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उंगली से शीशे पर लिखती हूँ नाम तुम्हारा

 
उंगली से शीशे पर लिखती हूँ नाम तुम्हारा
और घबरा कर मिटा देती हूँ
तुम क्या जानो मैं अपने दिल को तसल्ली
किस किस तरह देती हूँ
 
एक तुम हो कि मेरा ख्याल भुलाए बैठे हो
आँखों से दूर हो गए हो
मगर दिल में समाये बैठे हो
 
चाहती हूँ मेरी गोदी में सर रख
तुम मुझे लिख लिख कर कविता सुनाते रहो
मैं प्रेम मगन झूमती रहूँ
मुस्कुराती रहूँ नयनों में लिए जल
और बार बार तुम्हें चूमती रहूँ
 
चाहती हूँ मैं, मैं होने का एहसास भुला दूँ
तुम हो मुझे से दूर, अपना यह विश्वास मिटा दूँ
चाहती हूँ मैं, श्वास बन तुम में समा जाऊँ
तुम नहीं आ सकते मुझे मिलने
तो चलो मैं ही आ जाऊँ
 
प्राण बन के कण कण वायु का
रगों में दौड़ तुम्हारे दिल तक जाऊँ
और जानूं कहाँ रहता है तुम्हारा मन
 
मैं तो तुम्हारी न होकर भी
रह गई तुम्हारी ही बन
पर क्यों मेरे होकर भी
तुम न रह सके मेरे बन
 
क्या ख़ास है उस जिस्म में
जो बुझाता है तुम्हारी अगन
जानूं कैसे मन को भी
वश में कर लेता है तन
 
देखूँ तुम्हारी आँखों से
क्या बेमिसाल है वह हुस्न
जिस पर तुम मर गए हो
और कहूँ अपने दिल का हाल
बेहाल जिसे तुम कर गए हो
 
रो-रो कर करती हूँ याद तुम्हें
हर साँस में तुम्हारा नाम लेती हूँ
उंगली से शीशे पर लिखती हूँ नाम तुम्हारा
और घबरा कर मिटा देती हूँ

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बहुत बढ़िया! आप कविताएँ भी करते हैं, नवनीत जी?!

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