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Bujhaa diye hain khud apne hathon mohabton ke diye jala ke,

Bujhaa diye hain khud apne hathon mohabton ke diye jala ke,
Meri wafaa ne ujaarr di hain umeed ki bastiyaan basaa ke,
Tujhe bhulaa denge apne dil se yeh faisla to kiya hai lekin,
Na dil ko maluum hai na hum ko jiyenge kaise tujhe bhula ke,
Kabhi milenge jo raaste mei to muunh phiraa kr palatt parrenge,
Kahin sunen ge jo naam tera to chup rahenge nazar jhuka ke,
Na sochne pr bhi sochti huun ke zindgaani mein kya rahe ga,
Teri tamanna ko dafn kr ke tere khayaalon se duur jaa ke..

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itni Shiddat Sy Bhi Pyar Na Karna kabhi kisi Sy,

Bohat Gehrai Mein janey walay
Aksar Doob jata

Kahin Tum Bhi Na Ban Jana Mazmun Kisi Kitab Ka....!!

Log Bary Shok Se Parhty Hain Qissy Bewafaon

Wo Jo Paband Hai Namazon Ki

Us Ki Aankhon Ne Kar Diya Kafir...

IShQ Hai KhaTaa LeKin,,

Kiya KhaTaa DaR-GuZar Nahin Hoti....???

100, 100 Umeed Bandhati Hai Ik Ik Nigha Par
Mujh Ko Nah Esy Payar Se Dekha Kary Koi

Halki C Chah

Aj Bhe Ati Hain Hawaoon Mai Uski Sansoon Ki MehaK..
Koi To Ha Jo Sirf Mery LiYe Saans Leta Hai..

Kabi Kabar Usay Dekh Lain Kahin Mil Lain
Ye Kab Kaha Tha Ko Wo Khush Badan Hamara Ho

Jinhein bhulaney mein yaro, barey zamaney lagay
Jub dil dukha tou wohi loog yaad aney lagey

go kaThin hai tai karna umr ka safar tanha
lauT kar na dekhunga chal paDa agar tanha
sach hai um

ISHQ wahi hai jo ho ektarfa,
IZHAR e ishq to khwahish ban jaati hai,
HAI agar ishq to aankho mein

Ghar ka rasta bhi milaa tha shayed,
Raah me sang-e-wafaa tha shayed,
Is qadar taiz hawa ke jhonke,

A Letter To My Aunt Discussing The Correct Approach To Modern Poetry


To you, my aunt, who would

Dil Ki Pukar Bhi Tu Na Sun Saka Zalim
Tanha Kiya Is Tarah Ke Bikhar Bhi Nahi Sakta

Jo Din Guzar Gaye Hain Tere Iltafaat Main,
Main In Ko Jorr Loon K Ghata Doon Hayaat Main,

Kuch

Weary with toil, I haste me to my bed,
The dear respose for limbs with travel tirèd;
But then beg

Mohabbton mein har ik Lamha Wisal hoga, Ye teh hua tha

Bichar k bhi ik dusre ka khyal hoga, Ye te

"Mein ne to bohat chaha magar wo mila he nahi ...
Laakh koshish ki magar fasla mita he nahi...
Us

Aj wo Mujay akela chor kr chala gya

Na Kuch kr ska to dil tor kr chala gya

Sun kr sadayen un-S

Us nay kaha kon ho Tum?
Main nay kaha Hasrat Tumari

Us nay kaha Taktey ho kya?
Main nay kaha Su

Clouds bring back to mind her dress, the flowers her face.
Winds of spring caress the rail where s

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