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Milkar Juda Huey Tou Na Soya Karenge Hum

Milkar Juda Huey Tou Na Soya Karenge Hum
Ek Doosre Ki Yaad MeiN Roya Karenge Hum
aaNsoo Chalak Chalak Ke Sataayenge Raath Bhar
Moti Palak Palak MeiN Piroyaa Karenge Hum
Jab DooriyoN Ki Yaad DiloN Ko Jalaayegi
JismoN Ko Chaandni MeiN Bhigoya Karenge Hum
Ban Kar Ik Bazm Ka Mauzu-e-Guftugu
Jismon Ko Chaandni Mein Bhigoya Karain Ge Hum
Majbooriyon Ke Zeher Se Karlain Ge Khudkushi
Ye Buzdili Ka Jurm Bhee Goya Karain Ge Hum
Dil Jal Raha Hai Zard Shajar Dekh Dekh Kar
Ab Chaahaton Ke Beej Na Boya Karain Ge Hum
Gar De Gaya Daga HameN Toofan Bhi ‘Qateel’
Sahil Pe KashtiyoN Ko Dooboya Karenge Hum..

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Wo larki PhoOlon jaisi hai
Wo bilkul HoOron jaisi hai

Hai chand Nagar ki Rani wo
Hai jaisay

Rach gayi khushbu mein gul-andaam*, saman brr*,
Tikti nahin nazar ke ussay dekhun nazar bhar,
Woh

کتنی زلفیں کتنے آنچل اڑے چاند کو کیا خبر
کتنا ماتم ہوا

On western plain and eastern hill
Where once my fancy ranged,
The station hands are riding still

As sure as prehistoric fish grew legs
and sauntered off the beaches into forests
working up some i

Tum se ulfat ke taqaaze na nibhaye jatay,
Warna hum ko bhi tamanna thi ke chahe jatay,
Dil ke maro

A cicada shell;
it sang itself
utterly away.


Translated by R.H. Blyth
Matsuo Basho

Chaman mein youn guzari hai hayaat-e-mukhtasir mein ne. . !

Wahin bijli giri jis shaakh per daali

Dry August burned. A harvest hare
Limp on the kitchen table lay,
Its fur blood-blubbered, eye as

CALL me not rebel, though { here at every word
{in what I sing
If I no longer hail thee { King and

Aaj rung hai hey maan rung hai ri
Moray mehboob kay ghar rang hai ri
Sajan milaavra, sajan milaavr

Tujhe kho kar bhi tujhe paauN, jahaaN tak dekhuN

Husn-E-yezdaaN se tujhe husn-E-butaaN tak dekhuN

ek tera gham jis ko rah-e-mo'tabar jaanen
is safar mein hum kis ko apna ham-safar jaanen
jis se

Tera ye ishq jaan hai tehleel kis qadar

Khud ko bhi dhondte hain to tujh ko pukar ke

The erle off Carrik Schyr Edward,
That stoutar wes than a libard
And had na will to be in pes,

So Baar Marna Chaha Us Ki Nigahon Me Doob Kar

Wo Nigaahen Jhuka Leta Hai Magar Mujhe Marne Nahi D

Kisi Ki Aankh Se Sapne Chura Kar Kuch Nahi Milta
Munderon Se Chiraghon Ko Bojha Kar Kuch Nahi Milta

Hum ne sab sher main sanwaare thay,
Hum se jitne sukhan tumhare thay,
Rangg-o-khushhbuu ke husssn-

There is no magic any more,
We meet as other people do,
You work no miracle for me
Nor I for you.

میری زندگی کا قصّہ تمام آپ ہو ابّو
میری زندگی کا دوسرا

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