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Baray-e-naam sahi koi meharbaan to he,

Baray-e-naam sahi koi meharbaan to he,
Hamare sar pe Bhi hone ko Aasamaan to he

Teri faraakhdili ko duaen deta hun,
Mere labon pe tere lams ka nishaan to he

Ye aur bat k vo ab yahan nahi rahta,
Magr ye us ka basaya hua makaan to he

Alavaa is k na kuch aur parda rakh mujhse
Fasiil-e-jism mere tere darmiyan to he

Bichar k zinda nahi rah sakenge ham 2no,
Mujhe ye vaham to hai un ko ye gumaan to he

Saron pe saya_figan abr-e-Aarzu na sahi,
Hamare pas saraabon ka sayabaan to he

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HuM NE ToH KHuD SE INtaQAAM LiYA..

TuM NE KiA SOcH KaR MuhAbAT Ki..

pahaDon se ghiri wadi mein, patthar se bani ek chaar-diwari
aur is diwar ke andar kai kamre
haza

Kitno ki taqdeer badalni hai tumhein
Kitno ko rasto pey lana hai tumhein

Apni hath ki lakeron ko

aata hi nahin hone ka yaqin kya baat karun
hai dur bahut wo KHwab-nashin kya baat karun
kya baat

WHEN from my cheek I lift my veil,
The roses turn with envy pale,
And from their pierced hearts,

Aayina dekh ke kehte hain sanwarne walay,
Aaj be-maut maren ge mere marnay walay..

Dil Kahin Aur dastkhat Kahin Aur !!
Kya Kehte Hain Aise Nikah ko logo !!

Ab bhi ik umar pe jeene ka na andaaz aya,
Zindagi chorr de peecha mera main baaz aya..

Gham ki barish ne bhi tere naqsh ko dhoya nahin,
Tuu ne mujhe ko khho diya maine tujhe khoya nahin,

Tum Mujhe AL Wida Nahi kehna
Tum Se Naata Hay Yun Wafaon ka

Jaisy khushbu Se Hai Hawaon ka
Jais

Mohabbat se rihaa hona zaroori ho geya hai,
Mera tujh se judaa hona zaroori ho geya hai,
Wafaa ke

jane kiun woh sansoo ki dor totne nahi deta
bas qadam aur chalne kawasta dekar mujhe rokne nahi det

Chaman mein subah yeh kahti thi ho kar chashm-e-tar shabnam,
Bahaar-e-baagh to yun hi rahi,

Ae dost Meri chahaton pr Aitraz na krna,
Rahay sath humara bus ye hi dua krna

Hum dain ge Tumara

A crazy man that found a cup,
When all but dead of thirst,
Hardly dared to wet his mouth
Imaginin

suna hai us ne KHizan ko bahaar karna hai
ye jhuT to hai magar e'tibar karna hai
ye aur baat mul

Dil Dard Ki Shiddat Se Khoon-Gashta-O-See Paara
Is Sheher Mein Phirta Hai Ek Wehshee-O-Awara
Shaya

Kuch Nafratoun Ka Samaan Liye Pherta Hun
Dil Par Hay Bojh Ju Liye Pherta Hun
Pas E Deewar Jsy Hu K

We learnt the creed at Hungerford,
We learnt the creed at Bourke;
We learnt it in the good times

Kab tak baithe hath maleN

Chal sathi kahiN aur chaleN

Ab kis ghaaT pe baNdheN nao

Ab yeh to

Urdu Poetry

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