Treasure Island

sanjay kumar maurya

(26/7/1990 / (up) india)

dil me rahkar dhokha diya jana nahi


Dil me rahkar dhokha diya jana nahin
wo sakhs bewfa tha magar pahchana nahin


us waqt hi sochna chahiye tha
ek ajnawi se dil lagana nahin


duniyan ko dos kyun dun mujhe khwahisho ne luta
mujhe mahboob chahiye tha jamana nahin


mai mufleesh tha, use mahlon ki chah thi
hatheli pe dil diya rakh ke magar mana nahin


dour-e-isq me mera nusq nahi tha magar
faqat use hi tha sath nibhana nahin


thak sa gaya hu apne wafa ka suboot dekar
na baba na, ab mujhe jatana nahin


wo bewfa, mai wafa, zang wajood pe hogi
ab mai ja nahin sakta, use aana nahin

Submitted: Sunday, January 12, 2014
Edited: Monday, January 13, 2014

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