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Hum ne Suna tha Sehn-e-Chaman me Kaif k Badal Chaye hain,

Hum ne Suna tha Sehn-e-Chaman me Kaif k Badal Chaye hain,
Hum bhi Gay thy Jee behlany,Ashk Baha kr Aaye hain.
PhoOl khily to Dil Murjhay, Shama Jaly to Jaan Jaly, Ek Tumhara Gham Apna kar Kitny Ghum Apnaye hain.
Ek Sulagti Yaad,Chamakta Dard,Farozan Tanhai, Poch na Us k Sheher se Hum Kya Kya SoGhaten Laaye hain.
Soye huye Jo Dard thy Dil me, Aansu Ban k Beh nikly Raat Sitaron ki ChaoN me Yaad Wo kya kya Aaye hain, ,

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Kitaab-e-zeest ka ek aur baab hatam hua,
Shabaab hatam hua, azaab hatam hua..

WHEN from my cheek I lift my veil,
The roses turn with envy pale,
And from their pierced hearts,

Dear Jack, whilst you thro' Flanders roam,
Can you forget your Friends at Home?
Say, will your Tut

Mana K Hum Galat The Jo Tujhse Muhabbat Kr Bethe

Par Roye Ga Ek Din Tu Bhi Aisi Wafa Ki Talash Me

Well, my daddy left home when I was three,
and he didn't leave much to Ma and me,
just this old gu

Thou art my God, sole object of my love;
Not for the hope of endless joys above;
Nor for the fear

Remember
When we ended
It all
-for a weekend-
& how
We knew?
You took
The tea bowl
That I
B

December ke Kehar ko Deikh ker Dil chahta hai..

Ya ilaahi..! Aisi koi Dhund uski Yaad per bhi ho

Mere Baad AhL_E_DiL Ki Sabhi MehFiL0n Main Jaa Ke....

Meri Shaayeri Larrey Gi, Mere Dil ky Kh00n

ye kya k sab se bayan dil ki halaten karni
'Faraz' tujh ko na ain muhabbaten karani

ye qurb kya

der tak raushni rahi kal raat
main ne oDhi thi chandni kal raat
ek muddat ke baad dhund chhuTTi

Earth, Ocean, Air, belovèd brotherhood!
If our great Mother has imbued my soul
With aught of natu

Kabhi SaJJna Kabhi Kangna Kabhi GuLzaar Lagti H0...
J0 Hansti Tum H0 Bh00Ly SE K0i GuLnaar Lagti H

Tum aao to hum bhi EID karen
Hasrat hai tumhari deed karen

Kuch der to dil ko chain mily
Kuch r

Sabke Dilon Mein Dhadkana Zaruri Nahi Hota Saahab,
Logon Ki Aankhon Me Khatkne Ka Bhi Ek Mazaa Hai.

The Blue-Eyed Giant, the Miniature Woman
and the Honeysuckle

He was a blue-eyed giant,
He lo

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

Before I knocked and flesh let enter,
With liquid hands tapped on the womb,
I who was as shapeless

Aankh se door na ho dil se utar jaye ga
waqt ka kya hai guzarta hai guzar jaye ga


itna maanos

Roz-o-shab yoon na aziyyat mein guzaaray hotay,
Chain aa jaataa agar khail k haaray hotay.

Khu

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