Sunday, July 1, 2012

Tere Khiyaal Hi Ko

Dhananjay Parmar


Hi friend’s
This is just poem and shayari,


Dil-o-Dimaag ko Ro Loongaa Aah Kar Loongaa
Tumhaare Ishq Mein Sab kuch Tabah Kar Loongaa,
Agar Mujhe Na Milein Tum Tumhaare Sar ki Qasam
Main Apni Saari Jawaani Tabaah Kar Loongaa,
Mujhe Jo Dair-o-Haram Mein kaheen Jagah Na Mili
Tere Khiyaal Hi ko Sajdaagaah Kar Loongaa,
Jo Tum Se kar Diyaa Mehroom Aasmaan Ne Mujhe
Main Apani Zindagi Sarf-e-Gunaah Kar Loongaa,
Raqeeb Se Bhi Milongaa Tumhaare Hukm Pe Main
Jo Ab Talak Na kiyaa Thaa Ab Aah Kar Loongaa,
Tumhaari Yaad Mein Main kaat Doongaa Hashr K Din
Tumhaare Hijr Mein Raaten Siyaah kar Loonga,
Hareem-e-Hazrat-e-Salamaa ki Simt Jaataa Hoon
Howa Na zabt To Chupake Se Aah Kar Loongaa,
Yeh Naubahaar Yeh Abr-o-Hawaa Yeh Rang-e-Sharaab
Chalo Jo Ho So Ho Ab To Gunaah Kar Loongaa,
kisi Haseenaa Kay Masoom Ishq Mein “Akhtar”
Jawaani kiya Hai Main sab kuch Tabah Kar Loongaa.



President Barack Obama jokes with senior advisors Mona Sutphen and David Axelrod during a birthday party April 15, for senior advisor Pete Rouse. Oval Office. Official White House Photo / Pete Souza, 30 April 2009


Tere Sang bitaya hua har lamha yaad ata hai mujhko,
Chale aao ke yeh hijr ki raatain bohat rulaati hain mujhko,
Tere aashiyane ko jaana, hum bhala kese aajaye,
Tere sheher ke log bohat satate hain mujhko,
Tu chahe kitna hi chupaa le, Mein phir bhi janta hoon,
Teri soch har mehwar yaad karta hai mujhko,
Khud mein jhaankta hoon tou yeh khayal ata hai,
Bin tere jeena bhi muhaal lagta hai mujhko,
Mein andheron ki nagri ka kamzor sa musafir,
Ab ujaalon ki musaaftain kahan raas ati hain mujhko,
Tere deed ki pyaas hi ab taskeen deti hai,
Teri miti huyi arzuyain hi chain deti hain mujhko,
Ae Husnain tamasha dekhne wale koi kam tou na they,
Ruswayiyon ke soghaat diye tere apnon ne mujhko..



President Barack Obama makes phone calls from the Oval Office with Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel and Assistant to the President for Legislative Affairs Phil Schiliro present on April 24. Official White House Photo / Pete Souza, 30 April 2009


Dhananjay Parmar