Fayyaz Hashmi

(1920 - 2011 / Calcutta / British India)

Tasviir terii dil meraa bahalaa na sakegii

tasviir terii dil meraa bahalaa na sakegii
ye terii tarah mujh se to sharmaa na sakegii

mai.n baat karuu.Ngaa to ye Khaamosh rahegii
siine se lagaa luu.Ngaa to ye kuchh na kahegii
aaraam vo kyaa degii jo ta.Dapaa na sakegii

ye aa.Nkhe.n hai.n Tahharii huu_ii.n cha.nchal vo nigaahe.n
ye haath hai.n sahame huye aur mast vo baahe.n
parachhaa_ii to i.nsaan ke kaam aa na sakegii

in ho.nTho.n ko "Faiyyaz" mai.n kuchh de na sakuu.Ngaa
is zulf ko mai.n haath me.n bhii le na sakuu.Ngaa
ulajhii hu_ii raato.n ko ye sulajhaa na sakegii

Submitted: Wednesday, May 09, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, May 09, 2012

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