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Hai Azal Se In Gharibon Ke Muqaddar Mein Sujood

Pehla Musheer
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Hai Azal Se In Gharibon Ke Muqaddar Mein Sujood

In Ki Fitrat Ka Taqaza Hai Namaz-e-Be Qayam

Since the dawn of Time have these helpless mortals been ordained to prostration:

Prayer devoid of the posture of standing straight is their nature’s constant urge.

Arzoo Awwal To Paida Ho Nahin Sakti Kahin

Ho Kahin Paida To Mer Jati Hai Ya Rehti Hai Kham

In their heart no desire can in fact take its birth:

But if it does, perchance, it dies or is left unripe.

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Brother, I've seen some
Astonishing sights:
A lion keeping watch
Over pasturing cows;
A mother

Is dil ne teray baad muhabbat bhi nahi�n ki
Had ye k dharakney ki jasaarat bhi nahi�n ki
Tabee

Dil bay-qarar hoaa
tujh say kia piyar hoaa

dil bay-tab hoa
tujh say milnay kia etafaq hoa

hu

nahin malum ye kya kar chuke hain
hum apne dil se dhoka kar chuke hain
zara kar-e-jahan bhi kar

Sar-e-mehfil eman ka soda hote hoe daikha
Insan ko hewan bante hoe daikha
Nahin hai yaad abb hum k

Hath Dia Us Ne Mere Hath Mein,
Main To Wali Ban Gya Ek Raat Mein,

Ishq Karo Gay To Kamao Gay N

It is stuffy in the steerage where the second-classers sleep,
For there's near a hundred for'ard,

Waqt<>Hai phir Na Aaunga,
Teri Aankhon Ko Ab Na Rulaunga,

Jeena Hai To Is Pal Ko Jee Lay,

Teri ulfat k taqazy b ajab andaz k thay,

Iqraar alag, takraar alag, ta'zeem alag,
farmaan alag

I LOVE PAK ARMY

Har Bar Ki Tarha Is Bar Bhi EID Tujh Pe Qurban Kar Jaon Ga,
Main Ye Eid Bhi Teri

Dheeray Se Sarakti Hai Raat Us Ke Aanchal Ki Tarah
Uska Chehra Nazar Aata Hai Jheel Main Kanwal Ki

تو پست فطرت اور خیالِ بسا بلند
اے طفلِ خود معاملہ! قد سے

Paichida Se Marz Se Do Char Ho Gya Hun
Main Apne Hi Sehen Main Shumaar Ho Gya Hun

Rehte Hain Tab

Ata Hai Kon Kon Mere Gham Ko Bantny

Mohsin Tu Meri Mout Ki Afwah Ura K Dekh...

You may talk o' gin and beer
When you're quartered safe out 'ere,
An' you're sent to penny-fights

Us Se Milne Ko Kabhi Hum Jo Machal Jate Hain

To Khayalon Mein Bohat Door Nikal Jate Hain

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Mar Chuka Hai Dil Magar Zinda Hun Main
Zehar Jaisi Kuch Dawayein Chaiye’en
Poochti Hain Aap, Aap

Wo Jin Ki Aankhon Se Chamakte The Wafa K Moti

Yaqeen Mano Qasam Le Lo Wo Aankhein Bewafa Nikli...

Qurb ke na wafaa ke hotay hain,
Jhagrre saare anaa ke hotay hain,
Baat niyat ki hai warna,
Waqt s

Khud Apne Saaye Se Chonk Uttha Ha Ab,

Wo Shakhs Jo Kisi Se Na Darne Walaa Tha,

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