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Baton say bhee yeh gham kyon kam naheen hotey

Baton say bhee yeh gham kyon kam naheen hotey
Aansuon sey dil k koney nam naheen hote

Thee bahut umeed to apnon sey is dil ko kabhee
Par hameshaa saath ye hamdam naheen hote

Bebasee hansne lagee khaamoshi ab hai goonjtee
Band kamron men koyee mausam naheen hote

Jab khushee hai naachtee gaatee hai man kee har kalee
Un gharon men kyaa kabhee maatam naheen hote

Pyaar sab miltaa jinhen ranjish naheen koyee kabhee
Kyaa kabhee aise dilon men gham naheen hote

Yaad to karte hain unko ham sadaa hee raat din
Khwaab men unke kabhee kyaa ham naheen hote

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زخم کا اندِمال ہوتے ہوئے​
میں نے دیکھا کمال ہوتے ہوئے

Mujhe Yaqeen Hai Ke Wo SHaks Mera Kabhi Nahi Hoga, ,
Par Na JAne Mujhe Apne Yaqeen Par Yaqeen Kyun

Dard se mere hai tujh ko beqaraari haaye haaye,
kya hui zaalim teri ghafalat-shiaari haaye haaye.

Mujhe To Aaj Pata Chala Ke Mai Kis Qadar Tanha Hon, ,
Peeche Jab Bhi Morr Kar Dekhon To Mera Saya B

aable paon ke kya tu ne hamare toDe
KHar-e-sahra-e-junun arsh ke tare toDe
zaqan o ruKH mein na

Jo Meri aankhon se Khuwab dekho
To Aik shab bhi na So sako Gay

K Laakh Chaho Na Hans sako gay
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agarche do kinaron ka sangam nhi hota,
magar ek sath chalna b koi kam nhi hata;

wo ankhain ek lu

hai justuju agar is ko idhar bhi aaega
nikal paDa hai to phir mere ghar bhi aaega
tamam umr kaTe

Main Fard Hoon Aam Sa,
Ik Qissa_e_
Natamaam Sa
Na Lehja Bay Misaal Hai,
Na Baat Mein Kamaal

Oh if I were the velvet rose
Upon the red rose vine,
I'd climb to touch his window
And make hi

Main us k Haathon me tha
Tute hue Sheeshe ki trha “Faraz”,

Bari Umeed thi k bikhrne nhi dega

Zameen

Ah Ye Marg-E-Dawam, Ah Ye Razm-E-Hayat

Khatam Bhi Ho Gi Kabhi Kashmakash-E-Kain

Mere jism boseeda mein zara jo jaan baaqi hai,
Kisi ke laut aaney ka koi imkaan baaqi hai,
Woh cha

Kachi devaar hun Thokar na lagana mujhko,
Apni nazaron me Basa kr na girana mujhko

Tumko ankhon

Sing, O goddess, the anger of Achilles son of Peleus, that brought
countless ills upon the Achaeans

Tum mere dard bhi, gham bhi, alaam bhi tum,
Tumn mera chain ho jana, mera araam bhi tum,
Kamyaabi

Hamare ghar ki deewaron pe Nasir,
Udaasi baal khole so rahi hai..

When forty winters shall besiege thy brow,
And dig deep trenches in thy beauty's field,
Thy yout

Saza Ban Jati Hai Guzre Huwe Waqt Ki Yaadein,

Najaane Kyun ChoOr Jaane K Liye Meharban Hote Hein

Doobty doobty kashti ko saahil pe uchaal doon ga,
Mein nahi koi to saahil pe utar jaye ga..

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