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Tum raah mein chup chaap kharrey ho to gaye ho,

Tum raah mein chup chaap kharrey ho to gaye ho,
Kis kis ko batao gey ghar kyun naheen jaatey..

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Chameleons feed on light and air:
Poets' food is love and fame:
If in this wide world of care

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yahi nahin ki nigahon ko ashk-bar kiya
tere firaq mein daman bhi tar tar kiya
mata-e-ishq yahi h

To overcome lies in the heart, in the streets, in the books
from the lullabies of the mothers
to

A Day! Help! Help! Another Day!
Your prayers, oh Passer by!
From such a common ball as this
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Ashk Girtay hain to her Saans PIGHAL Jati hay,
De k Ek Dard Naya her Shaam DHAL Jati hay,

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Hum nahin kehte hamari, teri dunya ho jaye,
Itne rangon mein koi rang to apna ho jaye,
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'Angels of the love affair, do you know that other,
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Mujh Se Door Ho Tu Khud Ko Sambhaly Rakhna ,

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Gham-e-Zindagi Teri Rah Me
Shab-e-Arzoo Teri Chah Me
Jo Ujarr Gaya Wo Basa Nahi
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tere khushbuu men base Khat main jalaataa kaise
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Eik wafadar chahiye tha mujhe
Main ne intekhab tumhara kia.

Ab Bhala Chhor Ke Ghar Kya Karte
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Sab qareenay, usi dildaar ke, rakh dete haiN

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Ik zindagi ammal ke liye bhi naseeb ho,
Yeh zindagi to naik iraadon main katt gayi..

Sab Mere Baghair Mutmayin Hain
Mein Sab Ke Baghair Ji Raha Hun

Oh, there are eyes that he can see,
And hands to make his hands rejoice,
But to my lover I must be

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