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Qadmoon may bhe thakan the ghar bhe qareeb tha

قدموں میں بھی تکان تھی گھر بھی قریب تھا
پر کیا کریں کہ اب کے سفر ہی عجیب تھا

نکلے اگر تو چاند دریچے میں رک بھی جائے
اس شہر بے چراغ میں کس کا نصیب تھا

آندھی نے ان رتوں کو بھی بے کار کر دیا
جن کا کبھی ہما سا پرندہ نصیب تھا

کچھ اپنے آپ سے ہی اسے کشمکش نہ تھی
مجھ میں بھی کوئی شخص اسی کا رقیب تھا

پوچھا کسی نے مول تو حیران رہ گیا
اپنی نگاہ میں کوئی کتنا غریب تھا

مقتل سے آنے والی ہوا کو بھی کب ملا
ایسا کوئی دریچہ کہ جو بے صلیب تھا

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Hijr Ki Raat Bohat Lambi Hai Faraz
Aao Uski Yaad Mein Thak K So Jaein

Consider
a girl who keeps slipping off,
arms limp as old carrots,
into the hypnotist's trance,

Meri Har Nazar Teri Muntazir Teri Har Nazar Kisi Or Ki.
Meri Zindagi teri aarzo
Teri Zindagi Kis

"What's that that hirples at my side?"
The foe that you must fight, my lord.
"That rides as fast a

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

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

Jesus emptied the devils of one man into forty hogs and the hogs took the edge of a high rock and dr

Kabhi tou miley pehli
mulaqat ki terha

bigra hi rehta hy kyun
halaat ki terha

wo ek dost jo

How heavy do I journey on the way,
When what I seek, my weary travel's end,
Doth teach that case a

Don't imitate me;
it's as boring
as the two halves of a melon.


Translated by Robert Hass
Ma

Dil main koi malal bhi nahin,
Us se koi gila nahin, jo sath day k bhi sath nahin,

Us ki khushion

Jab barish hoti hai, Tum yaad aate ho.
Jab kali ghata chaye, Tum yaad ate ho,

Jab bheegte hain t

Badla Hua Hai Aaj Mere Aansuon Ka Rang

Kya Dil K Zakhm Ka Koi Taanka Udharr Gaya...

Hoti Hai Tere Naam Se Wehshat Kabhi Kabhi
Barham Hui Hai Yun Bhi Tabiyat Kabhi Kabhi
Ay Dil Kise N

Aahan ki surkh taal pe ham raqss kar gaye,
Taqdeer teri chaal pe hum raqss kar gaye,
Panchhii bane

Ek Junoon Be-Mani, Ek Yaqeen La-Hasil

Kya Mila Humein Mohsin Uski Arzoo Kar K...

Kal chodhween ki raat thi, shab bhar raha charcha tera,
Kuch ne kaha yeh chaand hai, Kuch ne kaha c

tere khushbuu men base Khat main jalaataa kaise
pyaar men Duube huye Khat main jalaataa kaise
tere

Kash Meri Zindagi Se Koi Is Tarah Bi Waqif Ho

K Main Barish Main Bi Roaun To Wo Mere Ansoo Pehch

All those times I was bored
out of my mind. Holding the log
while he sawed it. Holding
the string

Shiqwa Teri Yadon Se Istrha Kiya Hum Ne
Hanste Hanste Dil Ko Rula Diya Hum Ne

Ek Lamha Diya Tu N

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