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Dar Ho Dil Me To Dawa Keje

Dar Ho Dil Me To Dawa Keje

Dil He Jab Dard Ho To Kya Keje

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Kal hum ne bazm-e-yaar mein kya kya sharab pee,
Sehraa ki tishnagi thi sau daryaa sharaab pee,
Tu

Kon Kehta Hai Nafraton Me Dard Hai Mohsin

Kuch Muhabbatein Bhi Bari Aziyat Naak Hoti Hain...

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

Mohsin Ki Mout Itna Bara Saniha Na Thi

Is Sanihe Pe Baal Tere Raigaan Khule...

Apne Ghumon ki yun numaish na kar,
Apne naseeb ki yun azmaish na kar,
Jo tera hai tere dar par khu

Bheerh Main Ik Ajanabii Kaa Samna Achcha Lagaa
Sab Se Chup Kar Vo Kisii Kaa Dekha Achcha Laga
Surm

Sadma Tou Hai Mujhe Bhi Ke Tujh Se Judaa Hun Mein
Laikin Ye Sochta Hun Ke Ab Tera Kia Hun Mein ?
B

Hamare Darmiyan Aisa Koi Rishta Nahin Tha
Tere Shanon Pe Koi Chat Nahin Thi

Mere Zimme Koi Angan

Witlaf, a king of the Saxons,
Ere yet his last he breathed,
To the merry monks of Croyland
His dr

Zahid sharab peene de masjid mein beth kar,
Yaa woh jagha bata jahan Khuda nahin..
(Mirza Ghalib)

Dillagi dosto ke naam hoti hai
Dilldari dosto ki shaan hoti hai

Kahi bhi raho par rahoge dil me

It little profits that an idle king,
By this still hearth, among these barren crags,
Match'd wit

Umar bhar chaha ke zameen_o_asman humara hota

Kash k khwahishon ka bhi koi kinara hota

yeh soc

Often have I swept the floor, the veranda, the yard
and all the passages of the house.
I do not kn

Us Ki Aankhen Balaa Ki Taajir Hain

Jis Ko Dekhen Khareed Leti Hain...

Nahi Hai Na-Umeed 'Iqbal' Apni Kasht-e-Wiran Se,
Zara Num Ho To, Ye Mitti Bohat Zarkhaiz Hai Saqi..

The courier will depart next day, she's told.
She sews a warrior's gown all night.
Her fingers f

Homage to Kenneth Koch


If I were doing my Laundry I'd wash my dirty Iran
I'd throw in my Unite

dil o nigah pe tari rahe fusun us ka
tumhaara ho ke bhi mumkin hai main rahun us ka
zamin ki KHa

Arise, arise, arise!
There is blood on the earth that denies ye bread;
Be your wounds like eyes
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