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mai hais e qaom kuch bhe ho ya milat

من حیثء قوم کچھ بھی ہو، سنی ہو یا شعیہ
ملت کے پاسباں کو نہ کچھ اس سے واسطہ

میرا علم بلند ہے یا مرتبہ تیرا
کہیں اس مباحثے میں نہ ہو بندگی قضا

زیتون کا ہو تیل یا سرسوں کا ہو نچوڑ
دیتا ھے روشنی فقط جلتا ہوا دیا

وہ نعرہءحق جسے رکھنا ہے سر بلند
جس کے لیے سجا تھا وہ میدانءکربلا

ملت کے دشمنوں کو ھے یہ دیکھنا مقصود
ھم ساتھ ساتھ ہوں مگر دل ہوں جدا جدا

اقبال کا طریق یا مسلک جناح کا
کیا جان کر کرینگے اگر گھر اجڑ گیا

ایمان و اتحاد اور تنظیم کا سبق
اک بندہ ء درویش سبھی کچھ سکھا گیا

شاخ ء شجر پنپ نہ سکے گی کبھی جسے
مالی نے کسی اور شجر کے سجا دیا

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Yeh dil ka chor ke is ki zaroortain theen bohat
Wagarna tark-e-taluq ki soortain theen bohat

Mil

Be-Dard Zamany Ka Bahana Sa Bana Kar

Hum Toot K Roty Hain Teri Yaad Me Aksar...

Mana Ke Marne Walon Ko Bhula Dete Hain Sabhi
Mujh Zinda Ko Bhool Kar Tum Ne To Riwayat Hi Badal Di

You lose your love for her and then
It is her who is lost,
And then it is both who are lost,
And

Tarash Kar Mere Bazoo Uraan Chor Gaya

Hawa Ke Paas Barhana Kaman Chor Gaya

Rafaqton Ka Meri Us

Jo AaJ Tak Huwa Nahi Wo
Honay Lag Jaaye,
Ye Hawaa Chiraaghon Ka Dukh Sun Kar Na Ronay Lag Jaaye.

Kon kehta hai mohabbat azeem hai??
yeh kis ne keh diya?
K Mohabbat azeem hai
Mohabbat to bas chan

I think of you
and I feel the scent of my mother
my mother, the most beautiful of all.

You a

Ma¡n Intzar Ka Qaa¡l Na Tha Magar Tu Ne,

Laga D¡ya Mujhe D¡waar Se Ghar¡ K¡ Tarah...

Like as the waves make towards the pebbled shore,
So do our minutes hasten to their end;
Each chan

kai aawazon ki aawaz hun main
ghazal ke waste eazaz hun main
kai harfon se mil kar ban raha hun

Tum Nay Zindagi Ka Naam to Suna Hoga , ,

Hum Nay Rakha Hai DiL Mein Essi Naam Say Tumhein!!

itni Shiddat Sy Bhi Pyar Na Karna kabhi kisi Sy,

Bohat Gehrai Mein janey walay
Aksar Doob jata

Zindagi sirf mohabbat nahi,kuch aur bhi hay
zulf-o-rukhsar ki jannat nahi,kuch aur bhi hay

bhool

Fana-e-Ishq Ki Manzil Magar Ta' Binda,
Dard-e-jee Se Hue Kai Danish Mund Paida...

Tasawur us ka hai pur lutaf khwab me bhi
Woh aa ker mere khana ey dil ko sajata hai

Khuli aankhon se saari umar dekha,
Ik aesa khawb jo apna nahi tha,
Tum ne kon si achaayi ki hai,

The greatest gift
I ever had
Came from God;
I call him Dad!

یہ جو زیر عتاب ہیں سارے
حامی انقلا ب ہیں سارے

شہر ہے ج

Wo Jo Haal Tha Wohi Haal Hai, Kahon Kis Tarhan Naya Saal Hai
Wohi Zindagi Ke Wabaal Hai, Kahon Kis

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