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Sin of self-love possesseth all mine eye,

Sin of self-love possesseth all mine eye,
And all my soul, and all my every part;
And for this sin there is no remedy,
It is so grounded inward in my heart.
Methinks no face so gracious is as mine,
No shape so true, no truth of such account;
And for my self mine own worth do define,
As I all other in all worths surmount.
But when my glass shows me myself indeed
Beated and chapped with tanned antiquity,
Mine own self-love quite contrary I read;
Self so self-loving were iniquity.
'Tis thee, myself, that for my self I praise,
Painting my age with beauty of thy days.
William Shakespeare

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نہ تھا کچھ تو خدا تھا، کچھ نہ ہوتا تو خدا ہوتا
ڈبویا مجھ

SWING yo' lady roun' an' roun',
Do de bes' you know;
Mek yo' bow an' p'omenade
Up an' down de flo

Tumhare zehan me janaa !
,
ye kesay aa gai sochain ?
,
K tum ko chhorr dun ga main !
,
Mohbt

Wafaon Se Mukar Jana Hamain Aaya Nahi Ab Tak,

Jo Na Waqif Hon Chahat Se Ham Un Se Zidd Nahi Kart

YOU say I should not think upon her now:
But then I have stood beside her listening,
And watched

Kon jaane, kab kahan, ho jaye deed un ki naseeb...
Is liye Ankhon ko apni, Ba wuzu rakhta hon mein

Usse Kaho Kuch Raaz Hai Mere Seene Mai, ,
Dil Kam Hain Mere Jeene Mai, ,
Mujhe Dhere Dhere Kehne D

کہتے ہو نہ دینگے ہم دل اگر پڑا پایا
دل کہاں کہ گم کیجے ہ

Aye mere hamnasheen chal kaheen aur chal,
is chaman mein ab apna guzara nahin.

baat hoti gulon t

Daastan khatam hone wali hy ..
Tum meri aakhri muhabbat ho..

aankh ne dhoka khaya tha ya saya tha
wo khiDki mein aaya tha ya saya tha
darwaze ke pichhe ek pa

bhool jaon doston ko kaisi bath kerthy ho faraz
kabi din nay aghaz kia hian soraj k baghir

Roshni Meri Wafa Ki Bohat Door Tak JayeGi,,

Shart Ye Hai K Saleeqy Se Jalaao MujhKo....!!

Woh zulm-o-sitam dhaaye aur mujh se wafa mangay,
Jaise koi gul kar ke deepak se ziyaa mangay,
jeen

Hamaray Bas Mein Agar Apne Faislay Hotay
Tou Hum Kubhi Ke Gharon Ko Palat Gaye Hotay
Qareeb Reh Ke

'There's something new in the river,'
The fish said as it swam.
'It's got no scales, no fins and n

Yeh jo saanp-seerrhi ka khail hai,
Abhi saath they dono hum-navaa,
Woh bhi aik pe,
Main bhi aik p

Men Yunhi Shoq Me Kab Tak Use Pukara Krun,,
Wo Mera He Ya Nhi He, Ab Kya Istikhara Krun ??

Kah

Aye dil-e-beqaraar chup ho ja,
Jaa chuki hai bahaar chup ho ja,
Ab na aayen ge roothne wale,
Deed

Mere Qurb Se, Meray Wajood Tak
Ussay Ikhtilaaf To Sada Ka Tha

Meray Gham Se, Mere Junoon Tak

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