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KHar-o-KHas to uThen rasta to chale

KHar-o-KHas to uThen rasta to chale
main agar thak gaya qafila to chale
chand suraj buzurgon ke naqsh-e-qadam
KHair bujhne do un ko hawa to chale
hakim-e-shahr ye bhi koi shahr hai
masjiden band hain mai-kada to chale
us ko mazhab kaho ya siyasat kaho
KHud-kushi ka hunar tum sikha to chale
itni lashen main kaise uTha paunga
aap inTon ki hurmat bacha to chale
belche lao kholo zamin ki tahen
main kahan dafn hun kuchh pata to chale

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Ye Baaten Jhuutii Baaten Hain, Ye Logon Ne Phailaa’ii Hain
Tum Insha Jii Kaa Naam Na Lo, Kyaa Ins

Crisply the bright snow whispered,
Crunching beneath our feet;
Behind us as we walked along the

A mermaid found a swimming lad,
Picked him for her own,
Pressed her body to his body,
Laughed; an

JiS NE PaGaL MuJE BaNaNa Ho..!!

BuS Wo BaaTEin TEri SuNaata Hai....!!

hawas bala ki mohabbat hamein bala ki hai
kabhi buton ki KHushamad kabhi KHuda ki hai
kisi ko ch

Baaton baton mein bicharnay ka ishara ker k
Khud bhi roya woh bohut hum say kinara ker k

Sochta

Duaaen Karta Tha Ujjre Hue Mazaaron Pe

Bare Ajeeb Sahaare Talaash Karta Tha

Bhulaaye Kon Aziyy

Jaanay Kaisay Sambhaal Kar Rakhay
Sab Iraaday Sambhaal Kar Rakhay
Kuch Naye Rang Hain Mohabbat Ke

Do not go to the garden of flowers!
Do not go to the garden of flowers!
O Friend! go not there;

Mr Ifonly sat down and he sighed,
I could have done more if only I had tried
If only I had followe

Muhabbt Ki Tamna Hai To Phir Wo Vasf Peda Kr
Jahan Sy Ishq Chalta Hai Wahan Tk Naaam Peda Kr

Ag

hamare jism agar raushni mein Dhal jaen
tasawwuraat-e-zaman-o-makan badal jaen
hamare bich hamei

Farewell!--God knows when we shall meet again.
I have a faint cold fear thrills through my veins
T

Rat gehri hai dar bhi saktey hain
Hum jo kehtey hain kar bhi saktey hain

Aap jo roothey to itna

Subaq Raftaar Lamhoon Ki Hadain Tarteeb Deta Hoon,
Sehar Ki Saans Ginta Hoon Shabain Tarteeb Deta

Kabhi kabhi mere dil main khayaal ata hai,
Ke zindagi teri zulgon ki narm chaaon main,
Guzarne paa

I worked for a woman,
She wasn't mean--
But she had a twelve-room
House to clean.

Had to get b

Mere deeda-e-tar ko mohabbat ho gayi tumse,
Kisi gehre samandar ko mohabbat ho gayi tumse,
Bhale w

Ab meri baat maane to naa le ishq ka naaam,
Tu ne dukh ae dil-e-nakaam bohat sa paaya..

daulat-e-dard sameTo ki bikharne ko hai
raat ka aaKHiri lamha bhi guzarne ko hai
KHisht-dar-KHis

Urdu Poetry

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