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Maqrooz ke bigrre huye halaat ki maanind,

Maqrooz ke bigrre huye halaat ki maanind,
Majboor ke honton pe sawalaat ki manind,
Dil ka teri chahat mein ajab haal hua hai,
Sailaab se barbaad makanaat ki manind..

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Sun salved, we sit on the front porch, careful
when we speak, watching the crows swagger near
the

A BOAT beneath a sunny sky,
Lingering onward dreamily
In an evening of July --
Children three tha

Itnay Bhi Nadaan Nahi Hain Hum

Hum ko Parhna Ataa Hai




Konsa Lehja Dil ki Dunya

Kons

She came home running
back to the mothering blackness
deep in the smothering blackness
white tea

Ya Rab! Dil-e-Muslim Ko Woh Zinda Tamana De
Jo Qalb Ko Garma De, Jo Rooh Ko Tarpa De

Phir Wadi-e

We climbed Yoyang Tower with
all the scene around coming
into vision; looking up the
Great River

بلبل کے کاروبار پھ ھیں خندہ ھائے گل
کھتے ھیں جس کو عشق خ

Saamne Us K Badal Jaate Hain...

Lafz Hain Saare Munafiq Mere...

Gone are my people, but I exist yet,
Lamenting them in my solitude...
Dead are my friends, and in

Apne Lehjay Par Ghor Karke Bata. .
Lafz Kitne Hain? Or Teer Kitne. . . . ?

And an orator said, "Speak to us of Freedom."

And he answered:

At the city gate and by your

Raat aayi hai balaaon se rihaayi de gi,
Ab na deewaar na zanjeer dikhaayi de gi,
Yeh dhundhlaka sa

Jab Milnay Lga Us ki Mohabat Mein Sakoon,

Phir Yun Hua Wo Mera Sath Chor Gaya,

Abi Bohat Baqi

Sirf Chehre Ki Udasi Se Bhar Aye Ansoo Faraz,
Dil Ka Alam Tu Abhi Ap Ne Dekha Hi Nahi!!!!

Suna Hai Hikmat Ka Badshah Tha
Luqman

Phir IshQ Ko Us Ney Laa_ilaaj Q Likha",??

koi aisa pyar ka bazaar hota
jis main nilaam wo sar-e-bazar hota
hum usy khareedty sab juch beech

Kesy Mohabbat karon, boht Ghareeb Hun,

Log Bikty Hain main khareed nahi paata…

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

Abhi Tak Gair Mehrim Hoon,
Tum

St. Botolph's Town! Hither across the plains
And fens of Lincolnshire, in garb austere,
There came

Hai Mere Dast-e-Tasarruf Mein Jahan-e-Rang O Bu
Kya Zameen, Kya Mehar O Mah, Kya Asaman-e-Tu Ba Tu

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