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baadal chhaTe to raat ka har zaKHm wa hua

baadal chhaTe to raat ka har zaKHm wa hua
aansu ruke to aankh mein mahshar bapa hua
sukhi zamin pe bikhri hui chand pattiyan
kuchh to bata nigar-e-chaman tujh ko kya hua
aise baDhe ki manzilen raste mein bichh gain
aise gae ki phir na kabhi lauTna hua
ai justuju kahan gae wo hausle tere
kis dasht mein KHarab tera qafila hua
pahunche pas-e-KHayal to dekha ki ret par
KHema tha ek phul ki surat khila hua
aai shab-e-siyah to diye jhilmila uThe
tha raushni mein shahr hamara bujha hua

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The great thing
is not having
a mind. Feelings:
oh, I have those; they
govern me. I have
a lord

Jis simt bhi dekhooN nazar aata hai ke tum ho
Ae jaan-e-jahaaN ye koi tum saa hai ke tum ho

Yeh

I wish I could take a quiet corner in the heart of my baby's very
own world.
I know it has stars t

FITTING perfumes to prepare,

And to raise thy rapture high,
Must a thousand rosebuds fair

Fir

Maslak -e- jabr woh apnaate hue
Hum baGhaavat pe tule jaate hue

Chashm-e-ummeed ko path_raate hu

Long ago, I was wounded. I lived
to revenge myself
against my father, not
for what he was--
for

ajab tarah ke kamal karne bhi aa gae hain
bichhaD ke ab mah o sal karne bhi aa gae hain
jo meri

kisi ko chhoD deta hun kisi ke sath chalta hun
main chalta hun to phir wabastagi ke sath chalta hu

Mujhe Kis Taraf Jaana Hay Kuch Khabar Nahi,
Mere Raastey Bhi Kho Gaye Meri Muhabbat Ki Tarah..!

Unhon Ney Aisi Chaal Chali k Unki Jeet Yaqeeni Thi..

Phir Apni Apni Qismat Hai K Haare Hum Or Pa

While about the shore of Mona those Neronian legionaries
Burnt and broke the grove and altar of the

Tm Se Na Kat Sakay Ga Andheron Ka Ye Safar, ,

Ab Sham Ho Rhi He, Mera Hath Thaam Lo,

Meri zindagi per faqat itna ehsan ker do,
Ik benam si mohabbat mere naam kerdo,
Ik subha ko milo a

I LOVE PAK ARMY

Har Bar Ki Tarha Is Bar Bhi EID Tujh Pe Qurban Kar Jaon Ga,
Main Ye Eid Bhi Teri

Mujhy Samjhaya Na Karo K Ab To Ho Chuki Mujhko Mohabbat...

Mohabbat Mashwara Hoti To Tum Se Pooc

My love is as a fever, longing still
For that which longer nurseth the disease,
Feeding on that w

Aisa hai ke sab khawb musalsal nahin hote,
Jo aaj hote hian magar kal nahin hote,
Andar ki fazaon

"SISTER, sister, go to bed!
Go and rest your weary head."
Thus the prudent brother said.

"Do

she realized
she wasn't one
of life's winners
when she wasn't sure
life to her was some dark

After a long night of interrogation,
followed by a thirty-minute trial,
there was no doubt about

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