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Avoiding something doesn't always

Avoiding something doesn't always
mean that u hate it..

It could also mean that u want it,
but u just know that it isn't urs.. :(

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aise dekha hai ki dekha hi na ho
jaise mujh ko teri parwa hi na ho
baz ghar shahr mein aise dekh

Jis Din Kary Ga Yad Meri Mohabbat Ko

Bohat Roye Ga Khud Ko Bewafa Keh K...

Yehi dil tha ke tarasta tha marasim ke liye
Ab yehi tark e talluq ke bahane maange

Mukammal Mere Hojao Ya Phir Mukammal Mujhe Chor Do...!!

Tumhen Pana, Tumhen Khona, Tumhen Phir S

Na Toun Zameen K Lia Hai Na Asmaan K Lia
Jahan Hai Tere Lia Toun Nahin Jahan K Lia

Tabhi To Main Muhabbat Ka Hawalati Nahi Hota
Yahan Apnay Siwa Koi Mulaqati Nahi Hota

Aur Ab is B

Go seek her out all courteously,
And say I come,
Wind of spices whose song is ever
Epithalamiu

Karte nahin kuch, to kaam karna kya aye,
Jeete jee jaan se guzarnaa kya aaye,
Ro ro ke maut maangn

Aapki DOSTI Ki ek Nazar Chahiye,
Dil hai bay ghar use ek ghar Chahiye,
Bas yun hi SAATH chalte rah

To the grave one day from a house they bore

A maiden;
To the window the citizens went to explore

Toota to hoon magar abhi bikhraa nahin Faraz,
Mere badan pe jese shikaston ka jaal ho..

Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and caldron bubble.
Fillet of a fenny snake,
In the ca

be-gangi-e-tarz-e-sitam bhi bahana-saz
be-chaargi-e-karb-o-alam bhi bahana-saz

kuchh but bana

I PICKED a rustic nosegay lately,
And bore it homewards, musing greatly;
When, heated by my hand,

I have no silver-saddled horse to ride,
no inheritance to live on,
neither riches no real-estate -

میری زندگی کا قصّہ تمام آپ ہو ابّو
میری زندگی کا دوسرا

Angrai Par Angrai Leti Hai Rat Judai Ki
Tum Kya Samjho Tum Kya Jano Bat Meri Tanhai Ki

Kaun Siya

kya jaane kis ki pyas bujhane kidhar gain
is sar pe jhum ke jo ghaTaen guzar gain
diwana puchhta

I thought of Thee, my partner and my guide,
As being past away. -Vain sympathies!
For backward, Du

ja kahyio un se nasim-e-sahar mera chain gaya meri nind gai
tumhen meri na mujh ko tumhari khabar m

Urdu Poetry

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