Love is the easiest to talk about, yet the hardest to explain. It's a unanimous feeling, experienced differently by each one. Love isn't bereft of loss and longing; it in fact, is coherent with pain.
The ghazal "Ranjish hi sahi" is a lover's plea to his beloved, to revert to him, even if to hurt him. The couplet(sher) in the picture defies the usual norm of love, on the surface of it. For lovers, the world be damned! The poet, however, in his desperation to get back with his beloved shows himself to be at the mercy of the world that can't bear to see them apart, and is doomed by their separation. He urges her to get back with him, not for the sake of his love, but for the world to restore its sanity.
Ah, the things that love makes him say, do, ask, believe! He embraces pain, for pain is all he has, left of his beloved. A glimpse of her is worth his heart fragmenting into a million pieces, each echoing his love for her. He'd destroy himself every second, for a second's worth of her love.
He has no self, other than the self that mourns her loss, the self that longs for her, the self that loves her!
Her love is the remedy to the malady that his love is.
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