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  • بلک پیش از زادن تو سالها ** دیده باشندت ترا با حالها
  • Nay, they will have seen you (many) years before your birth —you together with all the circumstances (connected with you).
  • مژده دادن ابویزید از زادن ابوالحسن خرقانی قدس الله روحهما پیش از سالها و نشان صورت او سیرت او یک به یک و نوشتن تاریخ‌نویسان آن در جهت رصد
  • How Abú Yazíd (Bistámí) announced the birth of Abu ’l-Hasan Kharraqání—may God sanctify the spirit of them both—(many) years before it took place, and gave a detailed description of his outer and inner characteristics; and how the chronologers wrote it down for the purpose of observation.
  • آن شنیدی داستان بایزید ** که ز حال بوالحسن پیشین چه دید
  • Have you heard the story of Báyazíd—what he saw beforehand of the (spiritual) state of Bu ’l-Hasan?
  • روزی آن سلطان تقوی می‌گذشت ** با مریدان جانب صحرا و دشت
  • One day that sultan of piety was passing with his disciples (on the way) towards the open country and the plain.
  • بوی خوش آمد مر او را ناگهان ** در سواد ری ز سوی خارقان
  • Suddenly there came to him, in the district of Rayy, a sweet scent from the direction of Kháraqán.
  • هم بدانجا ناله‌ی مشتاق کرد ** بوی را از باد استنشاق کرد 1805
  • On the spot he uttered the lamentable cry of one who is yearning, and sniffed the scent from the breeze.
  • بوی خوش را عاشقانه می‌کشید ** جان او از باد باده می‌چشید
  • He was inhaling the sweet scent lovingly: his soul was tasting wine from the breeze.
  • کوزه‌ای کو از یخابه پر بود ** چون عرق بر ظاهرش پیدا شود
  • When “sweat” appears on the outside of a pot that is full of icy water,
  • آن ز سردی هوا آبی شدست ** از درون کوزه نم بیرون نجست
  • It has been turned into water by the coldness of the air: the moisture has not escaped from the inside of the pot.
  • باد بوی‌آور مر او را آب گشت ** آب هم او را شراب ناب گشت
  • The scent-bearing breeze became water for him; for him too the water became pure wine.
  • چون درو آثار مستی شد پدید ** یک مرید او را از آن دم بر رسید 1810
  • When the marks of intoxication appeared in him, a disciple questioned him concerning that breath (Divine afflatus);