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pila tha chand aur shajar be-libas the

pila tha chand aur shajar be-libas the
tujh se bichhaD ke ganw mein sare udas the
socha to tu magan tha faqat meri zat mein
dekha to kitne log tere aas-pas the
jab hum na mil sake to hamein manna paDa
basti ke log kitne sitara-shanas the
dil is pe mutmain tha ki hum ek ho gae
lekin kai guman meri sochon ke pas the
wo phul ho sitara ho shabnam ho jhil ho
teri kitab-e-husn ke sab iqtibas the
'ashfaq' us ko dekh ke hum se ghazal hui
muddat se warna hum to yunhi mahw-e-yas the

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Agar Kaj Ro Hain Anjum, Asman Tera Hai Ya Mera

Mujhe Fikar-e-Jahan Kyun Ho, Jahan Tera Hai Ya Mer

Band tha darwaaza bhi aur ghar mein bhi tanhaa tha mein,
Tu ne kuch mujh se bola tha ya aap hi bola

Ab to daaman-e-dil chorr do bekaar umeedo,
Bohat dukh sehh liye mene bohat din jee liya mene..

Hayaat kya aur Wafaat kya hey ???
Tumhara aana, Tumhara jaana....!!

Kisi k Chehry ki Khushbu ne kar diya pagal
Phir us k baad sama ka sama hua pagal

jo un se main n

Hum log bhi ajeeb hain sawab
ki khatir mare howe insan ko
kaandha zaroor dete hain magar
zinda in

Apni Manzil Pe Pohanchna Kisi Moa'jzey Se Kam Nahi 'Faraz'
Raah-Guzar Pathar K Hain Aur Hum-Safar S

Bar Bar Aainay Main Khud Ko Dekh Kar...
Q Meri Eklooti Muhabat Ko Nazar Lagatey Ho...

Jo buraayi mere naam se mansoob huyi,
Dosto! kitna bura tha mera acha hona..

Suna tha jashn hoga aur ghar Ghar Roshni hogi..
Nahi malum ye taqreeb kab tak multawi hogi..

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Ab kya sochen kya halaat the kis kaaran yeh zehr piya hai,
Ham ne us ke sheher ko choda aur ankhon

Dil-Jall0n Ki Eid Kesi?? Dard Bhari Hayaat Kya...
Terey Sang Eid Manaa0'n Meri Ye Auqaat Kya...

When I consider every thing that grows
Holds in perfection but a little moment.
That this huge sta

Texas Jack, you are amusin’. By Lord Harry, how I laughed
When I seen yer rig and saddle with its

Is Liye Toot Ke Rooya Hun Mein Aksar ‘Mohsin’,
Kuch To Dil Khool Ke Jeene Ka Qareena Aaye…

Dua To Dil Se Maangi Jati Hai, Zubaan Se Nahi Aye IQBAL,

Qubool To Uski Bhi Hoti Hai, Jis Ki Zuba

apna har andaz aankhon ko tar-o-taza laga
kitne din ke baad mujh ko aaina achchha laga
sara aara

Hum Kon Hain Kia Hain Baa Khuda Yaad Nahi

Apnay Aslaaf Ki Koi Bhi Adda Yaad Nahi..

Duniya Ki M

Cheekhen bhi yahan ghor se sunta nahi Koi

Kin logon mai tum shair sunane nikal aye

Bari Hi Tarteeb Se Mujh Ko Kafir Banaya Gaya
Aadmi Ko Khuda Bana Kar Mere Samny Laya Gaya

Jab Bh

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