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Jaana Dil Ka Shehr, Nagar Afsos Ka Hai.

Jaana Dil Ka Shehr, Nagar Afsos Ka Hai.
Tera Mera Sara Safar Afsos Ka Hai.

Kais Chahat Se Zehar-E-Tamana Manga Tha.
Aur Ab Haton Mein Saghar Afsos Ka Hai.

Ek Dhleez Pe Ja Kar Dil Khush Hota Tha.
Ab To Sheher Mein Har Eik Dar Afsos Ka Hai.

Hum Ne ishq Gonah Se Bartar Jana Tha.
Aur Dil Par Phela Pathar Afsos Ka Hai.

Dekho Us Chahat K Perr Ki Shakhon Par.
Phol Udasi Ka Hai Samar Afsos Ka Hai.

Koi Pachtawa Sa Pachtawa Hai FARAZ.
Dukh Ka Nahi Afsos, Magar Afsos Ka Hai.......!

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Darwaza Jo Khola To Nazar Aaye Kharre Woh
Hairat Hai Mujhe Aaj Kidhar Bhool Parre Woh

Bhoola Nah

Dil Mae Uthy Is Drd Ki
Intiha Kbi Na Pochna
Wo Muhabbato K Thy Silsily
Wo Chahtoo Ki Thi Dastan

Hum Fakeer Log Hain Hamen Gharz Se Kya Gharz, 'Mohsin
'
Jahan Thori Muhabbat Milti Hai Unhi K Mure

I love you
like dipping bread into salt and eating
Like waking up at night with high fever
and

Your western heads here cast on money,
You are the two that fade away together,
Partners in the

Suno tum aksar sochte hoge,
hum tumhe yad nahi karte,
tumhe hum bhool jate hain,
magar ye bhool t

آنکھوں میں چبھ گئیں تری یادوں کی کرچیاں
کاندھوں پہ غم ک

Saahil udaas tha k samundar udaas tha
Lagta tha jaise saara manzar udaas tha.

Løuti falak se

Andar Koi Jhaankey To Tukron Mein Miley Ga Dil,
Hansta Huwa Chehra To Zamaney K Liye Hai...

Tera Ghar Aur Mera Jungle Bhegta Hai Sath Sath

Aesi Barsatain Ke Badal Bhegta Hai Sath Sath

Us Ne Narm Kaliun Ko Rond Rond Paaon Se,
Taazgi Bahar0n Ki Cheen Li Adaaon Se.

Paaon Me Khayaa

they clapped when we landed
thinking africa was just an extension
of the black world
they smil

It comes to this: a greyness like no other
under clouds uncanny as the mist.
And down below, the v

haare hue logon ki kahani ki tarah hain
hum log bhi bahte hue pani ki tarah hain
duniya tere hon

A little leaf just in the forest's edge,
All summer long, had listened to the wooing
Of amorous b

Tumhain Maloom b hy, main Tanha reh nhi skta..

Meri aadat badalney tk to mere sath reh jao...!

Honton pe mohabbat ke fasaane nahin aate,
Sahil pe samandar ke khazaane nahin aate,
Palken bhi cha

Tis glorious morning everywhere
Save where the alleys lie—
I see the fleecy steam jets bid
“G

Hum ne mohabaton ke nashe mein aa kar usey khuda bana daala,

Hosh tab aaya jab usne kaha ke khuda

I marvel how Nature could ever find space
For so many strange contrasts in one human face:
There

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