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Mine eye and heart are at a mortal war

Mine eye and heart are at a mortal war
How to divide the conquest of thy sight;
Mine eye my heart thy picture's sight would bar,
My heart mine eye the freedom of that right,
My heart doth plead that thou in him dost lie—
A closet never pierced with crystal eyes—
But the defendant doth that plea deny,
And says in him thy fair appearance lies.
To 'cide this title is impanellèd
A quest of thoughts, all tenants to the heart,
And by their verdict is determinèd
The clear eye's moiety, and the dear heart's part.
As thus, mine eye's due is thy outward part,
And my heart's right thy inward love of heart.
William Shakespeare

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Zendeghi Bee Kis Qadar Majhboor Hay
Ju Tha Pas Dil Kay Ubh Wo Dour Hay
Unhein Jany Qun Khud Par Gh

Kuch Mar Sa Gaya Hai Andar Mere
Ab Mera Dil Hasratain Nahi Karta...

Aadam ka jism jab ke anaasir se mil bana,
Kuch aag bach rahi thi so aashiq ka dil bana..

Logon ko , Rishton ko
Logon ko , Rishton ko, Ehsaas ko

Aur Hum ko …

Sab ko Waqat badal deta

Wo mohabat ki adhuri kitaab lagta hy"
Utry na jis ka khumaar wo sharaab lagta hy"

Wo muj se mu

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

Rone se jo bhaRraas thi dil ki nikal gayi,
Ansuu bahaye chaar tabiyat sambhal gayi,
Main ne taras

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

Wafa ka naam suna tha puranay logon se.,

Hamaray waqt mein Yeh Hadsa hua hi nahin...!!!

Sans Lete Hue Bhi Darta Hun
Ye Na Samjhen Ki Aah Karta Hun

Main To Angrezon Hi Se Darta Hun
She

Hum To Jese Yahan K The Hi Nahi

Dhoop The Sayaabaan K The Hi Nahi

Saary Raaste Kaarvan K Sath

Itne Ghane Badal Ke Peche
Kitna Tanha Ho Ga Chand

Mere Aesaab Mein Ik Jo Fariyad Thi, Woh Teri Yaad Thi,
Aur Wehm-o-gumaan Jo Abaad Thi, Woh Teri Yaa

Hansi Aati Hai Mujhe Hasrate Insaan Par
Gunah Karta Hai Khud Aur Lanat Bhejta Hai Saitan Par

chand nikle kisi jaanib teri zebai ka
rang badle kisi surat shab-e-tanhai ka
daulat-e-lab se phi

Bohat Udaad Hai Koi Shakhs Tere janey Se
Ho Saky To Laut Aa Kisi Bahany Se
Tu Laakh Khafa Sahi,

Bohat hi yaad aata hai mere Dil ko tarpaata hai
woh tera paas na hona bohat mujh ko rulaata hai

Is cut close, blades and bones,
And the stench of sewers is everywhere,
Blood-sloshed floors,
And

Hoti hai tere naam se wehshat kabhi kabhi,
Barham huyi hai yuun bhi tabiyat kabhi kabhi..

Broken is a star tonight
as tears rolled on to my cheeks
they whispered in my ears
let us take yo

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