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HaNse To AaNkh Se AaNsu RavaaN Hamare Hue …

HaNse to aaNkh se aaNsu ravaaN hamare hue
K hum pe dost bahut mehrbaaN hamare hue



Bahut se zakhm haiN aise jo unke naam ke haiN
Bahut se qarz sar E dostaaN hamare hue



KahiN to aag lagi hai wajood ke andar
Koi to dukh hai K chehre dhuaaN hamare hue



Garaj baras ke na hum ko dubo sake baadal
To yeh hua K wohi baadbaaN hamare hue



‘Faraz’ manzil E maqsood bhi na thi manzil
K hum ko chhoR ke saathi ravaaN hamare hue

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Zindagi Wohi Thi Jo Teri Mehfil Main Guzar Di, ,
AB To Faqat Jeene Ki Rasam Ada Kar Rahe Hain, , ,

Rog Aise B Gham-E-Yaar Se Lag Jate Hain
:
Dar Se Uthte Hain To Dewaar Se Lag Jate Hain
:
Be-

Faqat ek baat kehna chahta hun
Teri ankhon main rehna chahta hun

Bohat jaag chuka hun tere hijr

Cold on my narrow cot I lie
and in sorrow look
through my window-square of black:

figured in th

Like as to make our appetite more keen
With eager compounds we our palate urge,
As to prevent our

Tum Yaad Bhi Ao To Chup Rehte Hain

K Aankhon Ko Khabar Hui To Baras Jaengi...

Tumhari yaadon ka aik taara sa jhil’milata hai, i miss you,
Udaas raton mein dil akela tumhain bu

Har Zarra-e-Umeed Se Khushbuu Nikal Aaye
Tanhaayi Ke Sehra Mein Agar TU Nikal Aaye
Kaisa Lagay Is

Hisaab e ishq mein thora zayaaN kiya jaye

Kabhi kabhaar use bad-gumaaN kiya jaaye

Koi badan me

نہ پوچھ حال اس انداز اس عتاب کے ساتھ
لبوں پہ جان بھی آج

If The Person U Love Doesn't Love U Back
Just Imagine That U Are The Letter 'E'
In The Word L O V

aise dekha hai ki dekha hi na ho
jaise mujh ko teri parwa hi na ho
baz ghar shahr mein aise dekh

O Rose! who dares to name thee?
No longer roseate now, nor soft, nor sweet;
But pale, and hard, an

I
Go on, high ship, since now, upon the shore,
The snake has left its skin upon the floor.
Key

Amidst the flowers a jug of wine,
I pour alone lacking companionship.
So raising the cup I invit

main KHak ho raha hun yahan KHak-dan mein
wo rang bhar raha hai udhar aasman mein
ye kaun bolta

Gaye Dinon Ka Suraagh Le Kar Kidhar Se Aaya Kidhar Gaya Wo
Ajeeb Manoos Ajnabi Tha, Mujhe To Haira

Kabhi Toota Nahi Mere Dil Se Teri Yaad Ka Rishta,

Guftugu Ho Na Ho Khayal Tera Hi Rehta Hai...

Usey Keh Do Wo Mera Hai Begana Ho Nahi Sakta ,
Bohat Nayab Hai, Us Jaisa Koi Ho Nahi Sakta...

Us

Chandani raat me our bhi shiddat se aaye gi us ki yaad
Behtar hai faraz so jana sham se pehle.

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