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Sar jhukao ge to pathar devta ho jaye ga

Sar jhukao ge to pathar devta ho jaye ga
Itna mat chaho usse woh bewafa ho jaye ga,
Hum bhi dariyaa hain humen apna hunar maloom hai,
Jiss tarf bhi chall parren ge raasta ho jaye ga,
Kitni sachaayi se mujh se zindagi ne keh diya,
Tu nahin mera to koi doosra ho jaye ga,
Main khuda ka naam le kar pee raha hoon dosto,
Zehar bhi agar is main ho ga davaa ho jaye ga,
Sab usi ke hain, havaa, khushbu, zameen-o-aasmaan,
Main jahaan bhi jaaon ga uss ko pata ho jaye ga..

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Fain would my Muse the flow'ry Treasures sing,
And humble glories of the youthful Spring;
Where op

تَو بدلتا ہے تو بے ساختہ میری آنکھیں
میرے ہاتھوں کی لکی

Gaisuay Tabdar Ko Aur Bhi Tabdar Kar
Hosh-o-Khirad Shakar Kar, Qalb-o-Nazar Shakar Kar

Ishq Bhi

Now the other gods and the armed warriors on the plain slept
soundly, but Jove was wakeful, for he

You say I O.K.ed
LONG DISTANCE?
O.K.ed it when?
My goodness, Central
That was then!

I'm mad a

Season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,
Close bosom-friend of the maturing sun;
Conspiring with h

Hota jo agar ye mumkin to mein tumhen sans bana kar dil mai rakhta...

Tu ruk jaye to mein nhi !

Aap ki yaad aati rahi raat bhar,
Chandni dil dukhaati rahi raat bhar,
Gaah jalti hui gaah bujhti h

Halat-e-haal ke sabab halat-e-haal hi gayi,
Shauq main kuch nahin geya shauq ki zindagi gayi,

Te

Tum Meri Aankh K Taiwar Na Bhula Paoge
An-Kahi Bat Ko Samjhoge To Yad Aunga

Hum Ne Khushiyon Ki

All that I owe the fellows of the grave
And all the dead bequeathed from pale estates
Lies in the

Woh humsafar tha magar us say humnawaayi na thi,
Ke dhoop chaaon ka alam raha judaayi na thi,
Na a

Bharrkaa rahe hain aag lab-e-naghmagar se hum,
Khamosh kya rahen ge zamaane ke ddar se hum,
Kuch a

I waz walking down Wyefront street
When me trousers ran away,
I waz feeling incomplete
But still

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal
kabhi gunah se pehle, to kabhi gunah k bad

Kyun tu acha lagta hai , waqt mila to sochenge

Tujh mein kya kya dekha hai, waqt mila to sochenge

Preshaan Ho K Meri Khaak Akhir Dil Na Ban Jaye

Jo Mushkil Ab Hai Ya Rab Phir Wohi Mushkil Na Ban

Jitni chahat se tujh ko dekha hai
Itni chahat se Kuch nahi dekha

Apni ankhon mai dekh lene do
M

In Worcester, Massachusetts,
I went with Aunt Consuelo
to keep her dentist's appointment
and sat

Lagtaa nahin hai dil meraa ujday dayaar mein
kis ki bani hai aalam-e-naa_paayedaar mein

kah do

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