Treasure Island

Sahir Ludhianvi

(8 March 1921 - 25 October 1980 / Faisalabad, Punjab / India)

Ab aayeiN ya na aayeiN


Ab aayeiN ya na aayeiN idhar puuchhate chalo
kyaa chaahati hai un ki nazar puuchhate chalo

ham se agar hai tark-e-ta'alluq to kyaa huaa
yaaro! koi to un ki Khabar puuchhate chalo

jo Khud ko kah rahe haiN ki manzil shanaas haiN
un ko bhii kyaa Khabar hai magar puuchhate chalo

kis manzil-e-muraad ki jaanib ravaaN haiN ham
ai rah-ravaan-e-Khaak-ba-sar puuchhate chalo

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2012

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