Treasure Island

Azhar Sabri

(10-01-1990 / Gaya, Bihar)

Daga-e Mohabbat


Yu to har lamho ko sanwara tha is kadar,
Kamyab zindagi ko magmoom kar gaya koi.

Usne ijhare mohabbat kiya hi kyu tha,
Is alam me mujhe posidah kar gaya koi.

Tumne to use chand se umdah samjha hamesha,
Is chand si roshni ko bhi gamgin kar gaya koi.

Tumne badi zafukash se bhula diya us manjar ko,
sabik us chiragah me magloob kar gaya koi.


Sabar rakhne walo ko manjil dikha de ya rab,
sare jahan me ye dua kar gaya koi.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, May 20, 2014

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A love which is ever blind, but lover cannot determine it in love, after loose their love they can understand about it, and always think like this poem.

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