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Behtay Huway Dariya Ki Rawaani Ko Samajhta,

Behtay Huway Dariya Ki Rawaani Ko Samajhta,
Lagti Jo Tujhe Piyaas To Paani Ko Samajhta.

Karna Tha Tujhe Ishq To Phir Ishq Se Pehlay,
Behtar Tha Muhabbat K Ma'aani Ko Samajhta.

Duniya Na Kabhi Tootnay Pindaar-e-Muhabbat,
Ay Kaash Tu Khud Meri Kahaani Ko Samajhta.

Hijrat Ka Sabaq Mujh Ko Wohi Dene Laga Hai,
Jo Shakhs Nahi Naqal-Makaani Ko Samajhta.

Rehta Na Kabhi Bhi Wo Mery Khuwaab Se Bahir,
Ek Baar Jo Jazbaat-e-Jawaani Ko Samajhta.

Aata Jo Hunar Mujh Ko Kharidaari Ka, Main Bhi,
Bazaar-e-Zamaana Ki Giraani Ko Samajhta.

Gambhir-e-Masaa'il Mein Shab-o-Roz K,
Fursat Thi Kisay? Raat Ki Raani Ko Samajhta.

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Aj Jis Ko Muj Me Hazaroon Aeyb Nazar Aaty Hain.

Kbi Wohi Kehta Tha
'TUM'Jese B Ho,
Sirf Mere

Ye Jo Ham Hijr Me.N Diivaar-O-Dar Ko Dekhate Hai.N
Kabhii Sabaa Ko Kabhii Naamaabar Ko Dekhate Hai.

Dil tamanna se ddar geya jaanam,
Sara nasha utar geya jaanam..

Payam e Aish o Ishrat Humain Sunata Hai
Hilal e Eid Hamari Hassi Urrata Hai

Faqat Itni Guzarish Thi,
Mujhe Kuch Roshni Dena..
Tumhe Kis Ne Kaha Tha Ye,
Meri Basti Jala De

Sitting under the mistletoe
(Pale-green, fairy mistletoe),
One last candle burning low,
All the s

Ye kya kay sab say bayaan dil ki haalatain karni
'Faraz' tujhko na aain mohabbatain karni

Ye qur

Kafir Ha To Shamsher Pe Karta Ha Bharosa
Momin Ha To Be Tegh Larta Ha Sipahi

kaman na tir na talwar apni hoti hai
magar ye duniya ki har bar apni hoti hai
yahi sikhaya hai h

Meri zindagi tera sath ho,
Meri zindagi teri baat ho,
Jo jhukay nazar tera khawab ho,
Jo uthay na

Dosti aam hai lekin ae dost,
Dost milta hai bari mushkil se..

Khusrau darya prem ka, ulti wa ki dhaar,
Jo utra so doob gaya, jo dooba so paar.

English Trans

'Angels of the love affair, do you know that other,
the dark one, that other me? '

1. ANGEL OF

There were others; their bodies
were a preparation.
I have come to see it as that.

As a steam o

Aur Kuch Bhi Nahi Chahti Mein Apni Is Haseen Zindagi Me ‘Ya Rab’

Dua Hai Ke Kisi Ke Dukh Ki

Kiya Lutf EID Hai Jo Agar Tum Se Door Hoon ,,

Guzre Ga Roz-e-EID Tassawur Main Aap K ..!!

Aa Raha Hai Duaaon Ki Qabooliyat Ka Maheena

Dekhun Ga Tujhe Parwardigaar Se Mang K...

Bahut roya woh hum ko yaad kar ke

Hamaari zindagii barbaad kar ke

PalaT kar phir yahiN aajaye

Bichar K Tujh Se Kisi Tor Dil Behel Na Saka
Nishaniyan Bhi Teri, Mere Pas Kitni Thin...

Sar mera kaam yeh kar aaya tha
Kooy E qatil se guzar aaya tha

Apni hi khoj me sargardaaN hun
Ma

Urdu Poetry

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