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Toote Huwe Dil Ki Kasam Tujhe Dil Se Rawana Kar K,

Toote Huwe Dil Ki Kasam Tujhe Dil Se Rawana Kar K,
Ro Paray Aankh Me TinkY KA Bahana Kr K

Sham K Saye Jo Suraj Ko Chupanay Niklay
Hum Diye Lay K Andhairo Ko Jalanay Niklay

Or To Koi Na Tha Jo Jurm E Bagawat Karty
Ek Hum Hi Thay Jo ye Rasam Nibhanay Niklay

Sehr me, Dashat Me, Sehra Me B Tujh Ko Paya
Ay Gham E Yar Teray Kitnay Thikanay Niklay

Chand Nikla To Main Logon Se Lipat Kar Roya
Gham K Ansoo Thay Jo Khushion K Bahanay nikly...!

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In this Monody the author bewails a learned Friend, unfortunately
drowned in his passage from Chest

Mere Yousuf Teri Bharpoor Ziyarat K Liye
Maang Lai Hun Zulaikha Se Adhuri Aankhen...

Zara si der ko aaye the khaab aaNkhoN mein
Phir us ke bad musalsal azaab aaNkhoN mein

Wo jis ke

Zindagi sirf issi dhun main guzarey jayen,
Bass tera naam, tera naam pukarey jayen,
Jab yeh tay ha

DOSTI
-Kaho to do lafz,
-Mano to bandgi,
-Socho to gehra sagar,
-Dubo to zindagi,
-Karo to aasa

Mohabbat Cheez Aisi Hai,

Kabhi Hoti Hai Apnon Se,
Kabhi Anjaan Rahoon Sy
Kabhi Gumnaam Rahon

Aaj jo Tanha hai Woh Pardes Mein
Zaroor Mujh ko us Ney Socha ho ga

Khuvabon aur Khyaalon Mein
M

The sun's boat is broken and drowned in the Nile
But a piece is floating about on the water of the

Meray Wajood Ko Tu Samait Ly
Main Bikhar Raha Hon Zara.. Zara..

Meray Äansuon Ko B Poonch Ly

Should auld acquaintance be forgot,
And never brought to mind?
Should auld acquaintance be forgo

I turn around on the gravel
and go back to the house for a book,
something to read at the doctorâ€

Me Ne Is Tor Se Chaha Tujhe Aksar Jana

Jese Mahtaab Ko Be-Ant Samundar Chahe

Jese Sooraj Ki Ki

But wherefore do not you a mightier way
Make war upon this bloody tyrant, Time,
And fortify your s

Nah Smjho Gy Tou Mit Jao Gy Jhan Sy
Tumhari Dastan Bhe Nah Ho Gee Dastano Main

As I was walking,
Thyme sweet to my nose,
Green grasshoppers talking,
Rose rivalling rose:
And w

Aik Chand Tanha Khara Raha, Mere Aasman Se Zara Parey
Mere Saath Saath Safar Me Tha, Meri Manzilon

Akal ayyaar* hai, sau bhaiss bana leti hai,
Ishq bechara na mulla hai na zahid na hakeem..

Na Uss Ne Murr Ka Dekha Na Hum Ne Palat Kar Aawaz Di.!
Aik AJab Sa waqat Tha Jis Ne Dono Ko Pathha

Raat abhi Tanhai ki Pehli Dehleez pe Hai,

Aur meri Janib apne Haath barhati Hai,

Soch Rahi Hoo

Ye heedless Fair, who trifle Life away,
Let either Brownlow set your Notions right:
Be, like the D

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