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  • می‌زنم نعره درین روضه و عیون  ** خلق را یا لیت قومی یعلمون 
  • Amidst these gardens and fountains I am crying to the people, ‘Oh, would that my folk did but know!’”
  • باز خواندن شه‌زاده نصوح را از بهر دلاکی بعد از استحکام توبه و قبول توبه و بهانه کردن او و دفع گفتن 
  • How the princess again invited Nasúh to shampoo her, after his repentance had taken firm hold and was accepted (by God), and how he made an excuse and refused to comply.
  • بعد از آن آمد کسی کز مرحمت  ** دختر سلطان ما می‌خواندت 
  • Afterwards some one came (to Nasúh), saying, “The daughter of our sovereign graciously invites thee.
  • دختر شاهت همی‌خواند بیا  ** تا سرش شویی کنون ای پارسا 
  • The King's daughter invites thee: come and wash her head now, O devout one.
  • جز تو دلاکی نمی‌خواهد دلش  ** که بمالد یا بشوید با گلش 
  • Her heart desires no shampooer except thee to massage her or wash her with clay.”
  • گفت رو رو دست من بی‌کار شد  ** وین نصوح تو کنون بیمار شد  2320
  • He answered, “Begone, begone! My hand is not in practice, and thy (friend) Nasúh is now fallen sick.
  • رو کسی دیگر بجو اشتاب و تفت  ** که مرا والله دست از کار رفت 
  • Go, look for some one else hastily and speedily, for by God my hand has gone out of business.”
  • با دل خود گفت کز حد رفت جرم  ** از دل من کی رود آن ترس و گرم 
  • (Then) he said to himself, “My sin passed beyond (all) bounds: how should that terror and anguish (ever) go from my mind?
  • من بمردم یک ره و باز آمدم  ** من چشیدم تلخی مرگ و عدم 
  • I died (to self) once (and for all), and (then) I came back (to spiritual life): I tasted the bitterness of death and non-existence.
  • توبه‌ای کردم حقیقت با خدا  ** نشکنم تا جان شدن از تن جدا 
  • I have turned to God with real repentance: I will not break (that vow) till my soul shall be parted from my body.
  • بعد آن محنت کرا بار دگر  ** پا رود سوی خطر الا که خر  2325
  • After such a tribulation, whose foot should move towards danger a second time, unless it be (the foot of) an ass?”
  • حکایت در بیان آنک کسی توبه کند و پشیمان شود و باز آن پشیمانیها را فراموش کند و آزموده را باز آزماید در خسارت ابد افتد چون توبه‌ی او را ثباتی و قوتی و حلاوتی و قبولی مدد نرسد چون درخت بی‌بیخ هر روز زردتر و خشک‌تر نعوذ بالله 
  • Story demonstrating that (when) a person repents and feels remorse and then forgets his feelings of remorse and tries again what he has tried (before), he falls into everlasting perdition. Unless his repentance be reinforced by a (great) firmness and strength and by a (great) sweetness and acceptance (experienced inwardly), it is like a rootless tree, more faded and withered every day. We take refuge with God (from that).