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Sunday, 9 January 2011

Shayari

YUNHI KYA KAL BHI MERE GHAR ME ANDHERA HOGA
RAAT KE BAAD SUNA HAI KI SAWERA HOGA
MAI TO LUT JAONGA LEKIN MERE LUT JAANE KE BAD
KHUD HI LUT JAANE KO BETAAB LUTERA HOGA

SHAMA EK MUAM KE PEAKAR KE SIWA KUCH BHI NAHI
AAG JUB TAN ME LAGATI HAI TU JAAN AATI HAI

HUM SAMNDAR KI TARAH ZARF E WASEEH RAKHTE HAI
DIL ME TUFAAN HU CHEHRE PE SUKOON RAKHTE HAI

BAITHE HUYE DETE HAI WO DAMAN SE HAWAAYEEN
ALLAH KARE HUM NA KABHI HOSH ME AAYEEN

SAB KE HONTO PE TABSSUM THA MERE QATAL KE BAAD
JANE KYA SOCH KAR ROTA RAHA QATIL TANHA

TALKHI E GHAM NA CHALAK JAAYE KAHIYEE AAKNHO SE
MUSKURAT HUN YAHI RAAZ CHUPANE KE LIYE

CHAND HI ROZ KI RAFAQAT ME
LAZAAT E KARB CHAKH CHUKA HU MAIN
MUHTARAM MERI SAAF GOYEE MAAF
AAP KO BHI PARAKH CHUKA HU MAI

YE KYA HUA TERI DUNIYA KO AAYE KHUDA E KAREEM
KI ZINDA LOG TARSTEE HAI ZINDAGI KE LIYE

RAHA YUNHI NAMUKAMAL MERE ISHQ KA FASANA
KABHI MUJH KO NEEND AAYIE KABHI SO GAYA ZAMANA

ZAMANA BADE SHAOQ SE SUN RAHA THA
HUME SO GAYE DASTAN KAHTE KAHTE

SHAMA NE JAN LI IS WAHAM ME PARWANE KI
SUBAH KO AAM NAHUJAAYE KAHI RAAT KI BAAT

KHULUS DIL SE HU SIJADA TU US SAJIDE KE KHANE
WAHI KABA SARAK AAYA JABEEN HUM NE JAHA RAKHDI

JAHANE FAANI KI HALATOO PER BAHOOT TAWAJAH ABAS HAI AKBAR
JO HOCHUKA HAI WO PHIR NA HOGA, JO HU RAHA HAI WO HU CHUKEEGA....

HADSOO KA KYA HAI YE TO ZINDAGI KA SAATH HAI
EK SE BACH KER CHALOGE TO DUSRA MIL JAYEEGA

DAMAN KO HAATH ME LIYE KAHTA THA YE QATIL
KAB TAK ISE DHOTA RAHOO LALI NAHI JAATI

DIL NE EK CHEEZ BE BAHA MAANGI HAI
HUSN E MAGROOR KI FITRAAT SE WAFA MANGI HAI

4 comments:

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  2. From the moment I picked your book up until I laid it down, I was convulsed with laughter. Someday I intend reading it.

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  3. It's always good when women win things in fiction because it tends to be more male-dominated, unlike poetry, which is more equal.

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  4. A man who fears suffering is already suffering from what he fears.

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