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Tu Khud To Bohat khoob Bohat Khoob Hai Laikin

Tu Khud To Bohat khoob Bohat Khoob Hai Laikin

Ik Shakhs Nihayat Hi Bura Hai Tere Andar . .

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Every year Emily Dickinson sent one friend
the first arbutus bud in her garden.

In a last will a

Labon pe phool khiltay hain kisi ke naam se pahle
dilon ke deep jalte hain charagh-e shaam se pahle

Kal Dophar Ajeeb Si Ik Be Dili Rahi

Bas Telian Jala Ke Bhujata Raha Hoon Mein

ye log DhunD rahe hain yahan wahan mujh ko
talash karte nahin apne darmiyan mujh ko
main agle pi

Akhtar-e-shaam ki aati hai Falak se awaaz,
Sajda karti hai Sahar jis ko wo hai aaj ki raat,
Reh ya

"Unto Me?" I do not know you—
Where may be your House?

"I am Jesus—Late of Judea—
Now—o

haare hue logon ki kahani ki tarah hain
hum log bhi bahte hue pani ki tarah hain
duniya tere hon

'athar' tum ne ishq kiya kuchh tum bhi kaho kya haal hua
koi naya ehsas mila ya sab jaisa ahwal hu

Lamps burn in every house,
O blind one! and you cannot see them.
One day your eyes shall suddenly

Alwidaa noor-e-Khuda, Ay maah-e-ramazan alwidaa,

Tu ho raha hai hum se judaa, Ay maah-e-ramazan

Suno!
Wo Kehta Hy K Tm Badal Gaye Ho,
Suno!
Wo Ye Ni Manta K M Ni Tm Badl Gaye Ho,
Manty Han Hm

Yahan Behtar Hai Apni Zaat Ka Hamdard Ho Jana

Zamana Gham To De Sakta Hai Gham-Khawari Nahi Karta

And like a dying lady, lean and pale,
Who totters forth, wrapp'd in a gauzy veil,
Out of her cham

KaBhI KaBhI SafAr-E-ZindAgi Se ThAk Kar HuM,

TeRe KhAyAL K SaAyE Men Beth Kar Khob Roty haiN...

Mili Saza Jo Mujhe Wo Kisi Khata Pe Na Thi,,

Mujh Pe Jurm Jo Sabit Huwa Wo Wafa Ka Tha...!!!

Woh meri chin-e-jabin se ghum-e-pinhaan samjha,
raaz-e-maktoob ba-be-rabti-e-unwaan samjha.

Yak

Kafan jo pehnao tu "khak-e-Madina" Moo Pe Mal Dena

Yehi Bas Aik soorat Hy "kHUDA"ko Moo Dikhane k

Baal Bikhrey Wo Gum Sum Youn Kharra Hai Jese,
Hijar Se Wasta Usko Bhi Parra Hai Jese,

Uski Aan

kisi ke nam pe nanhe diye jalate hue
KHuda ko bhul gae nekiyan kamate hue
wagarna baat hamari sa

Apne Angan Main Bhi Utre Gi Halal-e-Eid Ki Koi Kiran
Bari Der Tak Dareecha-e-Dil Khol K Bethe Rahe.

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