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Na Cherro Baat Zakhmoo'n Ki Mera To Dil Bhi Ghail Hai..

Na Cherro Baat Zakhmoo'n Ki Mera To Dil Bhi Ghail Hai..
Duaee'n Radd Hain Sub Meri, Asar Saara Hi Zail Hai..

Duaa Hai Aaj Phir MOLA Ussay Tum Buss Mujhe De Do..
Nazar-Andaaz Kar Dena GunahGaar Sail Hai..

Jo Poochay Gar Koi Mera To Itna Buss Bataana Tum..
Dawaa Na Aaj Bhi Sehraoo'n Ki Wuss'at Ka Qail Hai..

Tere Ulfat Ki Shartee'n Bhi Ishaara Hain Judaai Ka..
Tumhaaray Aur Meray Darmiyaa'n Tu Bhi To Hail Hai..

Tumhaara Sehraa Hai Yaa Phir Hai Be-Chaini Mere Dil Ki..
Issi Gum-Naam Raste Pe Mera Dil Ab Bhi Mail Hai..

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Isi Kayal Se Palkon Pe Ruk Gaye Aansu

Teri Nigah Ko Shayad Suboot-E-Gham Na Mile...

Kabhi hum bheegte hain chaahaton ki tez baarish mein,
Kabhi barson nahin milte kisi halki si ranjis

Meri Dharkano ki KITAB mein
Meri Chahaton kay hisaab Main
Woh jo Mehtab sa Shaks thaa
Meri Dharka

Narm-o-Nazuk Halky Phulky Ruwi Jese The Khawab

Phir Aansuon Me Bheeg Kar Bhari Ho Gaye...

khushi ki parchhaiya ka naam ha zindgi ,

Ghamo ki gahhriyo ka naam ha zindgi ,

Ek pyaara sa ya

Tere Ishq Ki Intaha Chahta Hu
Meri Sadgi Daikh Kya Chahti Hu

Sitam Ho K Wa'ada Be Hajabi
Koi

Teri Tishnagi Mein Choor Hain Hum,
Aaj Tak Nahin Kaha Aapse
To Ye Mat Samajhna Maghroor Hain Hum,

Aye Maan Mujhe Neend Nahi Aati……
Mujhe Apni Aaghosh De Do
Mere Maathe Par Lab Mohabbat Rakh

Jis waqt khuda ne tumhain banaya hoga,
ek saroor sa uske dil pe chaya hoga...
pehle socha hoga tuj

Baqadr E paimaana E takhaiyyul, suroor her dil mein hai khudi ka

Agar na ho ye farayb E paiham,

Main aayina tha wo mera khayal rakhti thi.....

main toot'ta tha to wo chun kar sambhal rakhti th

Ye zamane ki WAFAEN mere kaam ki nahi,
Mujhe teri WAFA chahiye kisi aam ki nahi,

Teri to ek musk

(Wasi Shah)
Wo Bohat Rakhta Hai Chahat Ki Namazon Ka Hisab
Wo To Ik Sajda Na Bakhshy Jo Qaza Hu Ja

Ab Tery Rabty Mein WO ZOOk-E-DOsti Nahi Rahi,

Lagta Hai Tu Ney B Humein ChOr Diya Humari Muskura

جنہیں ارتفاع ء فلک تو نے سمجھا
نہیں ھیں سوا جلتے بجھتے

MEN of the North-land! where's the manly spirit
Of the true-hearted and the unshackled gone?
Sons

it came today to visit
and moved into the house
it was smaller than an elephant
but larger than a

Ishq Ki Raah Main Sath Chaly Thay DoNo..

Hum To Barbad Huye Aap Kahan Tak Pohnchy..

Tum Bin Jiya Jaye Kaise, ,
Kaise Jiya Jaye Tum Bin, ,
Sadiyun Se Lambi Hain Ratain, ,
Sadiyun Se

I regret bitterly
The years of loving you in both
Your presence and absence, regret
The law, the

Urdu Poetry

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