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YuN hausla dil ne haaraa kab tha

YuN hausla dil ne haaraa kab tha
Sartaan mera sitaaraa kab tha

Laazim tha guzarna zindagi se
Bin zehr piye guzaaraa kab tha

Kuchh pal use aur dekh sakte
AshkoN ko magar gawaaraa kab tha

Hum khud bhi judaayi ka sabab the
Uska hi qusoor saaraa kab tha

Ab aur ke saath hai to kya dukh
Pahle bhi koi hamaaraa kab tha

Ek naam par zakhm khil uthe the
Qaatil ki taraf ishaaraa kab tha

Aaye ho to raushni hui hai!!
Is baam par koi taaraa kab tha

Dekha hua ghar tha par kisi ne
Dulhan ki tarah saNwaaraa kab tha

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Aj Khud Ka Zameer He Sawal Kar Betha
Kaha Hai Wo Mohabbat Jis Pe Naaz Tha...

Pretty women wonder where my secret lies.
I'm not cute or built to suit a fashion model's size
But

Ashiq thay sheher main jo puraane sharaab ke,
Hain un ke dil main vaswasay ab ehtisaab ke,
Woh jo

Bhaley Faraib Men Kese Phnsaa Gya Mujh Ko
Laga Jo Shakhs Haqeeqat Men Parsaa Mujh Ko

Yh Kesa Pya

Over the hill and over the dale,
And over the bourn to Dawlish--
Where gingerbread wives have a sc

The first thing I heard this morning
was a soft, insistent rustle,
the rapid flapping of wings
ag

Kal jab milay thay to dil me hua eik sound,
Or aaj milay to kehte ho your file not found,

Jo mud

On the fair green hills of Rio
There grows a fearful stain:
The poor who come to Rio
And can't go

[W.]

IF her disdain least change in you can move,
You do not love,
For when that hope gives fue

Har Ankh Num Hoti Hai Muharram Me
Aansu Shia Ya Sunni Nahi Hote...

Dil mein hum aik hi jazbe ko samoyen kese,
Ab tujhe paa ke yeh uljhan hai ke khoye kese,
Zehen chh

Kahin woh aa ke mitta na dain intezaar ka lutf,
Kahin qubool na ho jaaye iltejaa meri..

Kis Kis Se Wadey Kiye Muhabbat K Tu Ne...

Har Guzrta Shakhs Tere Ghar Ka Pata Pochhta Hay...

Jane kyon Ek khyaal sa aaya hai hamain
Ham nahin hon gey to kya kami ho gi
Poet ------
Murad khan

This is the city where men are mended.
I lie on a great anvil.
The flat blue sky-circle

Flew of

Kuch Mar Sa Gaya Hai Andar Mere
Ab Mera Dil Hasratain Nahi Karta...

chupke se guzarte hain ḳhabar bhi nahin hoti
din raat bhī kam-baḳht javānī kī tarah haiñ

Twenty men crossing a bridge,
Into a village,
Are twenty men crossing twenty bridges,
Into twenty

Tafseel Se Kese Sunain Ye Qissa Mohabbat Ka?
Ke Tum Masroof Ho Ab Tak Hame Barbad Karne Me..!

All afternoon I have been struggling to communicate in Italian with Roberto and Giuseppe, who have b

Urdu Poetry

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