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Es Dil me Salamat ha ab tak Wo Shokhi-e-lab wo hraf-e-wafa,

Es Dil me Salamat ha ab tak
Wo Shokhi-e-lab wo hraf-e-wafa,

Wo naqsh-e-qadam wo aks-e-hina
So bar jisy choma Hum ne,

Es Dil me Salamat ha ab tak,
Wo Gard-e-alm wo Deeda-e-num,

Hum jis me chupa ker rakhty thy,

Tasweer Bikharti Yaadon ki,

Zanjeer pighalty Waadon ki,

Poonji nakam Iradon ki,

Ay teiz Hawa Naraz na ho,

Es Dil me Salamat ha ab tak,
Kuch rezy Naram Sawalon k,
Kuch Dar Anmol khayalon k,

Ek Sacha Roop HaQiqat ka,
Ek JHOOTA Lfz MUHABAT ka.

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Harf lafzoN ki taraf lafz ma’aani ki taraf
Laut aaye sabhi kirdaar kahaani ki taraf

Hosh kho b

I think of you
and I feel the scent of my mother
my mother, the most beautiful of all.

You a

Ab phool yeh wafaon ke chunta nahin koi,
Guldaan udaas they usey takta nahin koi,
Gham baantne ki

Hai Bulandi Se Fallak Bose Nashiman Mera
Abr Kuhsaar Hon Gul Paash Hai Daman Mera
Kabhi Sehraa, Ka

Abhi mehfil mein nazar ate hain naadam chehre
Lau charaghon ki zara aur ghata di jaye..

Mujh sa koi dunya mai nadaan bhii na ho

Karke jo ishq kehta hai nuqsan bhi na ho

وہ دیکھنے مجھے آنا تو چاہتا ہوگا
مگر زمانے کی باتوں سے

Quite carelessly I turned the newsy sheet;
A song I sang, full many a year ago,
Smiled up at me, a

kisi ke haq mein sahi faisla hua to hai
mera nahin wo kisi shaKHs ka hua to hai
yahi bahut hai k

I
First Love

THOUGH nurtured like the sailing moon
In beauty's murderous brood,
She walked awh

Qurbat B Nai Dil Se Utar B Nai Jata
Woh Shakhas Koi Faisla Kr B Nai Jata

Aankhein Hain K Khali N

Mere Naam Ki MehNdi Apne Hath0'n Mein Saja Kar.

Intzaar KaREGi W0h KiSi Gair Ki Baaraat Ka,,

Wo ashk ban k mere chashm-e-tar mein jab aaya.
Sha'or soz-e-muhabbat ka mujh ko tab aaya.

Adho

Har Shakhs Se Ulfat Ka Ikraar Nhi Hota'
Har Chehre Se Dil Ko Kabhi Pyaar Nhi Hota..

Jo Rooh Ko

Seena khoon se bhara hua mera,
Uff yeh bd-mast mai-kada mera,
Na-rasaayi pe naaz hai jis ko,
Haay

Late December: my father and I
are going to New York, to the circus.
He holds me
on his shoulders

Lahoo ronay se darta hoon , juda honay se darta hoon ,
Meri aankhain batati hain k main sonay se da

Yaaro Aur Kahaan Tak Muhabbat Nibhaoun Main,
Do Mujh Ko Bad-Dua K Ussay Bhool Jaoun Main.

Sunt

I have been thinking...
I have been thinking of the difference between water
I have been thinkin

Aansoun ki tarah nazron se geraya usne,
Apni khabar na mili kuch aisa khak mai milaya usne,
ilzaam

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