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Wadi-e-Najd Mein Woh Shor-e-Silasil Na Raha
Qais Diwana-e-Nazara Mehmil Na Raha

Upon the dale of Nejd is stilled the clanging of the captive’s chains;
To glimpse the camel-litter, Qais no longer with his madness strains

Hosle Woh Na Rahe, Hum Na Rahe, Dil Na Raha
Ghar Ye Ujhra Hai Ke Tu Ronaq-e-Mehfil Na Raha

The yearnings of the heart are dead, the heart itself is cold; so we;
And desolation fills our house for shines not there the Light of You.

Ae Khush Aan Roz Ke Ayi-o-Bsad Naz Ayi
Be-Hijabana Soo'ay Mehfil-e-Ma Baaz Ayi

O blessed day when You shall come, a thousand graces in Your train
When by unbashful glad feet turn towards our nesting-place again.

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Badahkash Gair Hain Gulshan Mein Lab-e-Joo Baithe
Sunte Hain Jaam Bakaf Naghma-e-Kuku Baithe

Beside the garden fountain now, quaffing wine, strangers sit, alas!
The cuckoo’s note their ear regales and their hands hold the sparkling glass!

Door Hungama-e-Gulzar Se Yak Soo Baithe
Tere Diwane Bhi Hain Muntazir 'Hoo' Baithe

From all this garden’s riot far, Calm in a corner seated too,
Love-longing lunatics await Your frenzy-kindling breath of 'hu'!

Apne Parwanon Ko Phir Zauq-e-Khud Afrozi De
Barq-e-Dairina Ko Farman-e-Jigar Sozi De

The passion for the flame’s embrace—Your moths—ah, let them once more know;
And bid Your ancient lightning strike and set these ash-cold hearts aglow!

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ہو گئی ہے‘ غیر کی شیریں بیانی‘ کارگر
عشق کا‘ اس کو گما

I never turned anyone into a pig.
Some people are pigs; I make them
Look like pigs.

I'm sick of

aankh se duur na ho dil se utar jaayegaa
vaqt kaa kyaa hai guzarataa hai guzar jaayegaa

Gham-e-dil kisi se chupaana parrega,
Gharri do gharri muskuraana parrega,
Yeh aalam-e-hasti yeh da

"Unto Me?" I do not know you—
Where may be your House?

"I am Jesus—Late of Judea—
Now—o

Sunte Hain Ke Har Cheez Mil Jaati Hai Dua Se,

Ek Rooz Tumhein Maang Kar Dekhein Ge Khuda Se...

How can you say
earth should give me joy? Each thing
born is my burden; I cannot succeed
with all

Sing, O goddess, the anger of Achilles son of Peleus, that brought
countless ills upon the Achaeans

Waqia yaad kab raha hoga,
Har kisi ne bhula diya hoga..
Noha har aankh mein rakha hoga,
Khawaab k

Hairton k silsly Soz-e-Nihaan tak aa gaye,
Ham Nazar tak chahty thy tum tu Jaan tak aa gaye.

U

Kon aye ga yahan koi na aaya hoga,
Mera darwaaza hawaaon ne hilaaya hoga,
Dil-e-nadaan na dharrak

MOHABBAT To Barish Hai Jise,
Chone Ki Khwahish
Mein,
Hatheliyan To Geeli Ho Jati Hain,
Mgar

Sehra Ki Tarah Rehte Hoye Thak Gai Aankhen
Dukh Kehta Hai Ab Koi Darya Bi Tu Dekhon
Ye Kya Ke Wo J

Ab woh saudaa nahin deewanon main,
Khaak urrti hai bayabaanon main,
Gham-e-dauraan ko gila hai muj

Ye Ehl_e_Hijr Ye Raaton Ko Jaagnay Waalay..
Ye Khud Say Door Kahee'n Zindagi Guzarte Hen..

Mujhe Yaad hai abhi tak
Jab barsti tap tap karti Rim jhim mein

Haan December ki is Thatrti
Sard

Baaton baaton mian bicharney ka ishara karkey
Khud bhi roya woh buhat ham se kinara karkey

Socht

Kuch Baat Hay Teri Baton Me, Jo Baat Yahan Tak
Aa
Pohnchi..!!
Hum Dil Say Gaey, Dil Tum Pe Gea,

Zulm Sehna Bhi Tu Zaalim Ki Hmayat Thehra
Khamshi Bhi Tu Hoyi Pusht Pnahi Ki Tarah

So gaye jis jagah bhi raat aayi,
Be-gharon ke barre thikaane hain..

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