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Phir Kuch Is Dil Ko Beqarari Hai (English Translation)

Once more, my heart a restless rhythm beats

Once more, my bosom fresh wounds seeks



Old wounds begin to run red anew

To lend this spring’s flowers their hue



This heart yearns for that torment once more

That life, long past, calls an encore

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Jab khizan aye gi to laut aye g wo bhi "Faraz"
wo baharon mein zara kam he nikla karta hai

Phryne had talents for mankind,
Open she was, and unconfin'd,
Like some free port of trade:
Merch

Is Dard k Baad Koi Dard Dard NAhi Lagta
Ke Shidat-e-Dard Ki Inteha Hoti hai Mohabbat
Nahi Uththi W

I saw his round mouth's crimson deepen as it fell,
Like a Sun, in his last deep hour;
Watched the

Mosam Bhi Hai Suhana, Barish Bhi Ho Rahi Hai
Bas Ek Kami Hai Jana, Teri Yaad Aa Rahi Hai

Matti K

Ik teri baraabri k liye
..Khud ko kitna giraa chuka hun mein

Subaah hoti hai shaam hoti hai,
Umar yuun hi tamaam hoti hai..

Tu Jo Guzre Ge To Phr Kuch Na Bachy Ga Baaki..

Zindagi Soch Tujhy Kaisy Guzaara Jaye..

Jo Dekhta Hon Wohi Bolne Ka Aadi Hun
Mein Apne Shehr Ka Sab Se Bara Fisadi Hun

Chotha Musheer
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Torh Uss Ka Rumatul Kubra Ke Aewanon Mein Dekh

Aal-e-Ceaser K

shikast kha ke bhi kab hausle hain kam mere
mere kaTe hue hathon mein hain alam mere
panah-gah m

Aaj bhi qaafila-e-ishq ravaan hai ke jo tha,
Wohi meel aur wohi sang-e-nishaan ke jo tha,
Phir ter

Pani Pani Kar Gyi Mujh Ko Qalandar Ki Ye Baat

Tu Jhuka Jab Ghair Ke Agay, Na Mann Tera Na Tann

Dasht-E-Shab Par Dikhai Kia Deingi

Silvatein Roshni Mein Ubhrain Gi

Ghar Ki Deewarein Mere Ja

ai dil wo aashiqi ke fasane kidhar gae
wo umr kya hui wo zamane kidhar gae

viran hain sahn o b

I have been here before,
But when or how I cannot tell:
I know the grass beyond the door,
The swe

hazar jaan se sahab nisar hum bhi hain
tumhaari tir-e-nigah ke shikar hum bhi hain
azal se daKHi

Bat Jab Bhi Bigri Hai Lafzon Par Bigri Hai
Kash K Hum Be-Zabaan Hote...

Hazaron Dukh Paren Sehna Mohabbat Mar Nahi Sakti
Hai Tum Se Bus Yahe Kehna Mohabbat Mar Nahi Sakti

Meri zindgi ka koi sahara nahi hai
Is jahan main koi humara nahi hai

Pakra uska hath to muskura

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