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Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal
kabhi gunah se pehle, to kabhi gunah k bad

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal
kabhi gunah se pehle, to kabhi gunah k bad

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal
kabhi gunah se pehle, to kabhi gunah k bad

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal

Zameer jag hi jata hai, ager zindah ho iqbal
kabhi gunah se pehle, to kabhi gunah k bad

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Sometimes, you have to give up on people.
Not because you don't care
But
Because they dont.

Es Eid Par Tum Aa Jaatay Aa Kar Mujhe Gale Se Laga Jaatay.
Teri Judaai K Gham Sajhe Hain.
Tum Aa

As some fond virgin, whom her mother's care
Drags from the town to wholesome country air,
Just whe

Main Houn Majbor Apnay Dil Say Mujhko,,

Paraya Gham Bhi Apna Gham Lagta Hai,,

The seeds I sowed -
For week unseen -
Have pushed up pygmy
Shoots of green;
So frail you'd think

Avoiding something doesn't always
mean that u hate it..

It could also mean that u want it,
but

Koi Raat Mere Aashna, Mujhe Yun Bhi To Naseeb Ho
Na Rahe Khayal Libaas Ka, Wo Itna Mere Qareeb Ho

Hum ne jo deep jalaye hain teri galiyon mein,
Apne kuch khawb sajaye hain, teri galiyon mein,
Jaan

Aankhon main raha dil main utar kr nahin dekha,
Kashti ke musafir ne samandar nahin dekha,
Be-waqt

Koi baat aesi kiya karo, koi lafz aesa likha karo,
Miley jis se dil ko qaraar sa, koi shair aesa pa

Mein To Uss Ki Aaqabat Beeni Ka Kuch Qael Nahin
Jis Ne Afrangi Siasat Ko Kiya Yun Behijab

Philo with twelve years' study hath been grieved
To be understood ; when will he be believed?
Joh

Be-Waja Nahi Roota Ishq Mein Koi ‘Ghalib’,
Jisy Khud Se Barh Ke Chaho, Wo Rulata Zaroor Hai…

Tum Ne Dil Ki Baat Keh Di Aaj Ye Acha Huwa
Hum Tumhein Apna Samjhtey Thay Bara Dhoka Huwa

Jab

Khatir se ya lehaz se main maan to geya,
Jhooti qasam se aap ka iman to geya,
Dil le ke muft kehte

Zakhm par chhidken kahan tiflaan-e-be-parwa namak,
kya maza hota agar patthar mein bhi hota namak.

A girl whose cheeks are covered with paint
Has an advantage with me over one whose ain't.
Ogden N

Suna hai mere baad ab wo Hansta b nahi hai
Badal geya hai ab wo Pehle jaisa Bhi nahi hai

Sab keh

What can I tell you that you don't know
that will make you tremble again?

Forsythia
by the road

Somebody said, in the crowd, last eve,
That you were married, or soon to be.
I have not thought o

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