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Sympathy

Perched on the branch of a tree
Was a nightingale sad and lonely

The night has drawn near', He was thinking
I passed the day in flying around and feeding

How can I reach up to the nest
Darkness has enveloped everything?

Hearing the nightingale wailing thus
A glow-worm lurking nearby spoke thus

With my heart and soul ready to help I am
Though only an insignificant insect I am

Never mind if the night is dark
I shall shed light if the way is dark

God has bestowed a torch on me
He has given a shining lamp to me

The good in the world only those are
Ready to be useful to others who are

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Mein To Uss Ki Aaqabat Beeni Ka Kuch Qael Nahin
Jis Ne Afrangi Siasat Ko Kiya Yun Behijab

chand qadmon se ziyada nahin chalne paate
jis ko dekho vahī qaidī kisī zanjīr kā hai

suna karo meri jaan in se un se afsane
sab ajnabi hain yahan kaun kis ko pahchane
yahan se jald

We sat under an old thorn-tree
And talked away the night,
Told all that had been said or done
Sin

Kisi K Saath Chahat Ho Gayi Tu Kaya Karo Gy Tum?
Jafa Sehny Ki Aadat Ho Gayi Tu Kaya Karo Gy Tum?

Beth jaata hai woh jab mehfil main aa ke saamne,
Main hi hota hoon uss ki iss adaa ke samne,
Tez t

ہم کہاں اور تم کہاں جاناں
ہیں کئی ہجر درمیاں جاناں

را

Wo kehti hai
suno bohat baatien banatay ho
mager sach hai yeh baatien
bohat hi shaad rakhti ha

I said to the wanting-creature inside me:
What is this river you want to cross?
There are no trave

NO cold approach, no altered mien,
Just what would make suspicion start;
No pause the dire extreme

Ata Hai Kon Kon Mere Gham Ko Bantny
Mohsin Tu Meri Mout Ki Afwah Ura K Dekh...

Me Jo Mehka To Meri Shaakh Jala Di Us Ne
Sabz Mosam Me Mujhe Zard Hawa Di Us Ne

Pehle Ek Lamhe K

Give me hunger,
O you gods that sit and give
The world its orders.
Give me hunger, pain and wa

Apna Aanchal Mere Chehre Pe Bikhar Jaane Do
Me K Jaga Hon Bahut, Aaj To Mar Jaane Do

Aaj Sharm

Tum ne dekha to ye khayal aaya

Zindagi dhoop tum Ghana saya.

Mother died last night,
Mother who never dies.

Winter was in the air,
many months away
but in

Ghar jab bana liya, tere dar par kahe beGhair
Jaanega ab bhi tu na mera ghar kahe beGhair

Kahte

Mera mizaaj nahin haan main haan nahin milane ka,
Ghalat thi baat teri, ikhtlaaf maine kiyaa..

If in his study he hath so much care
To hang all old strange things, let his wife beware.
John Do

NakaaM MohabbaT Pe PaSheMaaNi BohaT Hai..
Ab Tak ZinDa HooN Yeh HeRaaNi BohaT Hai..

MeRa ChehR

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