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Qissa Abhi Hijjab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Qissa Abhi Hijjab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,
Mein Aap, Woh, Janab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Muddat Huwi Kitaab-e-Muhabbat Shuru Kiye,
Lekin Mein Pehle Baab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Lambi Musawatein Hain Magar Iss Sawar Ka,
Paaon Abhi Raqaab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Tool-e-Kalam Kay Liye Mein Ne Kiye Sawal,
Woh Mukhtassar Jawab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Rukhsaar Ka Pata Nahi Aankhen To Khob Hain,0
Darshan Abhi Naqaab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

Woh Lazzat-e-Gunaah Se Mehroom Hi Raha,
Jo Khuwahish-e-Sawaab Se Aagay Nahi Barha,

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Likhna To Tha Ke Khush Hon Tere Bagair, ,
Aanso Magar Qalam Se Pehle Hi Gir Gaya, , , , ,

چراغ میلے سے باہر رکھا گیا وہ بھی
ہوا کی طرح سے نامعتبر

Ab ke tajdiid-e-vafaa kaa nahiin imkaaN jaanaaN
yaad kyaa tujh ko dilaayeN teraa paimaaN jaanaaN

Sin of self-love possesseth all mine eye,
And all my soul, and all my every part;
And for this sin

Ab Koi Chaand Mera Hai, Na Sitaara Mohsin,
Ab Kahan Jaon Ga Main Dard Ka Maara Mohsin,

Mujh Ko

Sahil per khare khare humne shaam kardi,
Apna dil or duniya aap k naam kar di,

Ye bhi na socha k

Dhalke Dhalke aansu Dhalke
chhalke chhalke saghar chhalke

dil ke taqaze un ke ishaare
bojhal

Youn Ghalat Bhi Nahi Hotay Chehron K Taasur Lekin,

Log Waisay Bhi Nahi Hotay , Jaisay Nazar Aata

Dil Paak nahi to Paak Ho Sakta Nahi Insaan,

Warna Ibles ko bhi aate The Wusoo Ke Fraiz Bohat...!

Kash teri dunya mujh se mujh tak ho

Aur mai tujhe tera bhi na hone don

she realized
she wasn't one
of life's winners
when she wasn't sure
life to her was some dark

Ye Jo Aansuuoun Mein Gharoor Hai
Ye Mohabbaton Ka Fatoor Hai
Tera Aasmaan Qareeb Tha
Mera Aasmaan

Nam Hai Palkain Teri Ae Moj-e Hawa Raat Ke Saath
Kia Tuje Bi Koi Yad Aata Hai Barsat Ke Sath

Bass ik jijhak hai yehi haal-e-dil sunaane main,
Ke tera zikr bhi aaye ga iss afsaane main..

Mehfil ar’aa they magar phir kam‘numaa ho geya they,
Dekhtey hi dekhtey hum kya se kya ho gaye

Dekh to dil K jaaN se uTh-ta hai
Ye dhuaaN sa kahaaN se uTh-ta hai

Gor kis dil-jale ki hai ye fa

bala-e-jaan mujhe har ek KHush-jamal hua
chhuri jo tez hui pahle main halal hua
girau hua to use

Aik nafrat hee nahi duniya mein dard ka sabab Faraz...
MOHABBAT bhi sakoon walon ko bari takleef de

Aj tak jo bhi hua us ko bhula dena hai,
Aj se tey hai ke dushman ko dua dena hai..

Zendeghi Bee Kis Qadar Majhboor Hay
Ju Tha Pas Dil Kay Ubh Wo Dour Hay
Unhein Jany Qun Khud Par Gh

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