شكست دل صدا دارد ندارد

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ديوانه ميشوی بخدا ای عزيز من

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دلم از شيوه های يار تنگ است

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جان بلب آمده و نيست بسر هيچكسم

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نماز عشقان ای مفتی عشق

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شيرين گذشت و خاك ورا باد ميبرد

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شکست دل صدا دارد، ندارد؟

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فکر کن ای نازنین بیگانه وار از من مرو

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غیر را در بزم ناز خویش والی کرده ای

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داری خبر كه هرقدر اشعار ساختم

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منظور نیک و بد بود آثارم عشقری

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من ضرب تيغ ابروی نازت شمرده ام

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من سوختم ز شیوه گرگ آشنایت

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مجبور بودم عشقری چون چاره ام نبود

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گر رفت عشقری ز درت بد گمان مشو

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ضرب تيغ ابروی نازت شمرده ام

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پی آزار من يار از رقيبان ياد ميارد

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آن شوخ دلنواز چو کبک دری گذشت

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ای محبت عاقبت کندی تو بنیاد مرا

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