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Tujhe Mujhse Mujko Tujse Jo Bohat Hi Pyar Hota,

Tujhe Mujhse Mujko Tujse Jo Bohat Hi Pyar Hota,
Na Tujhe Qaraar Hota Na Mujhe Qaraar Hota,
Tera Har Marz Ulajhta Meri Jaan-e-natwaan Se,
Jo Tujhe Zukaam Hota Tou Mujhe Bukhaar Hota,
Jo Mein Tujko Yad Karta Tujhe Cheenkna Bhi Parta,
Mere Sath Bhi Yakeenan Yehi Bar Bar Hota,
Kisi Chowk Mein Lagate Koi Chooriyon Ka Khokha,
Tere Sheher Mein Bhi Apna Koi Karobaar Hota,
Gham-o-ranj Aashiqana Nahin, Calculator’aana,
Isey Mein Shumaar Karta Jo To Be’shumaar Hota,
Wahan Zer-e-behess Atey Khat-o-haal O Huye-hubaan,
Gham-e-ishq Per Jo Anwar Koi Seminar Hota..

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Oh I have sown my love so wide
That he will find it everywhere;
It will awake him in the night,

usne kaha tha ke mai tumhe apna bana kar chorongi FARAZ
phir yun howa ke usne mujhe apna bana kar c

Is dafa to barishein rukti nahin faraz,
Hum ne ansu kia piye k saray mosam ro paray

They went home and told their wives,
that never once in all their lives,
had they known a girl l

Here's to the men! Since Adam's time
They've always been the same;
Whenever anything goes wrong,

Ab kis se kahen aur kon sune jo haal tumhare baad hua,
Is dil ki jheel si ankhon main ik khawb boha

Jab bhi aap se milne ki Taqdeer nazar aayi,
Mujhe Paon mein bandhi Zanzeer nazar aayi,
Teri Yaadon

Aa Gai Fasl-E-Sakoon Chaak-E-Girebaan Walo
Sil Gaye Hont Koi Zakhm Sile Ya Na Sile...

Meri Aankh0n k jaadu sy Tum Abhi Na wakif h0.

Hum Usay Jeena sikha dety hain jisay Mrnay ka sh0q

Kuch Mohabbat ka Nasha pehle ham ko Tha Faraz
Dil jo Toota to Nashe se Mohabbat Ho gai....!

In loving thee thou know'st I am forsworn,
But thou art twice forsworn to me love swearing:
In act

chahat ghamze jata rahi hai
wahshat sahra dikha rahi hai
ghunchon ka jigar hila rahi hai
bulbu

دل مرا سوز نہاں سے بے محابا جل گیا
آتش خاموش کی مانند گو

Wo Kuch Is Tarah Bhi Taqdeer Bana Daita Hai
Dard Ki Rooh Ko Jaageer Bana Daita Hai
Ik Maseehai Uta

Woh baat saare fasaane main jis ka zikr na tha,
Woh baat un ko bohat naa-gawaar guzri hai..

mout ke baad yaad aa raha hai koi,
mitti mery kabr ki utha raha hai koi,

a khuda do pal ki zindg

ata-e-abr se inkar karna chahiye tha
main sahra thi mujhe iqrar karna chahiye tha
lahu ki aanch

Bharrkaa rahe hain aag lab-e-naghmagar se hum,
Khamosh kya rahen ge zamaane ke ddar se hum,
Kuch a

Qadam Qadam Pe Nya Marhala Tha Mein Kiya Krta,
Taveel Hota Gya Fasla Mein Kiya Krta.

Har Shakhs

Anokhi waza hai saare zamaane se niraale hain,
ye aashiq kaun si basti ke yaa rab rehne waale hain.

Urdu Poetry

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