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  • واجبست و جایزست و مستحیل  ** این وسط را گیر در حزم ای دخیل 
  • (But) it (prudence) is either necessary or allowable or absurd: take this middle course in prudence, O interferer.
  • گریان شدن امیر از نصیحت شیخ و عکس صدق او و ایثار کردن مخزن بعد از آن گستاخی و استعصام شیخ و قبول ناکردن و گفتن کی من بی‌اشارت نیارم تصرفی کردن 
  • How the admonition of the Shaykh and the reflexion of (the impression produced by) his sincerity moved the Amír to weep; and how after (having shown) that irreverence he gave up (to him the contents of) his treasury; and how the Shaykh preserved himself (from temptation) and refused to accept (the gift) and said, “I cannot take any action in the absence of an intimation (from God).”
  • این بگفت و گریه در شد های های  ** اشک غلطان بر رخ او جای جای 
  • He (the Shaykh) said this and began to weep with ecstatic cries, the tears rolling hither and thither down his cheeks.
  • صدق او هم بر ضمیر میر زد  ** عشق هر دم طرفه دیگی می‌پزد 
  • His sincerity touched the Amír's heart: Love is ever cooking a wondrous potful.
  • صدق عاشق بر جمادی می‌تند  ** چه عجب گر بر دل دانا زند 
  • The sincerity of the lover affects (even) an inanimate thing: what wonder if it make an impression on the mind of one possessed of knowledge?
  • صدق موسی بر عصا و کوه زد  ** بلک بر دریای پر اشکوه زد  2775
  • The sincerity of Moses made an impression on the rod and the mountain; nay, on the majestic sea.
  • صدق احمد بر جمال ماه زد  ** بلک بر خورشید رخشان راه زد 
  • The sincerity of Ahmad (Mohammed) made an impression on the beauty of the moon; nay, it stopped the course of the shining sun.
  • رو برو آورده هر دو در نفیر  ** گشته گریان هم امیر و هم فقیر 
  • With face turned to face in lamentation, both the Amír and the Dervish had fallen to weeping.
  • ساعتی بسیار چون بگریستند  ** گفت میر او را که خیز ای ارجمند 
  • After they had wept much for a while, the Amír said to him, “Arise, O worthy man,
  • هر چه خواهی از خزانه برگزین  ** گرچه استحقاق داری صد چنین 
  • And choose from the Treasury whatever thou wilt, albeit thou deservest a hundred such (treasuries).
  • خانه آن تست هر چت میل هست  ** بر گزین خود هر دو عالم اندکست  2780
  • The (treasure-) house is thine: choose anything thou desirest, (though) in truth the two worlds are little (in thy estimation).”