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Mohabbat K Safar Mein Jab Wafa Ka Silsla Likha,

Mohabbat K Safar Mein Jab Wafa Ka Silsla Likha,
To Tujh Ko Apni Hasti Ka Akela Aashna Likha,

Zamany Ki Adawat Ne Kaafir Tak Kaha Mujh Ko,
Phir Bhi Meri Chahat Ne Tujhy Sab Se Juda Likha,

Mery Jazbon Ki Taaqat Ko Koi B Samjh Na Paya,
Kisi Ne Ibtada Likha, Kisi Ne Inteha Likha,

Teri Hasti Qayamat Thi Ya Koi Sehar Tha Tujh Mein?
K Khud Taqdeer Ne Tujh Ko Dua Ka Moujaza Likha,

Meri Dharkan Ki Bandish Pe Zamany K Maseeha Ne,
Mohabat Ko Gham Likha, Tujhe UsKi Dawa Likha,

Mujhy Ye Fakhar Hai K Main Tujhy Tehreer Karta Hun,
Isi Khatir Tujhy Pal Pal Apna Hum'Nawa
Likha.

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Mohabbat Cheez Aisi Hai,

Kabhi Hoti Hai Apnon Se,
Kabhi Anjaan Rahoon Sy
Kabhi Gumnaam Rahon

Barson k intazar ka Aanjaam likh Diya,
kagaz py sham kat k Phr sham likh Diya,

bikhri pari thi

Gham-e-Hayat Ka Jhagra Mita Raha Hai Koi
Chale Aao K Duniya Se Ja Raha Hai Koi

Koi Azal Se Keh D

Ham phoolon ki tarha aksar TANHA hi rehtey hain..!

Kabhi khud se toot jatey hain kabhi koi tor j

Bhari mehfil main tujhe dekhte rahe kisi ko shak bi na hua

Tera jatey hue mur mur k dakhna mujhe

rain is
god's sperm falling
in the receptive
woman how else
to spend
a rainy day
other t

Hum Ko JunuN Kya Sikhlate Ho Ham The PareshaaN Tum Se Zeyaada

Chaak Kiye Hain Hamne Azizon Chaar

tujhi ko jo yan jalwa farma na dekha
barabar hai duniya ko dekha na dekha


mera guncha-e-dil

Mere dil me chope hoe raaz mangati hai
Wo pagali ! mujh se meri jaan mangati hai
Rakhtati hai hasa

Oh, dwarfed and wronged, and stained with ill,
Behold! thou art a woman still!
And, by that sacred

Khawb hote hain dekhne ke liye,
In main ja kar raha na karo..

ada se dekh lo jata rahe gila dil ka
bas ek nigah pe Thera hai faisla dil ka
wo zulm karte hain

I have read, in some old, marvellous tale,
Some legend strange and vague,
That a midnight host of

Ankh chup ho to Kuch batayen hum
Howa kya haal tere baad apna

آنکھ چپ ہو تو کچھ ب

Is dard-e-dil ko zamana kya jane,
Ak bewafa ishk ko nibhana kya jaane,
Kabr ke ander hota hain kit

Milnay ki gharz ho to chalay aatay hain apnon ki tarha 'Faraz'
Dil bhar jaye to jawaab dena bhi gaw

The blessed damozel lean'd out
From the gold bar of Heaven;
Her eyes were deeper than the depth
O

FARTHER and farther away, alas! at each moment the vessel

Hastens, as onward it glides, cleaving

Wo Roya To Bohat Par Mujhse Muh Mor Kar Roya

Koi Majboori Hogi Jo Dil Tor Kar Roya

Mere Samny

Zulm Sehna Bhi Tu Zaalim Ki Hmayat Thehra
Khamshi Bhi Tu Hoyi Pusht Pnahi Ki Tarah

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