Khwaja Mir Dard
Khwaja Mir Dard (Urdu: خواجہ میر درد) was born in 1721 and died in 1785. He is one of the three major poets of the Delhi School — the other two being Mir Taqi Mir and Mirza Sauda — who are considered the pillars of the classical Urdu ghazal.
Dard's Persian prose works are extensive, consisting of the Ilm ul Kitab, a 600+ page metaphysical work on the philosophy of the Muhammadi path, and the Chahar Risalat, collections of more than a thousand mystical aphorisms and sayings. 
دوستو! دیکھا تماشا یاں کا بس
|“||doston dekha tamasha yahan ka bas.
tum raho ab hum to apne ghar chale
Or as translated into English:
|“||My friend, we've seen enough fine sights, through which we loved to roam.
You stay on to enjoy them; we are ready to go home.
- Translation by David Matthews 
- Homayra Ziad, "Poetry, Music and the MuHammadī Path: How Khvājah Mīr Dard Brought Three Worlds Together in Eighteenth-Century Delhi," Journal of Islamic Studies, 21,3 (2010), 345-376.