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Meri Dastaan ka Urooj Tha Teri Naram Palkoon ki Chaon Me,

Meri Dastaan ka Urooj Tha Teri Naram Palkoon ki Chaon Me,
Mere Saath Tha Tujhe Jaagna Teri Aankh KeSe Jhapak Gai,

BhaLa Hum Mily bhi Tu kiya Mily wohi Doriyaan wohi FasLy,
Na kabhi Tumhary QaDaM Barhy Na kabhi Hamari JiJhak Gai,

Tere HaaTh Se Mere Hoont Tak wohi Intizaar ki PiyaS Hai,
Mere NaaM ki Jo Sharab Thi kahin Raste Me ChaLak Gai,

Tujhe BhooL Jany ki Koshishen kabhi Kamiyab Na Ho Saki,
Teri Yaad Shakh-e-GuLaaB Hai jo Hawa Chali Tu Mehek Gai,

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Then let not winter's ragged hand deface
In thee thy summer ere thou be distilled.
Make sweet some

Khaali jaam liye baithe ho,un aankhon ki baat karo,
Raat bahut hai, pyaas bahut hai, Baarsaton ki b

'A soldier of the Union mustered out,'
Is the inscription on an unknown grave
At Newport News, bes

Earth, earth,
riding your merry-go-round
toward extinction,
right to the roots,
thickening th

ZamiiN kaisi lagegi, aasman kaisa lagega
Hamare baad tumko ye jahaaN kaisa lagega

Thake haare hu

Meri ankhon me najane kia parh raha tha
Shaid uss me apna naam parh raha tha
Yee daikh kar uss ka

Sirf Tere Haathon Ko Choomon Teri Bait Chaahoon
So Dar Chhor Ke Teri Ik Haseen Karaamat Chaahon
Th

Pyam Aaye Hain Os Yaar-e-Bewafa K Mujhe,
Jisay Qarar Na Aaya Kahin Bhula K Mujhe,

Judayian Hon

O YOUNG through all thy immemorial years!
Rise, Mother, rise, regenerate from thy gloom,
And, li

Tamanaaon main uljhaaya geya hoon,
Khilone de ke behlaaya geya hoon,
Hoon iss kuuche ke har zaray

Jab Se Tu Amil-E-Farmooda-E-Islaf Nahi
Naam Insaf Ka Baqi Hai Par Insaf Nahi

Zarb-E-Shamsheer, B

Complacencies of the peignoir, and late
Coffee and oranges in a sunny chair,
And the green freedom

Jiss jagah bethna dukh dard hi gaana hum ko,
Aur aata hi nahin koi fasaana hum ko,
Kal har aik zul

Agli barish ka waada tha uss ka..
Koii uss sy kahy k aa jaao
Barish lout ayi hai...!!

Agar manzil juda hai to jane do mujhko faraz
Lout k kab aaoge pochte quuN ho

ALONG the grass sweet airs are blown
Our way this day in Spring.
Of all the songs that we have kno

Udhar Se Chaand Tum Dekho Idhar Se Chaand Hum Dekhen,,,

Nigaheen Youn Takrain K 2 Dilon Ki EiD H

Kya kya hamare khawb they, jane kahan pe kho gaye,
Tum bhi kisi ke sath ho, Hum bhi kisi ke ho gaye

Ab to daaman-e-dil chorr do bekaar umeedo,
Bohat dukh sehh liye mene bohat din jee liya mene..

Dar to mujhe kiska hai k main kuch nahin kahta
par hal ye afshan hai k main kuch nahin kahta
naseh

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