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Kashti bhi nahin badli dariyaa bhi nahin badla,

Kashti bhi nahin badli dariyaa bhi nahin badla,
Aur doobne walon ka jazbaa bhi nahin badla,
Tasveer nahin badli sheesha bhi nahin badla,
Nazren bhi salaamat hain chehra bhi nahin badla,
Hai shauq-e-safar aisa ik umar se yaaron ne,
Manzil bhi nahin paayi raasta bhi nahin badla,
Bekaar geya ban main sona mera sadiyon ka,
Iss sheher main to ab tak sikka bhi nahin badla,
Be-samt havaaon ne har lehr se saazish ki,
Khaawbon ke jazeere ka naqsha bhi nahin badla..

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It is autumn; not without
But within me is the cold.
Youth and spring are all about;
It is I that

The rain is raining all around,
It falls on field and tree,
It rains on the umbrellas here,
And o

Mujhse har bar wo apni nazren chura leta hai Faraz
Maine kagaz par bhi bana kar dekheen ankhen uski

Kaisi Naimat Kaisa Inaam Hai Zindagi?
Be Basi Zulmo Sitam Azmaish Ka Naam Hai Zindagi

Izzat Ki K

Five little girls, of Five, Four, Three, Two, One:
Rolling on the hearthrug, full of tricks and fun

Wo B Dil Se Krti Hey Mein B Dil Se Karta hun..!!

Wo Nafrat Mujh Se,,,,
Mein Mohabbat Us Se...

Fir Usi Bewafa Pe Martey Hain

Fir Wahi Zindagi Hamari Hai

mohabbat soz bhii hai saaz bhii hai
Khaamoshii bhii hai aavaaz bhii hai

nasheman ke liye betaab

Tere ishq ki intaha chahta hun
Meri sadgi dekh kya chahta hun
Sitam ho k ho wada-e-behijabi
Koi b

Pucha jo un se chaand nikalta hai kis tarah,
Zulfon ko rukh pe daal ke jhatkaa diya ke yuun..

Rooz ta'arun ki numaish mein faraq parta hay
Chaand pagal hay andhairay mein nikal parta hay

ik

Is qadarr tora hai mujhaay uss ke be-wafaai nay “ghalib”

Abb koi agarr pyar se bhi daikhaay t

hazar jaan se sahab nisar hum bhi hain
tumhaari tir-e-nigah ke shikar hum bhi hain
azal se daKHi

I have worn this day as a fretting, ill-made garment,
Impatient to be rid of it.
And lo, as I drew

Mosam-e-hijr k lamhat koi kiya janay,
Kya guzarti hai meray sath ko kiya janay,

Doriyon me bhi t

Yaadai'n jaag jati hyn
Barisho'n k mausam main

Har ghari satati hyn
Barisho'n k mausam main

Hoti Hai Laakh Ghamon Ki Dawa Neend Bhi Magar,,,

Hote Hain Aise Gham Bhi Jo Sone Nahe Dete,,,

aashiq hun main nafrat hai mere rang ko ru se
paiwand nahin chaak gareban ko rafu se
daman mere

Baadshah Tere Asaab Pe Taari Main Thi,
Wo Bhi Din Thay K Teri RaaJ-kumaari Main Thi.

Ye Bhi Su

Of the dark past
A child is born;
With joy and grief
My heart is torn.

Calm in his cradle
The

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