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wahan shayad koi baiTha hua hai

wahan shayad koi baiTha hua hai
abhi khiDki mein ek jalta diya hai
mera dil bhi ajab KHali wiya hai
kisi ki yaad ne jis ko bhara hai
parinde shaKH se lipTe hue hain
ye kaisa KHauf KHema-zan hua hai
meri KHamoshiyon ki jhil mein phir
kisi aawaz ka patthar gira hai
mohabbat ka muqaddar dekhte ho
hawa ne kuchh to pani par likha hai
usi par khul rahe hain sare mausam
jo apne ghar se bahar aa gaya hai
charagho ab zara apni sunao
hawa ka kaam pura ho chuka hai
mohabbat phir wahin le aai 'adil'
ye jangal bar-ha dekha hua hai

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The rest of us watch from beyond the fence
as the woman moves with her jagged stride
into her pain

?Faraz? Zulm Hy Itni
Khud-Aitmadi Bhi
k Raa Bhi Thi Andheri
Aur Chiraag Bhi Na Lia

Tasawwar Me Zaroor Aao,
Mager Tairna To Seekho,

Tum Aksar Doob Jate Ho,
Mere Ashkon Ke Pani

Hum ko to gardish -e- halaat pe rona aya,
Rone wale tujhe kis baat pe rona aya,
Kese jeete hain ye

Nazar Main Zakhm-e-Tabbasum Chupa Chupa k mila
Khafa To Tha Wo Magar Mujhse Muskura k Mila

Wo Hu

Dil hai ainaa-e-hairat se do-chaar aaj kii raat
Gam-e-dauran main hai aks-e-Gam-e-yaar aaj kii raat

Es Doar Ki Zulmat Mein Har Qalbe Preeshan Ko
Wo Daghe Muhabbat De Jo Chand Ko Sharma De

Teri har baat se anjaan bhi ho sakta hai,
Dil-e-wehshi, dil-e-nadaan bhi ho sakta hai,
Hum jahan b

Teri Ankhon Ki Qasam Zindagi Samjha Hai Tujhe

Tujh Ko Kuch Soch K Sanson Me Sharakat Di Hai...

Thus then did they fight as it were a flaming fire. Meanwhile the
fleet runner Antilochus, who had

Mohabbton mein har ik Lamha Wisal hoga, Ye teh hua tha

Bichar k bhi ik dusre ka khyal hoga, Ye te

Tum B AjeeB Ho..

Andheri raat me shamma jalana bhool jaty ho!
Hamari yaad aati hy btana bhool

Don't imitate me;
it's as boring
as the two halves of a melon.


Translated by Robert Hass
Ma

Aur to kuch nahi kiya mein ne..Bas apni haalat tabaahkar li hy ..

Mere Baad AhL_E_DiL Ki Sabhi MehFiL0n Main Jaa Ke....

Meri Shaayeri Larrey Gi, Mere Dil ky Kh00n

Yad Kar K Mujhe Takleef Hi Hoti Hogi
Aik Qissa Hun Purana Sa Bhula De Mujh Ko...

Kabhi Jo Toot K Barsa December
Laga Apna Bohat Apna December

Guzar Jata Hai Sara Saal Youn To
N

Faqiraana Aae Sadaa Kar Chale
Miyaan Khush Raho Ham Dua Kar Chale

Jo Tujh Bin Na Jeene Ko Kahte

Those who have come ashore
are neither meek nor poor.

Invaders to your land,
they mock the hel

apna har andaz aankhon ko tar-o-taza laga
kitne din ke baad mujh ko aaina achchha laga
sara aara

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