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KHud apne ujale se ojhal raha hai diya jal raha hai

KHud apne ujale se ojhal raha hai diya jal raha hai
nahin jaante kis tarah jal raha hai diya jal raha hai
samundar ki maujon ko chhu kar hawaen palaTne lagi hain
sitara falak par kahin chal raha hai diya jal raha hai
koi faisla to karo raste se guzarti hawao
ye qissa baDi der se Tal raha hai diya jal raha hai
kahin dur tak koi jugnu nahin hai sitare bujhe hain
chamakta hua chand bhi Dhal raha hai diya jal raha hai
koi yaad phir dil mein aa kar basi hai mahak si hui hai
koi KHwab aankhon mein phir pal raha hai diya jal raha hai

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Kon Rota Hai Yahan Raat Ke Sannaton Mein
Mere Jesa Hi Koi Ishq Ka Mara Ho Ga
Kam Mushkil Hai Mgar

Sharminda hon ge, jaaney bhi do imtihaan ko,
Rakhe ga tum ko kon aziz, apni jaan se..

Kitaab Kab Tak Rahe Gi Saada, Kabhi To Aaghaz-E-Baab HoGa,
Jinhun Ne Basti Ujaar Dali, Kabhi To Un

I WAITED for the train unto Versailles.
I hung with bonnes and gamins on the bridge
Watching the g

Now leve we intill the Forest
Douglas that sall bot litill rest
Till the countre deliveryt be

Twenty men crossing a bridge,
Into a village,
Are twenty men crossing twenty bridges,
Into twenty

Jawab-e-Shikwa
THE ANSWER TO THE COMPLAINT
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Dil Se Jo Baat Nikalti Hai, Asar Rakhti H

Khudi Hai Izzat-O-Yaqeen Ka Dastoor Mian
Jo Dekh Lia Kahin Pe Ye Satoor Mian

Hai Ishq Wo Bala K

Be-dili kya yuun hi din guzar jayen ge,
Sirf zinda rahe hum to mar jaayen ge,

Raqss hai rang par

Yaad hai shaadi mein bhi hungama-e-ya-rab mujhe,
subha-e-zaahid hua hai khanda zer-e-lab mujhe.

Kahin tanha na kar dey tujhe munfarid rehne ka shok FARAZ...
jab din dhalay to kisi se haal-e-dil k

Mere yaqiN ko pas-E-purda-E-gumaN kar ke

Tu is nawaah men rahta hai per kahaN kar ke

Nahi hai

صحرا کو بڑا عالم ھے اپنی تنہائی پر غالب
اس نے دیکھا نہں

Khud apne dil mein kharaashein utaarni hongi,
abhi toh jaag ke raaten guzaarni hongi.
Tere liye mu

kal raat khuwab mein ek Mehtaab dekha hai...
mein kya bataon tumhein kaisa khuwab dekha hai.

M

Thou art as tyrannous, so as thou art,
As those whose beauties proudly make them cruel;
For well t

Ab Koi Chaand Mera Hai, Na Sitaara Mohsin,
Ab Kahan Jaon Ga Main Dard Ka Maara Mohsin,

Mujh Ko

Saamne Aa k
Na Betho Yon KHUDAARA

Sabar To Sabar Hai Har Baar
Nahi Hota..!!!

Udhar Se Chaand Tum Dekho Idhar Se Chaand Hum Dekhen,,,

Nigaheen Youn Takrain K 2 Dilon Ki EiD H

Aur faraz chahiyen kitni mohabbten tujh ko,
Maaon ne tere naam pr bachon ka naam rakh diya..

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