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Hasrat to the kay tere aankh ka ansu ban jaoun FAraZ

Hasrat to the kay tere aankh ka ansu ban jaoun FAraZ

Per tu Roye Ye humko GAwara nahe

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Woodsmoke and a distant loudspeaker
Filter into this clear
Air, and blur.

The red tomato's in,

wo daur qarib aa raha hai
jab dad-e-hunar na mil sakegi
us shab ka nuzul ho raha hai
jis shab

Bhar Jayen Ge Jab Zakham To Aaon Ga Dobara...

Mein Haar Gaya Jang Magar Dil Nahi Haara…

We Dont Succeed In Our 1st Love!
Becoz We Lack Certain Qualites.
But
After Achieving Those Qualit

Yeh dil ka chor ke is ki zaroortain theen bohat
Wagarna tark-e-taluq ki soortain theen bohat

Mil

Mot o hayaat aankh macholi ka khail Hai janaan
Ham ager kho gey to aap se dhondha na jayga
Poet

Those pretty wrongs that liberty commits
When I am sometime absent from thy heart,
Thy beauty and

When Hades decided he loved this girl
he built for her a duplicate of earth,
everything the same,

Toota hai meray pyar ka bandhan to kia howa
Barsa hay meri aankh se saawan to kia howa

Yun bhi t

Be-qaraari si be-qaraari hai
Wasl hai aur firaaq taari hai

Jo guzaari na ja saki hum se
Hum ne

Sabhi ache han Ghalib ------
Bas khuda bura waqt na laye

Qurbat bhi nahin dil se utar bhi nahin jata,
Woh shakhss koi faisla kar bhi nahin jata,
Ankhen hai

Barri Pathar Dil Thi Wo TiTli Numa Larrki...

KaL JiS PhoOl Pe BaiThi AaJ MurJhaYa HOa Hy...

Waqt Apni Rawani Se Chalta Raha
Me Tanha Tha Tanha Hi Chalta Raha

Kabhi Hansta Tha Apne Muqaddar

Ch0Ty Sy iSs diL MeiN KiSs KiSs K0 JaGa DoN..

GhaM RaHy DuM RaHy FarYaaD RaHy Ya TErii YaaD RaHy

Chahat bharay wo lafz aur har lafz main dua

Maqrooz kar diya hamein tumharey khaloos ne

Strophe I.
Ye shades, where sacred truth is sought;
Groves, where immortal Sages taught;
Where he

Tujh Pe Khul Jati Meri Rooh Ki Tanhai Bhi

Meri Aankhon Me Kabhi Jhank K Dekha Hota...

Na shaaor mein jawani, na khayal mein rawani
Koi sun ke kya karega meri dukh bhari kahani
Na zawaa

Friend of my many years!
When the great silence falls, at last, on me,
Let me not leave, to pain a

Urdu Poetry

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