Divyansh Lachhwani

Rookie (08-06-1988 / Gwalior)

Vo barish kabhi to aayegi


vo 2005 ki barish yaad aati hai
sochta hun jab us shamm ke bare me
to chehre par ek mithi si muskan ter jati hai
vo barish ka alam vo bhoodo ki ladi
vo badal ka thirakna vo intezaar ki ghadi

dekhne ko milti uski bas ek jalak
usko paane ki ti meri itni lalak
dil khush hua ki ab vo roz aane lagi thi
ab to mujhe vo barish bhi bhane lagi thi

bas dekhke hi usse me khush ho jata tha
dil to kahta tha ki kah dun usse apne dil ki baat
bas mera man hi dar ke maare mujhe rok jata tha
yun to usse baat bhi hoti thi
aji baat bhi kya kahiye
me bas sunta tha aur vo bas bolti thi

na manzoor hui kismat ko meri khushi
chali gayi mere chehre se vo hasi
jab pata chala ki vo mujhse dur chali jayegi
ab to vo yaha kabhi nhi aayegi

lekin ab vo rut badalne chuki hai
ab to sard hawaye chale lagi hai
suna suna sa lagta tha alam mujhe
ab to vo shaam bhi dhalne lagi hai

ab jab bhi baraat aati hai
to yaadein taza ho jati hai
dil me dard uthta hai
aur ankhe nam ho jati hai
baraat me jab bhi me ghoomta hun
to dukh ke ek-do ansu ro leta hun
taki koi agar mujhe pehchan bhi lega
to mere ansuo ko bhi barish ki boond hi samjhega

sochta hun vo shaam phir kabhi to aayegi
vo ghata kabhi to chhayegi
sochta hun vo barish phir kabhi to aayegi
phir se vo mithi si muskaan tar jayegi

Submitted: Friday, June 04, 2010

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