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Pramila Davidson


Dohas


मेरे सर ताज, मै` तूझे सौ सलाम कर लेती
के काश तेरी पनाह मिल जाती
मगर तू तॊ यु दिलॊ जान मे समाया
के कही दिखा ही नही

Mere sar taaj main tujhe sau salaam kar letii
ke kaash terii panaah mil jaati.
Magar tu tou yun dilojaan main samaaya
ke kahiin dikha hi nahiin

................................... ................................................. ..............................

तू साजन राजन,
मै हू` एक फ़कीर
तेरे दर की मै` हु' एक लकीर

Tu saajan raajan,
main huun ek fakir,
tere dar ki hoon main ek lakir.

Submitted: Sunday, December 29, 2013
Edited: Monday, December 30, 2013

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