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Kuch Jazbaat By Sakshi (with English Summary)

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Kuch Jazbaat

By Sakshi Gangwani

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Kuch jazbaat aisey hain

Jo chupi ki chaadar odey

Ek band muthhi mein

Bandh Kar reh jate Hain

Sans Lena toh chahte Hain

Par ghut ghut Kar adh mare

Ho jaate Hain

Udney ki chahat Hain

Khule aasma ka sapna

bhi hai aankhon mein

Par kyunki pankh Kat Gaye hai

Sapne …..sapne hee reh jaate hai

Phir ek roshni ki Kiran

Umeed ka daaman pakdati hai

Aur ehsaas hota hai

Sapno Tak pahuchne ke liye

Pankhon ki zaroorat hi nahi

Gar shiddat hai toh woh

Khud chalke pass aa jate hai

By Sakshi


(English Summary)

When you want say and yet can not speak. When the dreams and desires are on the verge of suffocation because you fear judgement and what others will think but then a little hope gives you strength and you realize your dreams are bigger than people …… If you work with vigor and right intent you won’t have to …your dreams will follow you instead

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