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hai justuju agar is ko idhar bhi aaega

hai justuju agar is ko idhar bhi aaega
nikal paDa hai to phir mere ghar bhi aaega
tamam umr kaTegi yunhi sarabon mein
wo samne bhi na hoga nazar bhi aaega
jo gham hua hai nae shahar ke makanon mein
wo dekhne ko kabhi ye khanDar bhi aaega
rachi hai mere badan mein tamam din ki thakan
abhi to raat ka lamba safar bhi aaega
zara si der mein har shai chamak uThegi 'nasim'
sahar hui hai to nur-e-sahar bhi aaega

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OUT of the noise of tired people working,
Harried with thoughts of war and lists of dead,
His beau

Meray Allah larai se bachana mujh ko,
Aur sikha day koi banduk chalana mujhko!

Khair se laut k a

Koi chaand sitara hay
Koi phool se pyara hay

Koi khushi ka ishara hay
Koi dil ka sahara hay

Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
Thou art more lovely and more temperate.
Rough winds do sh

Agar bewafaon ki Duniya Alag Hoti..
To Mera yaar waahan ka badshAh Hota..

Qarb K Na Wafa K Hote Hain
Sare Jagray Ana K Hote Hain
Baat Neyat Ki Hai Sirf Warna
Waqt Sare Dua

Hum pr tumhari chaah ka

یا رب یہ جہان گزراں خوب ہے لیکن
کیوں خوار ہیں مردان صفا

Sirf Chehre Ki Udasi Se Bhar Aye Ansoo Faraz,
Dil Ka Alam Tu Abhi Ap Ne Dekha Hi Nahi!!!!

nigahon mein iqrar sare hue hain
hum un ke hue wo hamare hue hain
jin aaankhon mein aansu chakar

Oh, do you hear the argument, far up above the skies?
The voice of old Saint Peter, in expostulatio

Jab khuda ne tujhe banaya hoga,
ek aadha jaam to usne bhi lagaya hoga..

Aise hi nashili nahi ter

Ab Koi Chand Mera Hai Na Sitara Mohsin
Ab Kahan Jaun Ga Me Dard Ka Mara Mohsin

Mujh ko Toofan Me

Sukoot-e-jaan ka matlab batado phir chale jana
Ya phir sargoshian dil ki suna do phir chale jana

Hayaat kya aur Wafaat kya hey ???
Tumhara aana, Tumhara jaana....!!

Dukh fasana nahi k tujh se kahain
Dil bhi mana nahi k tujh se kahain,
Ek tu harf aashna tha magar

Jab mili ankh hosh khho bethe,
Kitne hazir-jawab hain hum log..

Teri khushbuu nahin milti, tera lehja nahin milta,
Humen to sheher main koi tere jaisa nahin milta,

Two loves I have, of comfort and despair,
Which like two spirits do suggest me still:
The better a

ChaaNd sitaaro.n se kyaa puchhuu.N kab din mere phirate hai.n
Wo to bechaare Khud hai.n bhikaarii D

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