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Ehd-e-Nau Barq Hai, Aatish Zan-e-Har Khirman Hai
Ayman Is Se Koi Sehra No Koi Gulshan Hai

Each stack and barn it sets on fire, This lightning-like New Age,
Nor bowling wild nor garden gay escapes its flaming rage;


Is Nayi Aag Ka Aqwam-e-Kuhan Indhan Hai
Millat-e-Khatam-e-Rusal (S.A.W.) Shaola Ba Perahan Hai

This new fire feeds on fuel old,—The nations of the past,
And they too burn to whom was sent God’s Messenger, the last.


Aaj Bhi Jo Baraheem (A.S.) Ka Imaan Paida
Aag Kar Sakti Hai Andaz-e-Gulistan Paida

But if the faith of Abraham there, once again, is born,
Where leaps this flame, flowers will bloom, and laugh its blaze to scorn.

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Dekh Kar Rang-e-Chaman Ho Na Pareshan Mali
Koukab-e-Ghuncha Se Shakhain Hain Chamakne Wali

Yet, let the gardener not be sad to see the garden’s plight,
For soon its branches will be gay with buds, like stars of light;


Khas-o-Khashaak Se Hota Hai Gulistan Khali
Gul Bar Andaaz Hai Khoon-e-Shuhada Ki Laali

The withered leaves and weeds will pass, and all its sweepings old;
For there, again, will martyr-blood in roses red unfold.


Rang Gardoon Ka Zara Dekh Tau Unnabi Hai
Yeh Nikalte Huwe Suraj Ki Ufaq Taabi Hai

But look! a hint of russet hue, Brightening the eastern skies,
The glow on yon horizon’s brow, Heralds a new sunrise.

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MYSTERY: lo! betwixt the sun and moon
Astarte of the Syrians: Venus Queen
Ere Aphrodite was. In

main DhunDta hun jise wo jahan nahin milta
nai zamin naya aasman nahin milta
nai zamin naya aasm

Bright star, would I were stedfast as thou art--
Not in lone splendour hung aloft the night
And w

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

Ratjagay hoN K bhar poor neeNdein musalsal use dekhna
Wo jo aNkhoN mein hai aur aaNkhon se ojhal us

Abhi kissi ke na mere kahe se guzre ga,
Woh khud hi ek din iss daayere se guzre ga,
Bhari rahe abh

THIS girl was sweeter than the song of swans,
And daintier than the lamb upon the lawns
Or Curine

اے طائر لاہوتی اس رزق سے موت اچھی
جس رزق سے آتی ہو پروا

We plucked a red rose, you and I
All in the summer weather;
Sweet its perfume and rare its bloom,

Shor Hai Ho Gaye Duniya Se Musalman Nabood
Hum Yeh Kehte Hein Keh Thein Bhi Kahin Muslim Mojod

W

Kabhi Aansoo kabhi khushboo kabhi Naghma Bankar
Hum se har sham Mili hai Tera Chehra Bankar

Chan

Meri Ghaflaton ki bhi Had Nahi,
Teri Rehmaton ki Bhi Had Nahi,
Na Meri Khata ka Shumar hai,
Na

Teri duniya mei jeene se to behtar hai ke mar jaayen,
Wohi aansuu wohi aahen wohi gham hai jidhar j

Our eyes
are limpid
drops of water.
In each drop exists
a tiny sign
of our genius
which has gi

Tumhain Chaahat Se Rakhain Ge Ye Wada Raha Tum Se.
Ik Bar Bas Jana Ye Nazrain Tu Milao Hum Se.

Ek Pasy Rehen Wahabi, Ek Pasy Deobandi
Aggy Piche Shia Sunni, Dahdi Firqa Bandi
Wich Wachaly Sada

Kuch Tou Ehsaas-e-Ziyaan Tha Phele
Dil Ka Ye Haal Kahan Tha Phele
Ab Tou Manzil Bhi Hai Khud Garm-

مُژدہ ، اے ذَوقِ اسیری ! کہ نظر آتا ہے
دامِ خالی ، قفَسِ

Khabaram raseed imshab ki nigaar khuahi aamad;
Sar-e man fidaa-e raah-e ki sawaar khuahi aamad.
Ha

I'D LIKE to be a bank clerk, and sit inside a cage,
I'd like to take and hoard away the toiler's w

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