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ghum-phir kar isi kuche ki taraf aaenge

ghum-phir kar isi kuche ki taraf aaenge
dil se nikle bhi agar hum to kahan jaenge
hum ko malum tha ye waqt bhi aa jaega
han magar ye nahin socha tha ki pachhtaenge
ye bhi tai hai ki jo boenge wo kaTenge yahan
aur ye bhi ki jo khoenge wahi paenge
kabhi fursat se milo to tumhein tafsil ke sath
imtiyaz-e-hawas-o-ishq bhi samjhaenge
kah chuke hum hamein itna hi faqat kahna tha
aap farmaiye kuchh aap bhi farmaenge
ek din KHud ko nazar aaenge hum bhi 'ajmal'
ek din apni hi aawaz se Takraenge

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Kuch Nahi To Yehi Be-Naam Sa Bandhan Hota

Kaash Me Tere Haseen Hath Ka Kangan Hota...

Brave Menelaus son of Atreus now came to know that Patroclus had
fallen, and made his way through t

Jin K Yaar Bichrray Hoon Un Ka Sukoon Say Kiya Talluq..
Un Ki Aankhoon Mein Neend Nahi Sirf Aansu

Chor To Diya Mujhe Par Kabhi Ye Socha Tum Ne,
Ab Kabhi Jhoot Bola To Qasmein Kis Ki Khao Gi...??

Kaho To Laut Jate Hain

Abhi To Baat Lamhon Tak He, Salon Tak Nahi Aai
Abhi Muskanon Ki Nobat Bhi

As a decrepit father takes delight
To see his active child do deeds of youth,
So I, made lame by F

Kiss Qadar Masoom Sa Lehja Tha Un Ka "FARAZ"
Dheere Sey Jaan Keh Kar Humein Bejaan Kar Gaya

Laga na dil ko kya sunaa nahin tu ne,
Jo kuch ke Meer ka is aashqui ne haal kiya..

aaKHir-e-kar chale tir ki raftar qadam
ghair manzil na paDe rah mein zinhaar qadam
uTh gae wasl

Duniya ki taraf laut ke aanay ke nahin hum,
Sach baat yeh hai tere zamaane ke nahin hum,
Awaaz miz

THE sun appears! A glorious sight!

The crescent-moon clings round him now.
What could this wondr

جنہیں ارتفاع ء فلک تو نے سمجھا
نہیں ھیں سوا جلتے بجھتے

Wajood pathar ka ho to sheesho se mohabbat nhi krte
Ehsas-e-chahat na mile to pathar b toot jaya k

Tu Kya Jaane Hamare Pyar Ki Gehrayi Ko, , ,
Hum Sath Hote Hain To Wafa Karte Hain Or Jab Door Hote

bataen kya ki kahan par makan hote the
wahan nahin hain jahan par makan hote the
suna gaya hai y

Khuwab jhoote kisi ko dikhaya nahi karte,
Mere dost! Yun kisi ko satya nahi karte,
Ek baar yun kis

Laakh Masmaar Kiye Jaen Zamane Wale
Aa Hi Jatey Hein Naya Shehar Basane Wale,

Iski Zad Par Wo

Agar Kaj Ro Hain Anjum, Asman Tera Hai Ya Mera

Mujhe Fikar-e-Jahan Kyun Ho, Jahan Tera Hai Ya Mer

LORD, we thank, and thee adore,
For temporal gifts we little merit;
At present we will ask no more

safar ke baad bhi zauq-e-safar na rah jae
KHayal o KHwab mein ab ke bhi ghar na rah jae

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