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Asool_E_Ishq Itna Hai, Jhuka K Sar, Sub Hukam Maano,,

Asool_E_Ishq Itna Hai,
Jhuka K Sar, Sub Hukam Maano,,

Kiyon ? Kiya ? Kaisy ?
Karnay Se Khafa Mehboob Hotay Hain....!!

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Apne zarf apni talabb apni nazar ki baat hai,
Raat hai lekin mere labb par sehar ki baat hai,
Aash

Jate Hue Wo Zindagi Kesi Uljha Gai
Tanha Kar K Wo Mujhe Jalna Sikha Gai

Aankhon Ki Neend Le Gai

Aaye they un ke sath nazaare chale gaye,
Woh shab woh chandni woh sitaare chale gaye,
Shaayed tumh

Iss Naye Saal Mein Khusiyun Ki Brsatein Hun
Pyaar Ky Din Or Muhabbat Bhaari Raatein Ho
Ranjishein

Aqal Ne Aik Din Ye Dil Se Kaha
Bhoole Bhatke Ki Rahnuma Hun Main

One day reason said to the hear

Stanza (25)

Ehd-e-Nau Barq Hai, Aatish Zan-e-Har Khirman Hai
Ayman Is Se Koi Sehra No Koi Gulsha

Ye Kafi Hai Keh Ham Dushman Nahi Hain
Wafadari Ka Dawa Kyun Krein Ham

A monk sips morning tea,
it's quiet,
the chrysanthemum's flowering.


Translated by Robert Hass

When you will read this poem composed in tears
after one hundred years,
remember, on this day of

My hands the Hook thunder hangs its hat on,
My breast the Arroyo storms fill with water,
My brow t

Us Se Milna To Us se EiD Mubarak Kehna...

Ye Bhi Kehna K Meri EiD Mubarak Kar De..!!

Safar dushwar kitna hai,
Magar dekhna hai ke koi wafadar kitna hai,
Yahi soch ke usay kabhi manga

When other fair ones to the shades go down,
Still Chloe, Flavin, Delia, stay in town:
Those ghost

in barish ki bondon se mehak aa rahi hai teri

shayad tu bheeg raha hai barish mein gulabon ki tar

Koi Lakh Parhe Pyar K Mantar
Jin Ki Fitrat Mai Ho Dasna Wo Dasa Karte Hain

LOVE is indeed a glorious prize!
What fairer guerdon meets our eyes?--
Though neither wealth nor p

مقدور ہو تو خاک سے پوچھوں کہ اے لئیم
تو نے وہ گنج‌ہاۓ

Kaash main tere hansee’n haath ka kangan hota

tu baray pyar say, chao say, baray maan ke saath

Remember
When we ended
It all
-for a weekend-
& how
We knew?
You took
The tea bowl
That I
B

It is very nice to think
The world is full of meat and drink,
With little children saying grace

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