk-e-ravaan ki nehr hai aur hum hain dosto,

Ashk-e-ravaan ki nehr hai aur hum hain dosto,
Uss bewafa ka shehr hai aur hum hain dosto,
Yeh ajnabi si manzilein aur raftgaan ki yaad,
Tanhaayiyon kaa zehr hai aur hum hain dost,
Laayi hai ab urraa ke gaye mausmon ki baas,
Barkhaa ki rut ka qehr hai aur hum hain dosto,
Phirte hain misl-e-mauj-e-huaaa shehr mein,
Awaargi ki lehr hai aur hum hain dosto,
Shaam-e-aalam dhalli to chalii dard ki havaa,
Raaton ki pichlaa pehr hai aur hum hain dosto,
Aankhon mei urr rahi hai lutti mehfilon ki dhool,
Ibrat saraa-e-dehr hai aur hum hain dosto..

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HOME from the daisied meadows, where you linger yet -
Home, golden-headed playmate, ere the sun is

Koi har gya koi jeet gya,
ye saal b akhir beet gya..!
Kabi sapny sjaye ankho me
kabi beet gae pal

Teri hi yaadon mein main apna naam bhool jata hoon,
Milna tha kis ko, sabhi main kaam bhool jata ho

Un ki farmayesh nayi din raat hai,
Aur thori si meri auqaat hai..

akele kya pas-e-diwar-o-dar gae hum tum
sagan-e-KHufta ko hoshyar kar gae hum tum
qadam qadam pe

آؤ سناؤں دوستو کچھ سائبان کی
اک داستاں ہے تتلیوں کے گل

AaJ PHir Un Sy MuLaQaT HUi Hai 'MoHsIn,,,

AaJ PHir DiL Py K0i ZakHaM LaGa Ho JeSy,,,

Chalo Us Ka Nahi To KHUDA Ka Ehsan Laitay Hai FRAZ
Wo Minnat Se Nahi Mana To Mannat Se Mang Laty Ha

Baat kamm kijiye zahaanat ko chupaate rahiye,
Ajnabi sheher hai yeh, dost banaate rahiye,
Dushmani

Hijr Ka Tara Doob Chla Hai Dhalne Lgi Hai Raat Wasi
Qatra Qatra Bars Rahi Hai Ashko Ki Barsat Wasi

Zindagi Tu Kabhi Nahi Aai
Mout Aai Hai Zara Zara Kar K...

Sing, O Song of Hiawatha,
Of the happy days that followed,
In the land of the Ojibways,
In the pl

siine meñ sulagte hue lamhāt kā jañgal
kis tarah kaTe tāroñ-bharī raat kā jañgal

haa

Sab kuch hai paas lekin kuch bhi nahi raha,
Uss ki hi justujuu thi wohi nahin raha,
Kehta tha ik p

Yad ai teri ajj barson k bad
Chalak pare ansu ajj barson k bad
Tere ansaon se begha hoa wo akhari

Sitaron Se Aage Jahan Aur Bhi Hain
Abhi Ishq Ke Imtehan Aur Bhi Hain

Tahi Zindagi Se Nahi Ye Fez

Safar Hi Shart Hai To Phir Ye Sun Lo,,,
Humain Wapis Palat'ne Ko Na Kehna...

The stars are mansions built by Nature's hand,
And, haply, there the spirits of the blest
Dwell, c

Mujrim Tera Par Me Bewafa Nahi
Tu Chahat Hai Meri Tujhe Pata Nahi

Mana K Jurm Mene Kiya Tha Maga

Dropp’d feather from the wings of God
My little songs and snatches are,
So light He does not hea

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