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Waah Re Ishq Tera Kya Kehna,

Waah Re Ishq Tera Kya Kehna, ,
Jo Tujhe Jan Le Tu Usi Ki Jan Le, , , , ,

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hamare jism agar raushni mein Dhal jaen
tasawwuraat-e-zaman-o-makan badal jaen
hamare bich hamei

Sun To Sahii Jahaa.N Me.N Hai Teraa Fasaanaa Kyaa
Kahatii Hai Tujh Se Khalq-E-Khudaa Gaibaanaa Kya

Aaj bohat saalon baad maine eid manayi hai,
us ne khusbhuu ke jhoolon main
phoolon ki khawhishen b

din ke sine pe sham ka patthar
ek patthar pe dusra patthar
ye suna tha ki dewta hai wo
mere ha

Wafa ka naam na lo yaron,
Wafa dil ko dukahati hai.

Jub bhi Wafa ka naam lete hi,
hume ek bewaf

Umar Ghhatti Rahi Khabar Na Huwi,
Waqat Ki Baat Waqat Par Na Huwi.

Hijar Ki Shab Bhi Katt Hi J

Dil Se Roye Magar Honton Se Muskura Bethe, ,
Youn Hi Hum Kisi Se Wafa Nibha Bethe, ,
Wo Hame Ek La

hUm Ja RaheY HaIn waHan JaHan Dil kI hO QaDar ,,

BetheY RaHo tUm Apni AdaAeIn SamBhal kAr..

Hum Ne Mana Ke Taghaful Na Karo Ge
Lekin, Khak Ho Jae Ge Hum Tum Ko Khabar Hone Tak

Koshish ke baawjood yeh ilzaam reh geya,
Har kaam main hamesha koi kaam reh geya,
Uth uth ke masji

Agar wo pyar kar leti
Mera daman pakar leti
To jeevan mai faqat us say
Mohabat farz ho jati

Don’t be like those who ask for everything:
praise, a blurb, a free ride in my rented
limousine.

kabhi kitabon mein phul rakhna
kabhi darakhton pe nam likhna
hamein bhi hai yad aj tak wo
nazar s

Kitna Suroor Raat Ki Tanhayun Mai Tha, ,
Chup Tha Chand Jaise Ruswayun Mai Tha, ,
Log So Rahe Thai

Borha hone mai konsi dair Lagti hai

Bas Zara Sa Ghum lag Jaye to Admi Borha

OH, I haven't got long to live, for we all
Die soon, e'en those who live longest;
And the poorest

Muhbaton mein yahi khoaf ky0un musalat rehta hy,

Kahin Mere siwa kisi aur se to muhbat nhi usy.

chand tare bana ke kaghaz par
KHush hue ghar saja ke kaghaz par
bastiyan kyun talash karte hain

Khaali hai abhi jaam main kuchh soch raha hun,
Aye gardish-e ayyaam main kuchh soch raha hun.

Sa

Wo mohabat ki adhuri kitaab lagta hy"
Utry na jis ka khumaar wo sharaab lagta hy"

Wo muj se mu

Urdu Poetry

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