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CHILDREN, ye have not lived,

CHILDREN, ye have not lived, to you it seems
Life is a lovely stalactite of dreams,
Or carnival of careless joys that leap
About your hearts like billows on the deep
In flames of amber and of amethyst.


Children, ye have not lived, ye but exist
Till some resistless hour shall rise and move
Your hearts to wake and hunger after love,
And thirst with passionate longing for the things
That burn your brows with blood-red sufferings.


Till ye have battled with great grief and fears,
And borne the conflict of dream-shattering years,
Wounded with fierce desire and worn with strife,
Children, ye have not lived: for this is life.

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Man kunto maula,
Fa Ali-un maula
Man kunto maula.
Dara dil-e dara dil-e dar-e daani.
Hum tum tan

Nahi Haal Hmara Kuch Tumhary Haal Se Alag,,,

Tum Fursat0n Me Yaad Karty H0
Hamain Tumhari Yaad

Khuda Ko Mana Rahe Hain Log
Khalq-E-Khuda Ka Dil Dukha K...

On the unbreathing sides of hills
they play, a specklike girl and boy,
alone, but near a specklike

Musafir K Rastay Badaltay Rahay
Muqaddar Main Chalna Tha Chaltay Rahay

Muhabbat Adawat Wafa Beru

Maut Barhaq Sahiii Magar Mohsin....

Saans Lainaa Bhii Ek Qayaamat Haiii...

Uthtti rehti hai aik gard mujh main,
Kon phirta hai dar badar mujh main,,

Mujh ko mujh main ja

Muhabt Sy Pesh Aao To Jaan Tak Qurban Kar Dain...!!!

Zid Kro Gy To Hum Aana Parasti Ki Intiha Ra

Naey Charaagh Liye Shaam-e-Be-Kasi Aai,
K Dil Bujha To Sitaaron Me Roshni Aai.

Junoon-E-Shauq

Aye Maan Mujhe Neend Nahi Aati……
Mujhe Apni Aaghosh De Do
Mere Maathe Par Lab Mohabbat Rakh

Yahan Sab Log Kehte Hain Meri Aankhon Me Aansoo Hain

Jo Tu Samjhe To Moti Hai, Jo Na Samjhe To Pa

Honton pe mohabbat ke fasaane nahin aate,
Sahil pe samandar ke khazaane nahin aate,
Palken bhi cha

Ashq Aankhon Me Chupaye Hue Thak Jata Hun
Bojh Pani Ka Uthaye Hue Thak Jata Hun

Paun Rakhte Hain

December ki sard ratoon mein
Kuch lamhoon mein kuch Baatoon mein

Koi mere sath tha______________

Mar jaon '''' Shayad "" kuch dinon tak ______
Ek Shakhas jala raha Hai Dil Roz Thora Thora

WHAT is by this stir reveal'd?

Doth the East glad tidings bring?
For my heart's deep wounds are

Mujhe Mohabbat hai apne Hathon ki Sabhi Ungliyon se 'Baasit'
Najaane kis Ungli ko pakar kar Meri Ma

Jis Tarah Khwab Mere Ho Gaye Raiza Raiza

Is Tarah Se Na Kabi Tot Ke Bikhre Koyi

Lo, as a careful huswife runs to catch
One of her feathered creatures broke away,
Sets down her ba

Piyaar mein dhoka kha kar hum badnam ho gaye
Har gali har chok par mere charche aam ho gaye

Ha

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