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Mar Chuka Hai Dil Magar Zinda Hun Main

Mar Chuka Hai Dil Magar Zinda Hun Main
Zehar Jaisi Kuch Dawayein Chaiye’en
Poochti Hain Aap, Aap Achey Toh Hain
Jee Main Acha Hun, Duayein Chaiye’en

Mar Chuka Hai Dil Magar Zinda Hun Main

Mar Chuka Hai Dil Magar Zinda Hun Main
Zehar Jaisi Kuch Dawayein Chaiye’en
Poochti Hain Aap, Aap Achey Toh Hain
Jee Main Acha Hun, Duayein Chaiye’en
مر چکا ہے دل مگر زندہ ہوں میں
زہر جیسی کچھ دوائیں چاہییں
پوچھتی ہیں آپ، آپ اچھے تو ہیں
جی میں اچھا ہوں، دوائیں چاہییں

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YOU say I should not think upon her now:
But then I have stood beside her listening,
And watched

Hadh se barrhe jo ilm to hai jahl dosto,
Sab kuch jo jaante hain woh kuch jaante nahi..

Ajeeb Andhera Hai ishq Teri MEHFIL Me...!!!
Hum Ne DIL Bhi Jalaya To ROSHNI Na Hoi.

Wo mera tha ye batana ajeb lagta hai
Ab us se aankh milana ajeb lagta hai

Jo zindagi mein hamara

Thus did they make their moan throughout the city, while the
Achaeans when they reached the Hellesp

Phir Naya Saal, Nayi Subha, Nayi Umeedein
Aye Khuda Khair Ki Khabron K Ujaly Rakhna...

Bahut Achha Bhi Lagta Hai,
achaanak is tarah dil ka dobarah mubtila hona,
muhabbat aashna hona,

Ajab Mazaq Hai Islam Ki Taqdeer K Sath
Kata Hussain (A.S) Ka Sar Nara-E-Takbeer K Sath...

Be-khuloos logo'n se
Ijtinab karna hay

Mujhy apne rishto'n ka
Ehtisab karna hay

Usay bhool j

Ajab Qissa Suna Hum Ne aaJ SuBah...
Kisi Shaks Ne Zindagi Se Tang Aa Kar Mohabbat Kar Li...!!!

Celery, raw
Develops the jaw,
But celery, stewed,
Is more quietly chewed.
Ogden Nash

I keep on dying again.
Veins collapse, opening like the
Small fists of sleeping
Children.
Memory

Tumhein Jo Mere Gham-e-Dil Se Aa-Gahi Ho Jaaye,
Jigar Main Phool Khilen, Aankh Shabnami Ho Jaaye,

All but blind
In his chambered hole,
Gropes for worms
The four-clawed mole.

All but blind
In

On the unbreathing sides of hills
they play, a specklike girl and boy,
alone, but near a specklike

Thus did they fight about the ship of Protesilaus. Then Patroclus
drew near to Achilles with tears

na jane kis bat ki wo mujh ko saza dayta hai
mere hansti hoye ankhon ko rula dayta hai

hum ko ma

Kisi Se Juda Hona Agar Itna Asan Hota Faraz
Tu Jism Se Roh Ko Lene Kabi Farishte Nahi Aate

a jayen ham nazar jo koi dam bahut hai yan
mohlat basan-e-barq-o-sharar kam bahut hai yan
yak lahz

Poor soul, the centre of my sinful earth,
[……] these rebel powers that thee array,
Why dost th

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