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Zar ki namoos ki rasmon se baghaawat kar ke,

Zar ki namoos ki rasmon se baghaawat kar ke,
Kuch nahin paaye ga woh mujh se mohabbat kar ke,
Baiy’n karti huyi aankhain, yeh pareshan zulfain,
Aur kya chahte ho us se mohabbat kar ke,
Phool to phool hain zakhmon ke bhi nakhre hain yahan,
Hum ne dekha hai bohat in ki ibadat kar ke,
Yeh kisi jabr pe honton ko siyaa karte hain,
Zulam karte hain woh zaalim ki himayat kar ke,
Dil ke sehraao’n ki veeraaniya’n jati hi nahin,
Teri yaadon ne bhi dekha yahan hijrat kar ke,
Woh mere hijr ko bhi khail samajhta hai Wasi,
Laut jaye ga kisi roz sharaarat kar ke..

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All hail, once pleasing, once inspiring shade!
Scene of my youthful loves and happier hours!
Where

EVEN as when utter summer makes the grain
Bow heavily along through the whole land
It seems to m

Kya kahaa .. ishq jawdani hy ??
Aakhri baar mil rahi ho kya ??

O THOU Great Being! what Thou art,
Surpasses me to know;
Yet sure I am, that known to Thee
Are al

KHwab yun hi nahin hote pure
jaan-o-tan lagte hain pure pure
ras aaegi mohabbat us ko
jis se h

koi chez be-wafai se barh ker kia hogi,
Ghum-e-tanhai judai se barh ker kia hogi,

Kisi ko deni h

Zindagi ke jitne darwaaze hain
Sab mujh pe band hain,
Dekhna hadh-e-nazar se aage barrh kar
Dekhn

'TIS over, Moses! All is lost!
I hear the bells a-ringing;
Of Pharaoh and his Red Sea host
I hear

Then a lawyer said, "But what of our Laws, master?"

And he answered:

You delight in laying d

Qayamat Khaiz Hain
Aankhein Tumhari...!

Tum Aakhir Khuwaab
Kis K Dekhte Ho....?

Do ankhon mai do hi anso

Ik Tere liye ik Teri khatir

اس شرط پہ کھیلوں گی پیا پیار کی بازی
جیتوں تو تجھے پاؤں

Kis Qadar Haseen Manzar Hai
November Ki Ye Sard Shaam Hai
Aur Teri Yaad Hai
Mujhe Rula Deti Hai

I

Just as my fingers on these keys
Make music, so the self-same sounds
On my spirit make a m

Darwaza Jo Khola To Nazar Aaye KhaRe Woh
Hairat Hai Mujhe Aaj Kidhar Bhool PaRe Woh

Bhoolaa Na

When I go up through the mowing field,
The headless aftermath,
Smooth-laid like thatch with the he

dil ki girhen kahan wo kholta hai
chahaton mein bhi jhut bolta hai
sang-rezon ko apne hathon se

Aarzoo Dil Mein Yahi Thi Kabhi Aaisa Karte
Thaam Kar Haath Tera Shaam Ko Ghooma Karte

Main Bah

Jab kisi se koi gilaa rakhna,
Samne apne aayina rakhna,
Yuun ujaalon se waasta rakhna,
Shamaa ke

Tum Tamasha Roz KarteY Ho WaFaaon Ka JaFaaon Ka...

MereY DiL Mein Zara Thehro MoHaBBat SeeKh Jao

Urdu Poetry

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