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Teri ulfat k taqazy b ajab andaz k thay,

Teri ulfat k taqazy b ajab andaz k thay,

Iqraar alag, takraar alag, ta'zeem alag,
farmaan alag.
Gar saath nhi ab day sakty, tu bant do yak jaan lamhe,

Masroor alag, nidhaal alag, purkaif alag,
pareshaan alag.
Waqt e rukhsat alwida ka lafz, jab kehny lagy,

Aansoo alag, muskaan alag,
betaabi alag, heejaan alag.
Jb chhorr gaya, tab dekha apni aankhon ka rang,

Hairaan alag,
pashemaan alag,
sunsaan alag,
beyabaan alag..!!

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Ankhon K Sahilon Pe Hai Ashkon Ka Ek Hajoom
Shayad Gham-E-Hussain Ka Mosam Qareeb Hai...

Apney Uljhey Huwey Din Raat Bhi Suljha Na Sakey
Itney Be-faiz Hain Khud Apney Hi Kaam Aa Na Sakey

Those lips that Love's own hand did make
Breathed forth the sound that said "I hate"
To me that la

[Book 1]
I am like,
They tell me, my dear father. Broader brows
Howbeit, upon a slenderer undergr

The difficulty to think at the end of day,
When the shapeless shadow covers the sun
And nothing

Consider
a girl who keeps slipping off,
arms limp as old carrots,
into the hypnotist's trance,

Jab Kisi Jaam Ko Honton Se Lagaya Main Ne.
Raqs Karta Huwa Dekha Tera Saaya Main Ne.

Mujh se M

Aur bazaar se kya le jaaun,
Pehli baarish ka maza le jaaun,
Kuch to saughaat duun ghar walon ko,

Ye dard hai humdum kisi zalim ki nishani

De mujhko dawa Aisi ke araam na aye

Sheher mein humdum puraaney bohat they Nasir,
Waqt parrne pe mere kaam na aaya koi..

Pyar se tab tak pyar na karo
Jab tak pyar aap se pyar na karey

Jab pyar aap se pyar kare
Tab py

Not from the stars do I my judgment pluck,
And yet methinks I have astronomy;
But not to tell of g

Sing praise for statuary:
For those anchored attitudes
And staunch stone eyes that stare
Through

Itna Qareeb Aa k Ji Bhar k Dekh Loon
Shaayad k Phir Milo To Ye ZoQ-E-Nazar Na Ho

Youn Utro Mer

Bemaar ko maraz ki davaa deni chahiye,
Main peena chahta hoon pilaa deni chahiye,
Allah barkaton s

The far moon maketh lovers wise
In her pale beauty trembling down,
Lending curved cheeks, dark lip

Choo Nahi Sakte Kisi Bhi Chez Ko Ab Sarifeen
Nafa Khoron Ki Kuch Itni Meherbani Barh Gai

Is Mahe

Woh aa ke khwaab mein taskeen-e-iztiraab toh de,
wale mujhe tapish-e-dil majaal-e-khwaab toh de.

Tere Mehndi Lage Hathon Pe Mera Nam Likha Hai
Zra Se Lafz Mn Kitna Paigam Likha Hai

Ye Teri Shan

So, now I have confessed that he is thine,
And I my self am mortgaged to thy will,
Myself I'll for

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