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sarfaroshi ki tamana ab hamare dil main hai

sarfaroshi ki tamana ab hamare dil main hai
dekhna hai zor kitna bazu-e-qatil main hai
karta nahi kyon dusara kuch bat-chit
dekhata hun main jise vo chup teri mahfil main hai
ai shahid-e-mulk-o-millat main tere upar nisar
ab teri himat ka charcha gair ki mahfil main hai
vaqt ane de bata denge tujhe ai asman
ham abhi se kya batayen kya hamare dil main hai
khinch kar lai hain sab ko qatl hone ki ummid
ashiqon ka aj jamghat kucha-e-qatil main hai

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Kuch Na Tha Hamaray Pas Un Ko Deny Ke Liye,

Dil Me Mukamal Ho Gaya Tha Tajj Mehal Jin Ke Liye...!

Hasi ke raste pe chala karo,
khushiyo ki mahak liya karo,
pyar se dilon ko chuha karo,
jahan tumh

apni yadein sawarne k liye
tujh ko apna pokarne k liye

kash bachpan k din loat aayein
chend ei

Aansu Baha Baha K Bhi Hote Nahi Hain Kam

Kitni Ameer Hoti Hain Ankhen Ghareeb Ki...

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

viran hain sahn o b

Usko Bhi Yaad Meri Jab Kabhi Aati Ho Gi,
Wo Bhi Tanhai Mein Kuch Ashq Bahati Ho Gi,
Wo Meri Yaad K

Kuch Fitrat Hi Aisi Hui Ki Pyar Se Jeene Ki Surat Na Hui.

Jinhe Chaha Vo Mil Na Ske Jo Mily Un Se

Zamana sakht kam-azaar hai ba-jaan-e-asad,
wagarna hum toh tawaqqo zyada rakhte hain.

Tan-e-ba-b

Badan mein jaise lahu taaziyaanaa hogaya hai

Usay gale se lagaaye zamaanaa hogaya hai

Chamak r

Is hawa me khushbu hai tumhari,
is chand ki roshni me surat hai tumhari.

Is dil sey jo mar kar b

Wo kehti thi k hAr Soorat Tumy Apna bnaon gi,
Nichavar khwab kar dongi Tmhary har Ishare par,

aable paon ke kya tu ne hamare toDe
KHar-e-sahra-e-junun arsh ke tare toDe
zaqan o ruKH mein na

Thou art not so black as my heart,
Nor half so brittle as her heart, thou art ;
What would'st th

be-rukhi kabhi kisi ko jeet nahi sakti
mohabbat sachi ho to chorr jane waley bhi lot aatey hain...!

It is needless to ask of a saint the caste to which he belongs;
For the priest, the warrior. the t

‎--Is Bheegi Shaam K Saye Main-
Chup'ky Se Agr Tum Aa Jao
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Kaash ! Woh Ek Nayaa Dhang
Mere Qatal ka Ejaad Kare...

Mar Jaao'n Main Hichkiyoon Se Woh Iss Q

Luta kar Har Cheez Manzil-e-ISHQ ki Raah
Main.
Main Hans Para Hoon AAj Khud ko Barbad Dekh Kar.

سلیقہ ضبط کا مجھ کو بهی اہل درد سیکهلا دو ،
لبوں پہ انگل

Thine eyes I love, and they, as pitying me,
Knowing thy heart torment me with disdain,
Have put on

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