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Kya Kaha? "Bahr-e-Musalman Hai Faqt Wade-e-Hoor
Shikwa Be-Ja Bhi Kare Koi Tau Lazim Hai Shaoor!

And did you say, for Muslims I mere promises dispense?
Unjust laments at least should show some spark of commonsense.


Adal Hai Fatir-e-Hasti Ka Azal Se Dastoor
Muslim Aaeen Huwa Kafir Tau Mile Hoor-o-Qasoor

Eternal is the Law of God and Justice is its name,
Should infidels like Muslims live the meed shall be the same.


Tum Mein Hooron Ka Koi Chahne Wala Hi Nahin
Jalwa-e-Toor Tau Maujood Hai, Moosa Hi Nahin

Not a single one among you is longing for houris
The Effulgence of 'Tur' exists but there is no Moses

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Manfa’at Aik Hai Is Qaum Ki, Nuqsan Bhi Aik
Ek Hi Sab Ka Nabi (S.A.W), Din Bhi, Iman Bhi Aik

Your nation’s weal, your nation’s woe, In common you all share,
Your Prophet (PBUH) and your creed the same, the same Truth you declare;


Harm-e-Paak Bhi, Allah Bhi, Quran Bhi Aik,
Kuch Bari Baat Thi Hote Jo Musalmaan Bhi Aik!

And one your Ka'ba, One your God, and one your great Quran;
Yet, still, divided each from each, Lives every Mussalman.


Firqa Bandi Hai Kahin, Aur Kahin Zaatain Hain
Kya Zamane Mein Panapne Ki Yehi Baatain Hain?

You split yourselves in countless sects, In classes high and low;
Think you the world its gifts will still on such as you bestow?

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Main Agar Tumhe Jo
Sanwar Doon !

Tumhare Roz-o-Shab
ko Nikhaar Doon

Mera Thaam k
EHAD

Bari Ajeeb Hai Nadaan Dil Ki Khawahish YA RAB,

Amal Kuch Bhi Nahi Aur Dil Talabgaar Hai Jannat Ka

When I am dying, let me know
That I loved the blowing snow
Although it stung like whips;
That I l

'Croak, croak, croak,'
Thus the Raven spoke,
Perched on his crooked tree
As hoarse as hoarse coul

hain aur bhi duniya main sukhanwar bahut achche
kehte hain ki ghalib ka hai andaaz i bayan aur

Behind the smooth texture
Of my eyes, way inside me,
A part of me has died:
I move my bloody fin

Main Roz Diya Jalaoun Ga wahan par..!!
Aye IsHQ
Tu mar ke apna Mazaar To Bana

Small light in the sky appearing
suddenly between
two pine boughs, their fine needles

now etche

The leaves are falling, falling as if from far up,
as if orchards were dying high in space.
Each l

I'll keep a little tavern
Below the high hill's crest,
Wherein all grey-eyed people
May set them

Teri Talaash Me Mera Wajood Hi Na Raha,

Tabah Kr Gai Meri Hasti Ko, Arzoo Teri..

Several weeks ago I discovered a photograph of my mother
sitting in the sun, her face flushed as wi

Aik Soraj Tha Ke Taaron Ke Gharane Se Utha
Aankh Heran Hai Kya Shakhs Zamane Se Utha

Zindagi uski jis ki maut pe zamanaa afsos karey, Ghalib;

yuun to har shakhs aata hai iss duniya m

100, 100 Umeed Bandhati Hai Ik Ik Nigha Par
Mujh Ko Nah Esy Payar Se Dekha Kary Koi

Halki C Chah

DaiKh Kaisi Qayamat Si Barpa Hui Hai Aashiyanon Pay IQbaL�!
Jo Lahoo Se Tameer Huye Thay, Paani S

Nahi Hai Na-Umeed 'Iqbal' Apni Kasht-e-Wiran Se,

Zara Num Ho To, Ye Mitti Bohat Zarkhaiz Hai Saqi

Aata Hii Nahii usS NadaAn k BeghAir jeEna..!

Aey kAsh usS shaks Ne MarNa B sikha DiYa Hota..!

And one of the elders of the city said, "Speak to us of Good and Evil."

And he answered:

Of

Bechain bohat phirna ghabraye huye rehna,
Ik aag si jazbon ki dehkaaye huye rehna,
Chalkaaye huye

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