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from the soul..

Rooh me..

Rooh mein faasle nahi
hote, kaash hum tum mile
nahi hote There would be no distances
between the souls, if we had
not met Ek saaya na saath jo deta,
do kadam bhi chale nahi
hote Had my shadow not been
with me, I would not have
been able to take (walk) even
two steps Zor-o-zabr se na haasil
kar, dil to shaahi qile nahi
hote (It) cannot be conquered by
force, the heart is not a royal
palace Yun achaanak mile kahin
hum tum, roz to zalzale
nahi hote Someday all of a sudden we
may meet each other,
Earthquakes do not happen
everyday Parting from loved ones is
always painful, separated by
death, distance, or emotions,
the soul is always torn to
pieces. It takes a lifetime and
sometimes even that is not enough, to stitch those pieces
together. Because when you
have loved and lost, things are
never the same. People,
friends, relatives stay for a
while, say a few comforting words and leave, but the
loneliness, the emptiness that
comes with the loss lasts
forever. This song describes this
emptiness in the life of
parents coping with the loss
of their child. It starts with
the grief that comes with such
a loss, that the soul would not have been torn into pieces like
this, had they never had the
child, that they were so lonely
that it was only their shadow
that kept them company as
they lived on, that they forced themselves to move
on, but matters of the heart
are not like a kingdom that
can be conquered by force.
The last line is somewhat
hopeful that just like an earthquake that is a very rare
and sudden but it still
happens, they hope that
someday all of a sudden they
may meet their lost child
again. I never want to know how it
feels to lose a child, but my
prayers and wishes are with
everyone who has suffered
such a loss. Hope you find the
strength to move on and start afresh.

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