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yun hota tu kia hota

نہ تھا کچھ تو خدا تھا، کچھ نہ ہوتا تو خدا ہوتا
ڈبویا مجھ کو ہونے نے نہ ہوتا میں تو کیا ہوتا

ہوا جب غم سے یوں بے حِس تو غم کیا سر کے کٹنے کا
نہ ہوتا گر جدا تن سے تو زانو پر دھرا ہوتا

ہوئی مدت کہ غالب مر گیا پر یاد آتا ہے
وہ ہر ایک بات پہ کہنا کہ یوں ہوتا تو کیا ہوتا

yun hota tu kia hota

نہ تھا کچھ تو خدا تھا، کچھ نہ ہوتا تو خدا ہوتا
ڈبویا مجھ کو ہونے نے نہ ہوتا میں تو کیا ہوتا

ہوا جب غم سے یوں بے حِس تو غم کیا سر کے کٹنے کا
نہ ہوتا گر جدا تن سے تو زانو پر دھرا ہوتا

ہوئی مدت کہ غالب مر گیا پر یاد آتا ہے
وہ ہر ایک بات پہ کہنا کہ یوں ہوتا تو کیا ہوتا

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Bahut Achha Bhi Lagta Hai,
achaanak is tarah dil ka dobarah mubtila hona,
muhabbat aashna hona,

Ye Aarazuu Thii Tujhe Gul Ke Ruu-Ba-Ruu Karate
Ham Aur Bul Bul-E-Betaab Guftaguu Karte

Payaam Ba

Kaha Tha Na K Yon Sote Hue Mat Chor K Jana
Mujhe Beshak Jaga Dena Bata Dena

Tumhain Rasta Badln

Aur bhi dukh hain zamany mainmohabat k siwa
mane tumse hi nahi sab se mohabt ki hai

Toot Jaye Jo Bharam Dil Ka To Phir Aankhon Sy

Boondein Chehry Pe Lahu Ki Bhi, Bikharti Hain Kabh

Mohabbat Ki Aseeri Se Rihaayi Maangtay Rehna
Bohat Aasaan Nahi Hota Judaai Maangtay Rehna
Zara Sa

Na Koi ranjj ka lamha kisi k paas aye

Khuda krey ke naya saal sab ko raas aye

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Log ishq kartay hain baray shor kay sath,
Humne bhi kia bare zor kay sath,
Lakin ab karain gay tho

Mere labon pe yeh muskurahat magar jo seenay main dard sa hai,
Isi jagah kyun bhattak raha hoon aga

HAIL holy light, ofspring of Heav'n first-born,
Or of th' Eternal Coeternal beam
May I express t

WE WANT the man who will lead the van,
The man who will pioneer.
We have no use for the gentleman,

میرے “اقبال“ میں شرمندہ ہوں تیری روح سے
تیرے خوابوں ک

Farigh To Na Bethy Ga Mehshar Mein Janoo'n Mera,
Ya Apna Girebaan Chaak, Ya Daaman-E-Yazdaa'n Chaak

Ab hai toota sa dil khud se bezaar sa
Iss haweli mein lagta tha darbaar sa
Iss tarah saath nibhana

Ab koi harf-e-dua kam nahi ay ga,
Ab wo mehtab sar-e-bam nahi ay ga,

Ab dhalay ga na kabi hijr k

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Sweet Echo, sweetest nymph that liv'st unseen
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Within thy airy shell
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By slow Meander'

In my sky at twilight you are like a cloud
and your form and colour are the way I love them.
You a

"Heaven"—is what I cannot reach!
The Apple on the Tree—
Provided it do hopeless—hang—
Tha

Lo! where the Moon along the sky
Sails with her happy destiny;
Oft is she hid from mortal eye
Or

Kaash ! Woh Ek Nayaa Dhang
Mere Qatal ka Ejaad Kare...

Mar Jaao'n Main Hichkiyoon Se Woh Iss Q

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