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Wisaal mousam guzar gaya to khayaal

Wisaal mousam guzar gaya to khayaal ban kar mila karein gay..
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Bicher gaey to hum ek mah-o-saal ban kar mila karein gay..
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Kitaab-e-ehd-o-wafa k ek ek warq pay apni khabar milay gi..
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Hum ehl-e-ulfat, muhabbaton ki misaal ban kar mila karein gay..
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Hazaar lamhon ki ho musaafat, diloon ki dharkan sunaai de gi..
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Guzartay lamhon ki har sadaa mein dhamaal ban kar mila karein gay..
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Abhi to lamhon ki dooriyon par bhatak rahay hain

magar kabhi hum..

Falak ki gardish mein aa gaey tou hilaal ban kar mila karein gay….

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Ab aayen ya na ayen idhar puuchte chalo,
Kyaa chahti hai un ki nazar puuchte chalo,
Ham se agar ha

وضع میں تم ہو نصاری تو تمدن میں ہنود
یہ مسلماں ہیں جنہی

Raaz-e-dil na sunana kisi ko FARAZ,
Duniya mein sab hamraz badal jatay hain,

kisi ki qaid se aazad ho ke rah gae hain
tabah ho gae barbaad ho ke rah gae hain
ab aur kya ho t

Safar tanha nahin karte
Suno aesa nahin karte

Chalo tum raz ho apna
Tumhain afsha nahin karte

Now, my co-mates and brothers in exile,
Hath not old customs make this life more sweet
Than that

His vision, from the constantly passing bars,
has grown so weary that it cannot hold
anything else

Kabhi kabhi mere dil main khayaal ata hai,
Ke zindagi teri zulgon ki narm chaaon main,
Guzarne paa

I wanted to write
a poem
that rhymes
but revolution doesn't lend
itself to be-bopping

the

Beloved! amid the earnest woes
That crowd around my earthly path-
(Drear path, alas! where grows

Bole Tu Sahi Jhot Hi Bole Wo Bla Se

Zalam Ka Lab-o Lehja Dil Aawez Bohat Hai

na jane kis bat ki wo mujh ko saza dayta hai
mere hansti hoye ankhon ko rula dayta hai

hum ko ma

Ek din hamare annsoon humse pooch baithe…

Humey roz -roz kyon bulate ho,

Humne kaha, hum yaa

The blessed damozel lean'd out
From the gold bar of Heaven;
Her eyes were deeper than the depth
O

Tu Usse Apni Tamannaon Ka MarkaZ Na Bana

Chaand To Harjai Hai Har Ghar Mein Utar Jaata Hai

When you thought me poor,
my poverty was shaming.
When blackness was unwelcome
we found it best

Mila Kar Khaak Me Mujh Ko Wo Kuch Is Ada Se Bola
Khilona Tha Ye Matti Ka, Kahan Rakhne K Qabil Tha.

koi mansab koi dastar nahin chahiye hai
shahzadi mujhe darbar nahin chahiye hai
aaKHiri ashk se

Na hamsukhan se, na maiN hamzabaaN se poochhooNga

MaiN apnay ghar ka pataa laamakaaN se poochhoo

Consumed with grief I am, I get relief in no way
O circumambient waters of the Ganges drown me

O

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