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Kash banane wale ne mujhe kitab banaya hota.

Kash banane wale ne mujhe kitab banaya hota.
Woh parhty parhty so jati mujhy seenay say lagaya hota,

Main ous k ghum main rota or rota he jata.
Os nay chupky say mujhy senay say lgaya hota.

Os ko dastaan suna suna k thak sa giya.
Kash uss nay b mujhy hal-a-dil sunaya hota.

Main oss ka naam leta or subho sham leta tha.
Hay afsos os ny mujhy 1 bar bolaya hota.

Main oss ki khatr tarapta raha sham o sehar ~Mohsin~
Arman na hota gar os ny 1 anso he bhaya hota.

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It was a long time ago.
I have almost forgotten my dream.
But it was there then,
In front of me,

Tera Jamal Nigahon Mein Ley Ke Utha Hun,
Nikhar Gai Hai Fiza, Tere Perahan Ki Si,

Naseem Tera S

Men Yunhi Shoq Me Kab Tak Use Pukara Krun,,
Wo Mera He Ya Nhi He, Ab Kya Istikhara Krun ??

Kah

Ab Tery Rabty Mein WO ZOOk-E-DOsti Nahi Rahi,

Lagta Hai Tu Ney B Humein ChOr Diya Humari Muskura

Bass ek bar kisi ne gale lagaaya tha,
Phir us ke baad na main tha na mera saya tha,
Gali me log bh

IF Wytheburn's modest House of prayer,
As lowly as the lowliest dwelling,
Had, with its belfry's h

Gardish-e-Waqt Ko Khaatir Me Na Lane Wali

Sheher Me Do Nayi Aankhon Ka Bara Charcha Hai...

in phoolon ka muqadr kabi aik sa ni hota faraz
kabi sehrayki sajawat benta hian tu kabi qabrion ki

they weren't supposed to hear what we are saying.

And reflected on the faded tapestries now;
the

Aye dil-e-beqaraar chup ho ja,
Jaa chuki hai bahaar chup ho ja,
Ab na aayen ge roothne wale,
Deed

Jakar batado unko ab hum nahi rahe
Anso jawab laana chahe khushi ke hon

جا کر بتا دو

Agar Laho Ha Badan Mein Na To Khoof Ha Na Hiraas
Agar Laho Ha Badan Mein To Dil Ha Be Waswaas

Ji

Khaab ke phooloN ki taa’beereiN puraani hogayiN

Khoon Thanda paR gaya aaNkhein puraani hogayiN

Pura Dukh Aur Aadha Chand
Hijr Ki Shab Aur Aesa Chand
Din Main Wehshat Behl Gae Thi
Raat Hoe A

tark-e-wada ki tark-e-KHwab tha wo
kaam sab ho chuka jo karna tha
bhar chuka jam-e-shart-e-wasl

Ye to dil tha dewana ke tum par agaya,
Warna hum sona bhi para uthaya nahi karte,
Ye mana ke tum h

دل مرا سوز نہاں سے بے محابا جل گیا
آتش خاموش کی مانند گو

Take some Picts, Celts and Silures
And let them settle,
Then overrun them with Roman conquerors.

Kabhi Chotay Se Zakham Par Krty Thay Shor Itna...*

Ab DiL Hi DiL Main Har Zakhm Sehnay Lage Hain

The flame of my life burns low
Under the cluttered days,
Like a fire of leaves.
But always a litt

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