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Bhulaa bhi de usay jo baat ho gayi pyare,

Bhulaa bhi de usay jo baat ho gayi pyare,
Naye charaagh jalaa, raat ho gayi pyare,
Teri nigah-e-pasheman ko kaise dekhoon ga,
Kabhi jo tujh se mulaqat ho gayi pyare,
Na teri yaad, na duniya ka gham, na apna khayal,
Ajeeb surat-e-halaat ho gayi pyare,
Udaas udaas hain shamen, bujhe bujhe saaghar,
Yeh kesi sham-e-kharabaat ho gayi pyare,
Wafa ka naam na le ga koi zamane main,
Hum ehl-e-dil ko agar maat ho gayi pyare,
Tumhen to naaz bohat doston pe tha jalib,
Allag-thalagg se ho kya baat ho gayi pyare..

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Dil mein hum aik hi jazbe ko samoyen kese,
Ab tujhe paa ke yeh uljhan hai ke khoyen kese,
Zehen ch

Dard ki dil pe hukomat thi kahan that us waqt
jab muje teri zaroora thi kahan tha us waqt
Mout ke

Just because my eyes do not show tears,
doesn't mean my heart doesn't cry n i don't get hurt.

Ju

Hansi Aati Hai Mujhe Hasrate Insaan Par
Gunah Karta Hai Khud Aur Lanat Bhejta Hai Saitan Par

Hai Arzoo Aik Raat Tum Ao Mere Khawab Me

Bas Dua Hai Us Raat Ki Kabhi Subha Na Ho...

Little maidens, when you look
On this little story-book,
Reading with attentive eye
Its entici

Dilon Se Khelne Ka Hunar Hamein Nahi Aata,
Isliye Ishq Ki Baazi Hum Haar Gaye,

Meri Zindagi Se S

Mann Ki Duniya Mein Na Paya Mein Ne Afrangi Ka Raaj

Man Ki Duniya Mein Na Dekhe, Mein Ne Sheikh-O

Tum B AjeeB Ho..

Andheri raat me shamma jalana bhool jaty ho!
Hamari yaad aati hy btana bhool

Kya kya hamare khawb they, jane kahan pe kho gaye,
Tum bhi kisi ke sath ho, Hum bhi kisi ke ho gaye

Ehsaan aesa talkhh jawab-e-wafa milaa,
Hum is ke baad phir koi armaan na kar sake..

Since Milo rallies sacred Writ,
To win the Title of a Wit;
'Tis pity but he shou'd obtain it,
Who

Marney Se Bhi Pehle Mar Gaye They
Jeeney Se Kuch Aese Dar Gaye They

Rastey Mein Jahan Talak Diye

Badle To Nahin Hain Woh Dil-O-Jaan Ke Qarinay
Aankhon Ki Jalan, Dil Ki Chubhan Ab Bhi Wohi Hai

Teri Zulfon Ke Bikharnay Ka Sabab Hai Koi
Aankh Kehti Hai Tere Dil Mein Talab Hai Koi
Aanch Aati H

خیال و خواب ہوا برگ و بار کا موسم
بچھڑ گیا تری صورت بہا

Chalo Bataon Tumhen Ek Nishani Udaas Logon Ki,,
.
Kabhi Ghor Karna, Ye Hanstey Bohat Hain..

Bulbul Kay Karobar Pay Hain Khanda Haye Gul
Kehte Hain Jis Ko Ishq Khalal Hai Dimag Ka

Barff aisi ke pighalti nahin paani ban kar,
Pyaas aisi ke bujhaatey huye thak jaata hoon,
Achi lag

You see this dog. It was but yesterday
I mused, forgetful of his presence here,
Till thought on th

Urdu Poetry

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