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Zara Si Der Ko Aye The Khwab Ankhon Mein

Zara Si Der Ko Aye The Khwab Ankhon Mein
Phir Us K Bad Musalsal Azab Ankhon Mein

Wo Jis K Nam Ki Nisbat Se Raushan Tha Wujud
Khatak Raha Hai Wahi Aftab Ankhon Mein

Jinhen Mata-E-Dil-O-Jan Samajh Rahe The Ham
Wo Aine Bhi Hue Behijab Ankhon Mein

Ajab Tarah Ka Hai Mausam K Khak Urti Hai
Wo Din Bhi The K Khile The Gulab Ankhon Mein

Mere Gazal Teri Wahshaton Ki Khair Ki Hai
Bahut Dinon Se Bahut Iztarab Ankhon Mein

Na Jane Kaisi Qayamat Ka Peshkhema Hai
Ye Uljhane Teri Be-Intasab Ankhon Mein

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My dove, my beautiful one,
Arise, arise!
The night-dew lies
Upon my lips and eyes.

The odo

Tasawur Me Zarur Ao Magar Tairna Sekho Faraz
Tum Aksar Doob Jate Ho Meri Aankhon K Pani Me...

Mat pooch sabar ki intihaa kahan tak hai,
Tu sitam kar le teri taaqat jahan tak hai,
Wafaa ki umee

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

Ik safar main koi dobaara nahin lutt sakta,
Ab dobara teri chaahat nahin ki jaa sakti..

sarw-qad lala-ruKH o ghuncha-dahan yaad aaya
phir bahaar aai mujhe lutf-e-chaman yaad aaya
go ki

If thy soul check thee that I come so near,
Swear to thy blind soul that I was thy Will,
And will

How good—to be alive!

How infinite—to be

Alive—two-fold—The Birth I had

And this

Muhabbt Ki Tamna Hai To Phir Wo Vasf Peda Kr
Jahan Sy Ishq Chalta Hai Wahan Tk Naaam Peda Kr

Ag

Mohabbaton Ki Saza Be-Misal Di Usne
Udas Rehne Ki Adat He Dal Di Usne...

Bohat Takleef deti hain, teri Yaadein teray Qisay, teri baatein,

Faqat itna hi kehna hai, k loat

When the cabin port-holes are dark and green
Because of the seas outside
When the ship goes wop (w

koi bagh sa saja hua mere samne
ki badan hai koi khila hua mere samne
wahi aankh hai ki sitara h

Kho K Pachtao Ge Har Lamha Ta-Umar
Hum Honge, Na Koi Hum Sa Hoga...

Ki Muhammad(Pbuh) Se Wafa Tu Ne To Hum Tere Hain
Ye Jahan Cheez Hai Kya Loh-O-Qalam Tere Hain

Hum na hotey to kisi aur ke charchey hotey,
Halqat*-e-sheher to kehne ko fasaaney mangey..

kahin se lauT ke hum laDkhaDae hain kya kya
sitare zer-e-qadam raat aae hain kya kya
nasheb-e-ha

For John Malcolm Brinnin and Bill Read: Duxbury


It was cold and windy, scarcely the day
to ta

On landing, the first voice one hears is from
An English police-constable; a man
Respectful, con

hath hathon mein na de baat hi karta jae
hai bahut lamba safar yun to na Darta jae
ji mein Thani

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