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Ummatain Gulshan-e-Hasti Mein Samar Cheeda Bhi Hain
Aur Mehroom-e-Samar Bhi Hain, Khazan Didah Bhi Hain

In Life’s old garden nations lived who all its fruits enjoyed,
While others longed in vain, while some the winter blasts destroyed;


Saikron Nakhl Hain, Kaheeda Bhi, Baleeda Bhi Hain
Saikron Batan-e-Chaman Mein Abhi Poshida Bhi Hain

Its trees are legion; some decay, While others flush with bloom,
And thousands still their birth await, Hid in the garden’s womb;


Nakhl-e-Islam Namoona Hai Bru-Mandi Ka
Phal Hai Ye Saikron Saalon Ki Chaman Bandi Ka

A symbol of luxuriance, The Tree of Islam reigns,
Its fruits achieved with centuries of garden-tending pains.

Stanza (28)


Pak Hai Gard-e-Watan Se Sirr-e-Daman Tera
Tu Woh Yousaf Hai Ke Har Misr Hai Kinaan Tera

Your robe is free from dust of home, Not yours such narrow ties,
That Yousuf you, who Canaan sweet, In every Egypt lies;


Qafila Ho Na Sake Ga Kabhi Weeran Tera
Ghair Yak Bang-e-Dara Kuch Nahin Saman Tera

The qafila can ne’er disperse You holdest the starting bells9
Nothing else is needed, if your will Your onward march impels.


Nakhl-e-Shama Asti-o-Dar Shaola Dawad Resha-e-Tu
Aaqbat Soz Bawad Saya-e-Andesha-e-Tu

You candle-tree! your wick-like root, Its top with flame illumes,
Your thought is fire, its very breath all future care consumes.

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Mil hi jaye ga kabhi dil ko yakeen rehta hai,
Woh isi sheher ki galiyon main kaheen rehta hai,
Jis

Roohain tou ik zamana hua, ho chuki’n faroht,
Kis nar’hh se bikain ge badan, Dekhte raho..

kya zamin kya aasman kuchh bhi nahin
hum na hon to ye jahan kuchh bhi nahin
dida-o-dil ki rifaqa

koi bagh sa saja hua mere samne
ki badan hai koi khila hua mere samne
wahi aankh hai ki sitara h

Neend Se Kiya Shikwa Karun Main

Qasoor To Us Chehray Ka Hai Jo Mujhe Sonay Nahi DetaNeend Se Kiya

Bahut roya woh hum ko yaad kar ke

Hamaari zindagii barbaad kar ke

PalaT kar phir yahiN aajaye

Safar-e-Manzil-e-Shab Yaad Nahi
Loog Rukhsat Huye Kab Yaad Nahi
Awwaleen Qurb Ki Sarshaari Mein
K

Koi Pahar Yeh Kehta Tha Ik Ghulehri Se
Tujhe Ho Sharam To Pani Mein Ja Ke Doob Marey
Zara Si Cheez

Baaton baton mein bicharnay ka ishara ker k
Khud bhi roya woh bohut hum say kinara ker k

Sochta

kaif-e-hayat tere siwa kuchh nahin raha
teri qasam hai tujh se juda kuchh nahin raha
wallah sab

De uThi lau jo tere saath guzaari hui shaam
Hujra e jaaN ki har ik cheez pe taari hui shaam

Umr

Palkon Ko Gham-e-Hijar Ne Araam Na Bakhsha

Ankhon Se Nahi Neend Muqaddar Se Uri Hai...

HONEY, child, honey, child, whither are you going?
Would you cast your jewels all to the breezes b

Aaj kuch waqat ke liye pas mere kaash tum aa jate
bohut tanha hon main aaj kaash tum aa jate

Kab

At some point,
you have to realize
that some people can stay in your heart
but not in your life

HALF a league, half a league,
Half a league onward,
All in the valley of Death
Rode the six hu

Kisi ke haq mai sahi wo koi DUA to kare,
Wo keh nahi sakta meri suna to kare,
Kabhi bataye wo aa k

Kitne aish se rehte hon ge kitne itraate hon ge,
Jaane kese log woh hon ge jo us ko bhaate hon ge,

The blackbird sits
On a bronchial limb
Ready to
Squeal his guts
Where?
Jimmy Santiago Baca

Aansuyon se woh zair-e-aab* aaye,
Jin ki raahon mein phir chanaab aaye,
Kal to socha tha bhool jaa

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