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Zendeghi Bee Kis Qadar Majhboor Hay

Zendeghi Bee Kis Qadar Majhboor Hay
Ju Tha Pas Dil Kay Ubh Wo Dour Hay
Unhein Jany Qun Khud Par Gharoor Hay
Hum Nay Bee Keh Diya Dili Hanooz Dour Hay
Kaee Baar Uss Kay Liye Dil E Nadaan Machlaa Zaroor Hay
Humara Nahi Ye Tu Bas Umar Ka Qasoor Hay
Wo Samjha Tha Khud Ko Jasay Lazim O Malzoom Hay
Wo Nahi Humara Pal Ka Mehmaan Zaror Hay
Mehmaan Kay Janay Ka Sogh Kia Naguzeer Hay
Khan Zindeghi Ek Safar Hay
Palat Kay Dekhna Fazool Hay

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'And ask ye why these sad tears stream?'

‘Te somnia nostra reducunt.’
OVID.

And ask ye wh

Meri saari zindagi ko be-samar usne kiya

Umr meri thi magar us ko basar usne kiya

MaiN bahut k

misal-e-barg kisi shaKH se jhaDe hue hain
isi liye to tere panw mein paDe hue hain
zamin ne unch

ON the wide veranda white,
In the purple failing light,
Sits the master while the sun is lowly bur

Iss Dafa Barishain Rukti Hi Nahi Faraz
Hum Ne Ansu Kiya Piya Sare Mosam Ro Pare

In Barishon Se D

Bahaar tham, abhi jashn-E-bahaar baqi hai
Rubaru gul hai, par deedar-E-yaar baqi hai

Hazaar sa

Utton Le K Thally Wekhan

Tere Jussy Wally Wekhan

Kehri Shay Di Aakar Bandeya

Ki A Tere Pall

Wisal Main Bhi Dil-e-Bezaar Utha Laaen Ge,
Kab? Kahan? Kiya? Mere Dildaar Utha Laaen Ge.

Chahi

KaheeN KartAy Nahi izhaaR, ChuP Hain
HamaiN Tou HukaM Hay Sarkar, ChuP Hain
.
Kahani Kuch BatanA

Tum Bin Jiya Jaye Kaise, ,
Kaise Jiya Jaye Tum Bin, ,
Sadiyun Se Lambi Hain Ratain, ,
Sadiyun Se

Woh mujhe bhool bhi to sakta Hai !!
Main uska Emaan to nahin hon na !!
:'(
Poet ~~~~
Murad khan

A woman who my mother knows
Came in and took off all her clothes.

Said I, not being very old,
'

Usko Mera Halka Sa Ehsas To Hai, ,
Bedard Sahi WO Mera Hamraz To Hai, ,
Wo Aye Na Aye Mere Pas Lek

Maikada tha chaandni thi main na tha,
ek mujassam bekhudi thi main na tha.

Ishq jab dum todta th

Bemaar ko maraz ki davaa deni chahiye,
Main peena chahta hoon pilaa deni chahiye,
Allah barkaton s

I was trying to love matter.
I taped a sign over the mirror:
You cannot hate matter and love for

'You are old, father William,' the young man said,
'And your hair has become very white;
And yet y

Kisi Ka Yun Toh Hua Kaun Umar Bhar Phir Bhi
Ye Husn-O-Ishq Ka Dhokha Hai Sab Magar Phir Bhi

Haza

Ajeeb si kashish hai app me ki hum
aap ke khaylo me khoye rehtay hain...
ye soch k aap khuwabon ma

tumhaare hijr ko kafi nahin samajhta main
kisi malal ko hatmi nahin samajhta main
ye aur baat ki

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