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Tu may bhe khush hn koe us say ja kay keh daina

تو میں بھی خوش ہوں کوئی اس سے جا کے کہہ دینا
اگر وہ خوش ہے مجھے بے قرار کرتے ہوئے

تمہیں خبر ہی نہیں ہے کہ کوئی ٹوٹ گیا
محبتوں کو بہت پائیدار کرتے ہوئے

میں مسکراتا ہوا آئینے میں ابھروں گا
وہ رو پڑے گی اچانک سنگھار کرتے ہوئے

مجھے خبر تھی کہ اب لوٹ کر نہ آؤں گا
سو تجھ کو یاد کیا دل پہ وار کرتے ہوئے

یہ کہہ رہی تھی سمندر نہیں یہ آنکھیں ہیں
میں ان میں ڈوب گیا اعتبار کرتے ہوئے

بھنور جو مجھ میں پڑے ہیں وہ میں ہی جانتا ہوں
تمہارے ہجر کے دریا کو پار کرتے ہوئے

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O, how much more doth beauty beauteous seem
By that sweet ornament which truth doth give!
The rose

Soch soch kar yehi,
Sochta hai dil,
Bhul jaye sochna tumhe,
Ye sochna hai muskil.

One would be in less danger
From the wiles of a stranger
If one's own kin and kith
Were more fun

Ek Tamanna Hai Faqat Mujh Pe Meherban Raho
Tum Kisi Aur Ko Dekho To Bura Lagta Hai

Meri Chahat K

Ab jo mano to kiski mano mai
Ek tarf dil hai ek taraf hon mai

اب جو مانوں تو کس ک

Akhri chand din december ke,
Har baras hi giraan guzarte hain,
Khawhishon ke nigaar-khanay se,
Ke

Awake, my ST. JOHN!(1) leave all meaner things
To low ambition, and the pride of Kings.
Let us (

Karray Hain Hijar k Lamhaat,Uss Se Keh Dena
Bikhar Rahi Hay Meri Zaat,Uss Se Keh Dena

Hawa-e-Mou

wo jis ko lene tajiron ka dasta nikla
bikne aaya to tawaqo se b sasta nikla

apne seene main ch

Hai duniya wohi, wohi hain hum, magar tere baghair,
Soonay sooonay se hain yeh subah shaam tere bag

Ab K Safar Kuch Aur Tha, Aur Hi Kuch Saraab Thay
Dasht-e-Talab Mein Ja-Ba-Ja, Sang-e-Giraan-e-Khuw

Bassti tujh bin ujaarr si hai,
Kambakht yeh shab pahaarr si hai,
Shayed ke hui sarayet-e-ishq,
Ku

Oh, lay my ashes on the wind
That blows across the sea.
And I shall meet a fisherman
Out of Capri

Mujhe khud se hain shikaaytain, mujhe zindagi se gilaa nahin,
Ke jo chaha mene woh paa liya, nahin

ajnabi khauf fizaon main basa ho jaise
shahar ka shahar hi aseb zada ho jaise
rat ke pichle pahar

If I could but forget
The fullness of those first sweet days,
When you burst sun-like thro' the

ho gae din jinhen bhulae hue
aaj kal hain wo yaad aae hue
main ne raaten bahut guzari hain
sir

Har Pal Teri Yaad K Pehlu Mein Rahon Mein

Sochoun Tou Bikhar Jaun, Nikloun Tou Kidhar Jaun...

Muj Ko Khwahish Hi Dhondne Kin A Thi

Muj Mein Khoya Raha Khuda Mera

Reshmi Door Ki Tarhan
Hath Se Phisalta Hua
Ye Saal Bhi Jaa Raha Hai
Guzarte Is Saal Se
Hisab

Urdu Poetry

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