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1165-1174

  • بی‌زبان و لب همان نعمای شاه ** مدح شه می‌کرد و خلعتهای شاه 1165
  • Without tongue or lip (mutely) that bounty of the king was praising the king and the gifts of honour bestowed by him.
  • باز آمدن آن شاعر بعد چند سال به امید همان صله و هزار دینار فرمودن بر قاعده‌ی خویش و گفتن وزیر نو هم حسن نام شاه را کی این سخت بسیارست و ما را خرجهاست و خزینه خالیست و من او را بده یک آن خشنود کنم
  • How after several years the poet came back in the hope of (receiving) the same reward, and how the king according to his custom ordered a thousand dinars to be given to him, and how the new vizier, who was also named Hasan, said to the king, "This is very much: we have (great) expenses and the treasury is empty, and I will satisfy him with a tenth of that (sum)."
  • بعد سالی چند بهر رزق و کشت ** شاعر از فقر و عوز محتاج گشت
  • After some years the poet, on account of poverty and destitution, became in need for daily bread and seed-produce (the means of livelihood).
  • گفت وقت فقر و تنگی دو دست ** جست و جوی آزموده بهترست
  • He said, “At the time of poverty and close-handedness (want), it is better to seek out one who has been tried.
  • درگهی را که آزمودم در کرم ** حاجت نو را بدان جانب برم
  • The court which I have tried in regard to generosity—I will carry the new request to the same quarter.”
  • معنی الله گفت آن سیبویه ** یولهون فی الحوائج هم لدیه
  • That (celebrated) Síbawayh said (that) the meaning of (the name) Alláh (is that) they (His worshippers) take refuge (yawlahúna) with Him in (all) their needs.
  • گفت الهنا فی حوائجنا الیک ** والتمسناها وجدناها لدیک 1170
  • He said, “We have repaired for succour (alihná) unto Thee in our needs and have sought them (and) found them with Thee.”
  • صد هزاران عاقل اندر وقت درد ** جمله نالان پیش آن دیان فرد
  • In the hour of affliction hundreds of thousands of intelligent persons are all crying (for help) before that unique Judge.
  • هیچ دیوانه‌ی فلیوی این کند ** بر بخیلی عاجزی کدیه تند
  • Would any mad fool do this, (namely), continue to beg of a miser incapable (of liberality)?
  • گر ندیدندی هزاران بار بیش ** عاقلان کی جان کشیدندیش پیش
  • Unless the intelligent had experienced (God's beneficence) more than a thousand times, how should they have betaken themselves to Him?
  • بلک جمله‌ی ماهیان در موجها ** جمله‌ی پرندگان بر اوجها
  • Nay, all the fish in the waves (of the sea), all the birds in the lofty regions (of the sky),