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Stanza (26)Stanza (27)Qoum-e-Awara Anaa Taab Hai Phir Soo'ay Hijaz

Stanza (26)

Qoum-e-Awara Anaa Taab Hai Phir Soo'ay Hijaz
Le Ura Bulbul-e-Be Par Ko Mazak-e-Parwaz

Towards the Hijaz turn again the straying tribe their bridle-strings!
Lo, wingless soars the nightingale aloft, upon its yearning’s wings!

Muztarib Bagh Ke Har Ghunche Mein Hai Boo'ay Niaz
Tu Zara Chair To De, Tashna-e-Mizrab Hai Saaz

The fragrance in each blossom hid within the garden palpitates,
But with Your plectrum wake its strings—The lute that livening touch awaits!

Naghme Betaab Hain Taron Se Niklne Ke Liye
Toor Muztar Hai Ussi Aag Mein Jalne Ke Liye

Yea, longs to break its prison’s bounds the string-imprisoned melody;
And yearning Sinai waits again to burn itself to dust in You

Stanza (27)

Mushkalain Ummat-e-Marhoom Ki Asan Kar De
Moor-e-Bemaya Ko Humdosh-e-Suleman Kar De

Resolve, O Lord! the travail sore which this Your chosen people tries,
Make You the ant of little worth to Solomon’s proud stature rise!

Jins-e-Nayaab-e-Mohabbat Ko Phir Arzaan Kar De
Hind Ke Dair Nasheenon Ko Musalman Kar De

Bring You, O Lord, with our grasp that most rare love for which we pray;
To India’s temple-squatters teach the truth of the Islamic way.

Joo'ay Khoon Mee Chakad Az Hasrat-e-Dairina-e-Maa
Mee Tapd Nala Ba Nashtar Kadah-e-Seena-e-Maa

Our hearts’ desires, long unfulfilled, unceasingly our life-blood drain;
Our breasts, with thousand daggers pierced, still struggle with their cry of pain!

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Dar badar ho sar-e-Baazaar mohabbat kar Lo,
Roz marna hai to phir yaar mohabbat kar lo,

Halat-

Tumhain MaLoom hai Jaanaa K tum Bhi Aik Qatal ho

Mery Andar ka Ek Hansta howa insaN Tum Ny Maara

Fir Usi Bewafa Pe Martey Hain

Fir Wahi Zindagi Hamari Hai

Tum ne pocha hy chalo tum ko bata dety hain,
Jo hum par guzri hy tum ko b suna dety hain,

Tery

I
First Love

THOUGH nurtured like the sailing moon
In beauty's murderous brood,
She walked awh

Wöh Ki§i äur Kä Högä Tou Qäyämät Hö Gi
Phir Kisi Kö Bhi Kisi Se Nä Muhäbbät Hö Gi

Agar Yon Hi Ye Dil Satata Rahega
To Ik Din Mera Ji Hi Jata Rahega

Main Jata Hun Dil Ko Tere Pas

Simon Danz has come home again,
From cruising about with his buccaneers;
He has singed the beard o

Bhool Gaye Afsany Kitny
Bikhry Khawab Suhany Kitny

Dil To Hai Ik Khawab Jazera
Us Mein Hain

Uljhey To Talkhion Ki Bhi Hadd Se Guzar Gaey.
Tootay To Kirchion Ki Bhi Hadd Se Guzar Gaey.

Na

Mery Seeny Mein Har EK Din,
Kisi Ki MOut HOti Hai,
Kabhi Armaan Marty Hain,

Kabhi Kuch Hasrt

Hijar Ka Taara Doob Chala Hai Dhalne Lagi Hai Raat Wasi
Qatra Qatra Baras Rahi Hai Ashkon Ki Barsaa

میں ہوں مشتاقِ جفا‘ مجھ پہ خفا اور سہی
تم ہو بیداد سے خ

Kabhi kisi ko mukammal jahan nahin milta,
Kahin zameen nahin milti kahin aasman nahin milta,
Tamaa

Sukhan mein rang tumhare khyaal hi ke to haiN
Ye sab karishmay, hawaaye visaal hi ke to haiN

Kah

ﺩﻋﺎ ﮐﺎ ﭨﻮﭨﺎ ﮨﻮﺍ ﺣﺮﻑ ۔۔۔۔۔ ﺳﺮﺩ ﺁﮦ ﻣﯿﮟ ﮨﮯ

Farz karo hum ehl-e-wafaa hon, farz karo deewane hon,
Farz karo yeh donon baten jhooti hon, afsane

Toot jaye na bharam hont hilaon kaise
Haal jaye Bhi hai logon ko Sunaon kaise

Khuhk ankhon se bh

Na Mila DiL Ka Qadrdan is Zamane Mein
Ye Rishta Toot Giya Dekhne Or Dikahne Mein

Sochta Hoon Ek

Mere Haathon Ki Lakeeron Mein Ye Aaib Chupa Hai 'Mohsin'

Mein Jis Shaks Ko Chu Loon, Wo Mera Nahi

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