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Khird K Pas Khabar K Siwa Kuch Aur Nahin

Khird K Pas Khabar K Siwa Kuch Aur Nahin
Tera Ilaj Nazar K Siwa Kuch Aur Nahin

Har Muqam Se Age Muqam Hai Tera
Hayat Zauq-E-Safar K Siwa Kuch Aur Nahin

Rangon Mein Gardish-E-Khun Hai Agar To Kya Hasil
Hayat Soz-E-Jigar K Siwa Kuch Aur Nahin

Urus-E-Lala Munasib Nahin Hai Mujhse Hijab
K Main Nasim-E-Sahar K Siwa Kuch Aur Nahin

Jise Qasad Samajhte Hain Tajran-E-Firang
Wo Shay Mata-E-Hunar K Siwa Kcuh Aur Nahin

Giranbaha Hai To Hifz-E-Khudi Se Hai Warna
Gauhar Mein Ab-E-Gauhar K Siwa Kuch Aur Nahin

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Bohat ajeeb hen yeh bandishen Muhabbat ki Faraz
Na us ne qaid me rakha na hum farar huway...

Kahani main koi raddu badal ker !!

Mera banta nahin tujh se bichhardna !!

Teri soorat jo dilnasheeN ki hai
Aashna shakl har haseeN ki hai

Husn se dil lagaa ke hastii ki

My hands the Hook thunder hangs its hat on,
My breast the Arroyo storms fill with water,
My brow t

Azeeztar woh mujhe rakhta tha ragg-e-jaan se,
Yeh baat sach hai mera baap kam na tha meri maan se,

خاموشی رات کی دیکتھا ہوں اور تجھے سوچتا ہوں
مد ہوش اکثر

The passing spring
Birds mourn,
Fishes weep
With tearful eyes.
Matsuo Basho

Umar Ghhatti Rahi Khabar Na Huwi,
Waqat Ki Baat Waqat Par Na Huwi.

Hijar Ki Shab Bhi Katt Hi J

Love
Is a ripe plum
Growing on a purple tree.
Taste it once
And the spell of its enchantment
Wi

Hum nahin kehte hamari, teri dunya ho jaye,
Itne rangon mein koi rang to apna ho jaye,
Ishq woh

Wafaa Ke Baab Mein iLzaam-e-Aashiqui Na Lia
Ke Teri Baat Ki Aur Tera Naam Bhi Na Lia

Khusha Wo L

In childhood's pride I said to Thee:
'O Thou, who mad'st me of Thy breath,
Speak, Master, and re

Churra Kar Hath Narmi Se,
Yehi Keh Deti Hai Dheery Se.......!

Abhi Tak Gair Mehrim Hoon,
Tum

Ever been kidnapped
by a poet
if i were a poet
i'd kidnap you
put you in my phrases and mete

Tum Jab Aao Gi Khoya Hua Pao Gi Muje

Meri Tanhai Mein Khwabon Ke Siwa Kuch Bi Nahi

Mere Kamre

ABOUT the sheltered garden ground
The trees stand strangely still.
The vale ne'er seemed so deep b

Ghar se yeh soch ke niklaa hoon ke mar jana hai,
Ab koi raah dikhaa de ke kidhar jaana hai,
Jism s

ye log DhunD rahe hain yahan wahan mujh ko
talash karte nahin apne darmiyan mujh ko
main agle pi

A stone I died and rose again a plant;
A plant I died and rose an animal;
I died an animal and was

There is a boat down on the quay come home at last.
The paint's chipped, the sails stained as if
T

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