Treasure Island

sikander punia

(13-09-1994 / ambala cantt)

Na Raha Bharosa

jab thi tu mere saath
haaton mai rakh k haath
saare din ki uljhan to mai bhul jaata
subha thi meri tere saath
raat thi meri tere saath
zindagi ke gam to mai bhul jaata
yahin ho gayi galti mujhse
na raha bharosa mera tujhpe
galti to sab se hoti h
galti mujhse bhi ho gayi
ab maaf bhi kar de mujhe
kyu dur itna ho gayi..

jab hoti thi tu mere saamne
aankhon mai daal k aankhain
dekhe the maine bahut sapne
chaha tha zindagi bhar tera saath
pagal hu mai itna aaj
yahin ho gayi galti mujhse
na raha bharosa mera tujhpe
tadapta hu mere lie ab
milegi tu mujhko ab
jis din tu mil jaegi
zindagi meri khil jaegi

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 09, 2014

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