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nukta cheen hai ghame dil is ko sunae

نکتہ چيں ہے، غم ِ دل اس کو سنائے نہ بنے
کيا بنے بات، جہاں بات بنائے نہ بنے

ميں بلاتا تو ہوں اس کو مگر اے جذبہ ِ دل
اس پہ بن جائے کچھ ايسي کہ بن آئے نہ بنے

کھيل سمجھا ہے، کہيں چھوڑ نہ دے، بھول نہ جائے
کاش يوں بھي ہو کہ بن ميرے ستائے نہ بنے

غير پھرتا ہے لئے يوں ترے خط کو کہ اگر
کوئي پوچھے کہ يہ کيا ہے تو چھپائے نہ بنے

اس نزاکت کا برا ہو، وہ بھلے ہيں تو کيا!
ہاتھ آويں تو انہيں ہاتھ لگائے نہ بنے

کہہ سکے کون کہ يہ جلوہ گري کس کي ہے
پردہ چھوڑا ہے وہ اس نے کہ اٹھائے نہ بنے

موت کي راہ نہ ديکھوں؟ کہ بن آئے نہ رہے
تم کو چاہوں؟ کہ نہ آؤ تو بلائے نہ بنے

عشق پر زور نہيں، ہے يہ وہ آتش غالب
کہ لگائے نہ لگے اور بجھائے نہ بنے

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Mere Naam Ki MehNdi Apne Hath0'n Mein Saja Kar.

Intzaar KaREGi W0h KiSi Gair Ki Baaraat Ka,,

Huwi EID, Sub Ne Pehnay Turb-o-Khushi K Jaame ,

Na Huwa, K Hum Bhi Badlain Ye Libaas Sogwaaraa'n

Mera Karnama-e-Zindagi Meri Hasraton Ke Siwa Kuch Nahi,

Ye Kiya Nahi, Wo Hua Nahi, Ye Mila Nahi,

Ab na woh shor na woh shor machaane wale,
Khaak se beth gaye khaak urraane wale,
Yeh alag baat muy

Ishq Par Muqadma kar k Kia Milay ga..?
Husan wal0n k0 Pakr0 yehi Fasaad Ki jarr Hain...

Bewafai Pey Teri Jee Hai Fida

Qahar Hota Jo Bawafa Hota

Isay khaloos kaho ya hamari nadaani,
Jo koi hans ke mila us se dosti karli..

Ho Talluq To Rooh Se Ho, ,
Dil To Aksar Bhar Hi Jate Hain, , , , ,

Teri har baat se anjaan bhi ho sakta hai,
Dil-e-wehshi, dil-e-nadaan bhi ho sakta hai,
Hum jahan b

Tis glorious morning everywhere
Save where the alleys lie—
I see the fleecy steam jets bid
“G

Har ek maqaam se aage guzar gaya mah-e-nau,
kamaal kis ko mayasar hua hai be-tag-e-dau.
Nafas ke z

Following are several translations
of the 'Old Pond' poem, which may be
the most famous of all hai

Mein Ne Us Se Poocha Qeemat Kia Hai Mohabbat Ki?
Us Ne Bhi Hans Kar Kaha, Aansu Bhari Aankhein,

On nights like this we used to swim in the quarry,
the boys making up games requiring them to tear

As I slept one night I saw this dream
Which further increased my vexation

I dreamt I was going s

Ye jo shafaaf sa ik aks us jheel mein tha,
Koi chehra tha magar chaand ki tamseel mein tha,

Yaad

Tujh Se Bichra Tou Kidher Jaonga ?
Mein Tou Be-Chaini Se Mar Jaonga

Mein Tou Aisay Nhi Jaany W

Iss karri Dhoop Mein Jaltay Howay Paon Ki Tarah
Tu Kisi Aur Ke Aangan Mein Hai Chaon Ki Tarah

Safar-e-Manzil-e-Shab Yaad Nahi
Loog Rukhsat Huye Kab Yaad Nahi
Awwaleen Qurb Ki Sarshaari Mein
K

chhalak rahi hai mai-e-nab tishnagi ke liye
sanwar rahi hai teri bazm barhami ke liye
nahin nahi

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