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Aye mere hamnasheen chal kaheen

Aye mere hamnasheen chal kaheen aur chal,
is chaman mein ab apna guzara nahin.

baat hoti gulon tak to sehlete hum,
ab to kaaton pe bhi haq hamara nahin.

jab gulistan ko khoon ki zarorat padi
sab se pehle hamari hee gardan katee,
phir bhi kehte hain humse ye ahle chaman
ye hamara chaman hai tumhara nahin.

aaj aaye ho aur kal chale jaoge
yeh muhabbat ko meri gawara nahin,

umr bhar kaa sahara bano to bano
chaar din kaa sahara sahara nahin

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WITH what inward joy, sweet lay,

I thy meaning have descried!
Lovingly thou seem'st to say

Th

Ishq Qaatil Se Bhi, Maqtool Se Hamdardi Bhi

Ye Bata Kis Se Muhabbat Ki Jaza Mange Ga

Sajda Kha

Teri Talash Mai Mera Wajood Hi Na Raha, ,
Tabah Kar gayi Meri Hasti Ko Arzo Teri, , , ,

Sitaaro tum tu so jao ham to majboor bethy hain..!!

Jinhein ham piyaar karty hain wo ham se door

nigahon mein iqrar sare hue hain
hum un ke hue wo hamare hue hain
jin aaankhon mein aansu chakar

Tanha chor ker hum ko hasla bhi dete ho,
Saans cheen ker jeenay ki dua bhi dete ho,

Ik taraf jud

O MY heart!
the Supreme Spirit,
the great Master,
is near you: wake, oh wake!
Run to the fee

Shahr-e-kitaab ujaR gaya, harf barahnaa sar hue

Naghma hai surma dar -gulu, she’r watan badar h

Mujhe Itna Na Yaad Aao K Mein Khud Ko Tum Samajh Bethoon

Mujhe Ehsas Rehnay Do Meri Apni bhi Hast

Wo Jo Ik Kanch Ka Shaks Tha Ose Mosmon Ne Badal Diya,

Use Ainoon Ma Nhi Ose Pathero Ma Talash Ka

Eid Milnay Zaroor Aunga
Wa’ada Kar Kay Mukar Gaya Koi

عید ملنے ضرور آئوں گا

Phele mai or tum the ab hum ho gaye
wo mere zakhmo ka marham ho gaye..

jab se unse meri shana sa

Meri Zindagi to Firaaq hai, Wo Azal se Dil k Makeen Sahi
Wo Nigah-e-Shoq se Door hai, Rag-e-Jaan se

Yeh kesa nasha hai main kis ajab khumar main hoon,
Tu aa ke ja bhi chuka hai main intezar main hoon

Mere Aesaab Mein Ik Jo Fariyad Thi, Woh Teri Yaad Thi,
Aur Wehm-o-gumaan Jo Abaad Thi, Woh Teri Yaa

Haseen Pal Ki Zarorat Hai Mujhe, ,
Beete Howe Kal Ki Zarorat Hai Mujhe, ,
Sara Zamana Rooth Gaya M

The Camel's hump is an ugly lump
Which well you may see at the Zoo;
But uglier yet is the hump we

Ek tamanna hai fakat mujh pey meharban raho
tum kisi aur ko dekho to bura lagta hai

Mery chahat

Us nay kaha kon ho Tum?
Main nay kaha Hasrat Tumari

Us nay kaha Taktey ho kya?
Main nay kaha Su

Qareeb Aa K Bohat Door Ho Gya Wo Shakhs,
Na Janey Kon C Dunya Me Kho Gya Wo Shakhs...
Khyal-O-Khuw

Urdu Poetry

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