Treasure Island

Bashir Badr

(15 February 1935 - / Ayodhya, India)

Achchha tumhare shehr ka dastoor ho gaya


Achchha tumhare shehr ka dastoor ho gaya
Jisko gale laga liya woh door ho gaya

Kaghaz mein dab key margaye keedey kitab ke
Deewana be padhe likhe mashhoor ho gaya

Mehlon mein ham ne kitne sitaare saja diye
Lekin zamin se chand bahut door ho gaya

Tanhaiyon ne tod di ham donon ki ana
Aina baat karne pe majboor ho gaya

Subhe visaal punch rahi hai ajab sawaal
Woh paas aagaya ke bahut door ho gaya

Kuchh phal zaroor ayenge roti key ped mein
Jis din mera matalba manzoor ho gay a

Submitted: Tuesday, May 08, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, May 08, 2012

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