Anish Chouhan

(14.03.1984 / Ballarshah)

Yaad. (Hindi)


Agar yaad na karte to tumhe kis tarah paate,

Hum to bus khushiyon se koso door rah jaate,

Yaad itni meethi ho to koi fir kaise apne dil ko sambhale,

Na milti tum to shayad pyaar karna bhul jaate.

Ek viran samandar me gote kar doob jaate,

Shukragujar hai khuda ka jo tumne yun sambhala,

Jine ka magra, aur saath nibhane ka tark sikhlaya,

Varna ye tanha dil aur mann na keh paate na maang paate,

Bus vo aksa ki talash me andhere me kho jaate,

Saundhi si shaam me khilne se pehele murjha jaate.

Submitted: Saturday, December 28, 2013
Edited: Sunday, January 05, 2014

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