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Kash tumhare chere pe

Kash tumhare chere pe chicken-pox ke daag hote,
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chand to tum ho hi,
sitaray bhi saath hote!!

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Yeh Bahein Humein jab
apni Panahon mein bulathi hein,

Humein apni Kasam hum
har Sahara bhool ja

Talab ko ajar na dun, fiqar-e rahguzar na karun,
safar mein ab ke hawaa ko bhi humsafar na karun.

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

Koi dukh na ho koi ghum na ho,
Koi aankh kabhi num na ho,

Koi dil kisi ka tore na,
Koi sath kis

Hum app ki yaad main udas hain,
Bas app say milnay ki ass hay,

Chahay dost kitnay hi kion na hoo

A field of cotton--
as if the moon
had flowered.


Translated by Robert Hass
Matsuo Basho

Apni manzil pe pohanchna bhi kharre rehna bhi,
Kitna mushkil hai barre ho ke barre rehna bhi..

Thou art not so black as my heart,
Nor half so brittle as her heart, thou art ;
What would'st th

safar ke baad bhi zauq-e-safar na rah jae
KHayal o KHwab mein ab ke bhi ghar na rah jae

main s

Muddat guzar gayi ke yeh aalam hai mustaqil,
Koi sabbab nahin hai magar dil udaas hai..

Do ye hear the children weeping, O my brothers,
Ere the sorrow comes with years?
They are leaning

Kese Bhoool gaya wo guzre huwe din
Lagta nahi tha us ka dil mere bin

Dosto se kaha karta tha wo

Iss Mein Kya Shak Hai Ke Muhkam Hai Ye Ibleesi Nizam
Pukhta Tar Iss Se Huwe Khuay Ghulami Mein Aawa

Shab-e-Firaaq Tou Kat?ti Nazar Nahi Aati,
Khayaal-e-Yaar Mein Aao Faraz So Jayein?!

Stanza (9)

Tu Hi Keh De Ke Ukhara Dar-e-Khyber Kis Ne
Sheher Qaiser Ka Jo Tha, Us Ko Kiya Sar Ki

Love is not a profession
genteel or otherwise

sex is not dentistry
the slick filling of aches a

The Mighty Mother, and her son who brings
The Smithfield muses to the ear of kings,
I sing. Say

Bahar bhi ab andar jaisa sannaata hai,
dariya ke us paar bhi gehra sannaata hai.

Shor thame toh

Ham phoolon ki tarha aksar TANHA hi rehtey hain..!

Kabhi khud se toot jatey hain kabhi koi tor j

Muj Ko Khwahish Hi Dhondne Kin A Thi

Muj Mein Khoya Raha Khuda Mera

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