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kisi ke haq mein sahi faisla hua to hai

kisi ke haq mein sahi faisla hua to hai
mera nahin wo kisi shaKHs ka hua to hai
yahi bahut hai ki us ne mujhe bhi miss to kiya
ye lams mujh mein abhi tak racha hua to hai
use main khul ke kabhi yaad kar to sakta hun
mujhe KHushi hai wo mujh se juda hua to hai
sukut-e-shab hi sahi mera ham-safar lekin
mere siwa bhi koi jagta hua to hai
ghuTan ki baDhti chali ja rahi hai andar ki
tamam KHush hain ki mausam khula hua to hai
ye aur baat ki main zinda rah gaya hun 'nasim'
har ek sitam meri jaan par rawa hua to hai

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Love, if I weep it will not matter,
And if you laugh I shall not care;
Foolish am I to think about

aae kuchh abr kuchh sharab aae
is ke baad aae jo azab aae
baam-e-mina se mahtab utre
dast-e-sa

Bichar K Tujh Se Kisi Tor Dil Behel Na Saka
Nishaniyan Bhi Teri, Mere Pas Kitni Thin...

Us Ki Nazroon Ka KamaL Na POuch
Ab Jo Hua Hai Mera HaaL Na Pouch,

Ho Gai Us K Saamney Zuban Ba

Kisi ke jaur O sitam yaad bhi nahi karta
Ajeeb shahr hai fariyaad bhi nahi karta

Koi to hai jo

Tabeer Se Mehroom Mere Khawab Bohat Hain

Choti Si Kahani Hai Magar Baab Bohat Hain

Har Morr Pe

Iss par bhi daikha, uss par bhi daikha
Mohabbat kahen bhi nahin, dunia ko azma k bhi daikha
Karte

Shayari ka baadshah hon qalam meri rani

Alfaz mere ghulam baqi ALLAH ki meherbani

Sunoo.....
'''Hum toot jayen gay'''
'''Ke Doori seh na payen gay'''
'''Judai maar dalegi'''
Suno

Clouds float by on a summer sky
I hop scotch over to you
Rainbows arch from ground to gold
I cl

Mere Haathon Ki Lakeeron Mein Ye Aaib Chupa Hai 'Mohsin'

Mein Jis Shaks Ko Chu Loon, Wo Mera Nahi

Ae dost Meri chahaton pr Aitraz na krna,
Rahay sath humara bus ye hi dua krna

Hum dain ge Tumara

Main Titliyon Ko Sula Dunga Zara Tum Rat Hone Do
Main Jugnuon Ko Jaga Dunga Zara Tum Rat Hone Do

I cried over beautiful things knowing no beautiful thing lasts.

The field of cornflower yellow i

All through eternity
Beauty unveils His exquisite form
in the solitude of nothingness;
He holds a

gai guzri kahani lag rahi hai
mujhe har shai purani lag rahi hai
wo kahta hai ki fani hai ye dun

Kaise bhulda doon us ko main
Mout insanon ko aati hai yadon ko nahin

Ye na thi humari qismat ki wisaal-e-yaar hota,
agar aur jeete rahte yehi intezaar hota.

Tere waa

aarzu dil mein banae hue ghar hai bhi to kya
us se kuchh kaam bhi nikle ye agar hai bhi to kya
n

hamein KHabar thi bachane ka us mein yara nahin
so hum bhi Dub gae aur use pukara nahin
KHud aaf

Urdu Poetry

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