Treasure Island

kartik kocher

(hansi)

Aisa to nhi..., ?


Aisa to nhi k Dard hta nhi,
Bs fark itna k m Ab Rota nhi, ,
Dikh jata h jis Rat chehra Tera, , ,
Khuda ki kasm m Tb Sota nhi, , , ,


Aisa to nhi k yaad aati nhi,
Bs kya kahu k ab sahi jati nhi, ,
Teri judayi ne kaisa Dard diya mje, , ,
Bta du tje agr mil jaye kahin, , , ,


Aisa to nhi k m ab jita nhi,
Hara hu khudse, jindgi se jeeta nhi, ,
Tere bina m kya ho gya hu Ae dost, , ,
Tu jo sath hta to kbi pita nhi, , , ,


Aisa to nhi k tu he sb tha,
Na jane fir b ku tu mera Rub tha, ,
Kbi to tu mera ilam hua, , ,
Aur aj kahta h k m tera kab tha, , , ,

Submitted: Friday, February 21, 2014

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