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जज़्बात

Kuldeep Singh 1982 (Bulandshahr)



तेरे दिल पर है जो गुजरी
उसका हम एहसास करते हैं
भले ही दूर हैं तेरे दिल से
मगर तुमसे प्यार करते हैं
कर लें दूर गिले सिकवे
चलो कभी साथ हम बैठें
मिटा के दूरियाँ दिल की
वफ़ा की बात करते हैं ।।
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