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Amit Verma

(08/05/1983 / Moradabad)

'Kya Hua Tera Wada'


06.05.10

Title: - 'Kya Hua Tera Wada'

Is taraha yu wada thod kar na ja,
Mujhe is taraha akela chod kar na ja,
Agar is taraha akela chod kar hi jana tha tho kyo zindgi mein aye,
Agar sath nahi nibhana tha tho kyo sath jine ke sapne dikhaye,
Teri in ankho mein mujhe aaj bhi wafa nazar aa rahi hai,
Phir na jaane kyo tu mujhe chod kar ja rahi hai,
Har lamha thujko meri yaad satayegi,
Mere bin ye zindgi teri kat na payegi,
Ye tu janti hai ya tera rab janta hai,
Ki mere bin tu bhi rahe na payegi,
Mohabbat meri ye ek din aisa rang layegi,
Tu duad kar aa mujhe gale lagayegi.................


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Submitted: Thursday, May 06, 2010

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