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Hum musaafir yunhi masroof-e-safar jaayen ge,

Hum musaafir yunhi masroof-e-safar jaayen ge,
Be-nishaan ho gaye jab sheher to ghar jaayen ge,
Kis qadar hoga yahan mehr -o-wafa ka maatam,
Hum teri yaad se jis roz utar jaayen ge,
Jauhri band kiye jaate hain bazaar-e-sukhan,
Hum kisse bechne almaas-o-gauhar jayen ge,
Nemat-e-zeest ka yeh qarzz chukega kaise,
Laakh ghabraa ke yeh kehte hain rahen mar jaayen ge,
Shayed apna bhi koi bait hudi-khvan ban kar,
Saath jaaye ga mere yaar jidhar jaayen ge,
Faiz aate hain rah-e-ishq main jo sakht maqaam,
Aaney walon se kaho hum to guzar jaayen ge..

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تَو بدلتا ہے تو بے ساختہ میری آنکھیں
میرے ہاتھوں کی لکی

Kion har bar mosam ki tarah badal jate ho,
Har bar hamara dil dukhatay ho,

Yeh bat sun ker hamar

Now leve we intill the Forest
Douglas that sall bot litill rest
Till the countre deliveryt be

Rafta Rafta Waqt Se
Majb0or Hota Gaya,
Boht Pyaar Tha Tuj Se
Aur Tuj Se Hi Main D0or Hota Gaya

'Dear friends, we surely all agree
There's almost nothing worse to see
Than some repulsive little

Har saal ki trah
baraf-bari ka mosam
iss saal bhi aay tha
faraq sirf itna tha
ke pichle bars hum

Nigahon K Tasadum Se Ajab Taqrar Karta Hai
Yaqeen Kamil Nahi Lekin Guman Hai Pyar Karta Hai...

I

I had forgotten how the frogs must sound
After a year of silence, else I think
I should not s

Thoray din DECEMBER hai
Sard sard shamain hain
Or thitharti ratain hain
Bus tumhari yadain hain

Har ek baat pe kehte ho tum ki tu kya hai,
tumhin kaho ki ye andaaz-e-guftgoo kya hai.

Na shole

Safar K Wastey Tayaar Ho To Lene Do,
Wo Lout Aaye Ga Iqraar Ho To Lene Do,

Wafa Ki Sari Kahani

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Aa Gaya Ain Laraai Mein Agar Waqt-e-Namaz
Qibla Ru Ho Ke Zameen Bos Huwi Qoum-e-Hija

Sweet dreams, form a shade
O'er my lovely infant's head!
Sweet dreams of pleasant streams
By happ

Jis Din Kary Ga Yad Meri Mohabbat Ko
Bohat Roye Ga Khud Ko Bewafa Keh K...

Ary Dekho Hum Deewano Ko,
Na Deen K Na Dun¡ya K,,,
Ay Ishq Tu To Sha¡tan Se ßh¡ ßara Shaìt

Chor Diya Hum Ne Hamesha K Liye Us Ki Arzoo Karna

Jis Ko Muhabbat Ki Qadar Na Ho Usy Duaaon Me Ky

THE father's name ye ne'er shall be told

Of my darling unborn life;
"Shame, shame," ye cry, "on

Ibtidaa woh thi ke jeena tha mohabbat main muhaal,
Intehaa yeh hai ke ab marnaa bhi mushkil hai..

بس ختم کرو یہ بازیِ عشق غالب
مقدر کے ہارے کبھی جیتا نہی

Years pass.
Cattle cars in the downtown freightyard
squeal and groan, and sizzling grills
steam t

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