Treasure Island

Yashvardhan Goel


Jo jhukne ki adat rakhtey hein.......


Jo jhukne ki adat rakhtey hein
wahi duniya ko jhukane ki chahat karte hein
toot ti he tufan me tani hui dali hi
lachelepan se tufan ke badal bhi dartey hein

kuch pana he gar toh kismat se na darna
wqt tumhara he ya tum wqt k parwah na karna
anjam do apne kam ko puri siddat se
bas honsley buland ho aur awaz na karna

dil me tamanna par jhuti khwahishein na karna
jo kiya nahi gunah uski begunahi se kya darna
hona he roshan toh khud ko jalana sikh lo
bas ghamo ke ansu me khusi ke liye na marna
........................................ ........yyy

Submitted: Sunday, June 01, 2014

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