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kya sunayain kis haal men ati hai pardes ki eid

kya sunayain kis haal men ati hai pardes ki eid
nikal aate hain aansu jab yad ati hai dess ki eid

rahain woh khush o huram ghar mein apne
jin ke liye hum ko rulaati hai pardes ki eid

aate hain yaad jab woh phool se chehre us lamhe hum ko
kitna tarpati hai pardes ki eid

kis se galley milain kisey kahain ge apna hum
bas yun hi guzar jati hai pardes ki eid

kehte hain har bar bas pardes ki hai ye akhri eid
agley saal phir aa jaati hai pardes ki eid

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High-mindedness, a jealousy for good,
A loving-kindness for the great man's fame,
Dwells here and

Beloved! amid the earnest woes
That crowd around my earthly path-
(Drear path, alas! where grows

Kabhi Aansoo, Kabhi Sajde, Kabhi Haathon Ka Uth Jana,

Muhabbatain Na-Kaam Ho Jayen To RABB Bohat

The other two, slight air and purging fire,
Are both with thee, wherever I abide;
The first my tho

Yun Bicharna Bhi Bohat Asan Na Tha Us Se Magar
Jata Jate Us Ka Wo Mur Kar Dobara Dekhna

I knew I matured
when I realized every situation doesn't need a reaction.
Sometimes you just gotta

In ko Nasir na kabhi ankh se girne dena,
Un ko lagte hain meri ankh mein pyare aansu..

Teri hi yaadon mein main apna naam bhool jata hoon,
Milna tha kis ko, sabhi main kaam bhool jata ho

Qatal-E-Hussain Asal Me Marg-E-Yazeed Hai
Islam Zinda Hota Hai Har Karbala K Bad...

Qareeb Aa K Bohat Door Ho Gya Wo Shakhs,
Na Janey Kon C Dunya Me Kho Gya Wo Shakhs...
Khyal-O-Khuw

I went to see
How the West Was Won
at the Sunshine Theater.
Five years old,
deep in a plush seat

Kaun kehta hay k teri yaad say ghafil hay Saquib
Bister ki har shikan se poch kaisay guzarti hay ra

Mein Tere Lab Pe Hun Daireena Shikayat Ki Tarah
Yaad Rakha Hai TU Ne Mujh Ko Adaawat Ki Tarah
Chaa

Nazar me zulmat badan me thandak jamal kitna ajeeb sa tha..
Main us ki chahat me ghar se nikla To

Shaam se pehle ik diya jalana chahta hoon,
Main aaj apni mohabbat ko aazmana chahta hoon,
Yeh anaa

Main zard beej hun aur sabz hona chahta hun,
meri zameen, teri mitti ka mashwara kya hai ?

Bikha

Jab Se Mili Hain Tujh Se Ye Aankhen Meri

Tab Se Bichar Gai Hain Mujh Se Ye Palkain Meri...

Kuch main bhi thak gayi hoon usey dhoondte dhoondte,
Kuch zindagi ke pass bhi mohlat nahin rahi,
U

Spring rides no horses down the hill,
But comes on foot, a goose-girl still.
And all the loveliest

Tum Ab Tak Munafiq Dilon Me Rahi Ho
Mere Dil Ki Aab-O-Hawa Mukhtalif Hai...

Urdu Poetry

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