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Paikar tha wafa ka Muhabat ka Khuda thaA

Paikar tha wafa ka Muhabat ka Khuda tha !
Wo shahks zamany sa sab sa hi juda tha
Chaahat kay hazanay thay har lafz main us kay
Daaman mera us na duaoon sa bhara tha
Mujh ko naheen dekha us na karhee dhoop sa choo kar
Baba mere duniya main mujhe aisa jo mila tha
Fikrain na zamanay ki kabhi pass bhi aeen !
har dard meri hasti sa darta hi raha tha
Jab tak saansoon ka basaira mere baba
Tab tak main ghamoon sa bachta hi raha tha
Us shaam ki hiddat meray dil sa naheen jaati
Jis shaam tera saya meray sar sa utha tha

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KoI RiShta Na HotA To Wo KhaFa KyOn HotA HuM SaY...
Ye Be RuKhi Un Ki MuhaBBat Ka PatA DetI HaI...

Un Pe Zahir Mere Armaan Kis Unwaan HOte,
Main Na Kehta Bhi TO AankhOn Se Numayaan HOte,

KyOun

Teri Aankhon Ke Qaid Khanon Ki Ye Kesi Salakhein Hain..?

Jo Bhi Jata Hai In Mein Phir Talab-e-Rih

My swan, let us fly to that land
Where your Beloved lives forever.

That land has an up-ended wel

I want to have the extremes of your Love
See, how silly am I, wishing for unachievable

I don't c

O friend! hope for Him whilst you live
O friend! hope for Him whilst you live,
know whilst you li

Khushiyo Ki Shaam Or Yaado Ka Ye SamaaN
Apni Palko Pe Hargiz Sitaray Na Laayen Ge
Rakhna Sanbhaal

Tum se kab hum ne mulaqat ka vaada chaha,
Door reh ker tujhe kuch aur bhi zeyada chaha,
Yaad aayi

aankar unko, hai is baat ko jaana humne,
kis kadar palat-te hain yeh khud ko dost kehne wale.

Smokey the Bear heads
into the autumn woods
with a red can of gasoline
and a box of wooden matche

The hours turned to days,
days to weeks,
and weeks to months.
Nothing has changed,
I'm still in

der tak raushni rahi kal raat
main ne oDhi thi chandni kal raat
ek muddat ke baad dhund chhuTTi

Aqqal ggo aastaan se door nahin,
Us ki taqdeer main huzoor nahin,
Dill-e-beena bhi kar khuda se ta

Ankhon Se Meri Isliye Lali Nahi Jati, ,
Yadon Se Koi Raat Jo Khali Nahi Jati, ,
Tu Mangay To Ye Ja

Tanha December ki thandi khanak raat main
Bohhat door jati hai apni nazar

Sitaron k uss par woh

O How may I ever express that secret word?
O how can I say He is not like this, and He is like tha

Stanza (2)

Peer-e-Gardoon Ne Kaha Sun Ke, Kahin Hai Koi!

Bole Sayyaare, Sar-e-Arsh-e-Bareen Ha

Uss ki woh jane usay paas-e-wafa tha ke na tha,
Tum faraz apni taraf se to nibhaate jaate..

Wo lafz dhoond raha tha larazte honton se,
Zaeef baap ne bete se baat kar li hai…

As once the winged energy of delight
carried you over childhood's dark abysses,
now beyond your ow

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