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1603-1612

  • خویشتن را ساز منطیقی ز حال  ** تا نگردی هم‌چو من سخره‌ی مقال 
  • Make yourself one that speaks eloquently from ecstatic feeling, lest you become a slave to argumentation like me.”
  • سال کردن آن صوفی قاضی را 
  • How the Súfi questioned the Cadi.
  • گفت صوفی چون ز یک کانست زر  ** این چرا نفعست و آن دیگر ضرر 
  • The Súfi said, “Since (all) the gold is from a single Mine, why is this beneficial and that other harmful?
  • چونک جمله از یکی دست آمدست  ** این چرا هوشیار و آن مست آمدست  1605
  • Since the whole (Creation) has come from a single Hand, why tees has this one come sober and that one intoxicated?
  • چون ز یک دریاست این جوها روان  ** این چرا نوش است و آن زهر دهان 
  • Since (all) these rivers flow from a single Sea, why is this one honey and that one poison in the mouth?
  • چون همه انوار از شمس بقاست  ** صبح صادق صبح کاذب از چه خاست 
  • Since all lights are (derived) from the everlasting Sun, where fore did the true dawn and the false dawn rise?
  • چون ز یک سرمه‌ست ناظر را کحل  ** از چه آمد راست‌بینی و حول 
  • Since the blackness of every seeing person’s eye is (derived) from a single Collyrium wherefore did true, sight and strabism come (into being)?
  • چونک دار الضرب را سلطان خداست  ** نقد را چون ضرب خوب و نارواست 
  • Since God is the Governor of the Mint, how is it that (both) good and spurious coins are struck?
  • چون خدا فرمود ره را راه من  ** این خفیر از چیست و آن یک راه‌زن  1610
  • Since God has called the Way ‘My Way,’ wherefore is this, one a trusty escort and that one a brigand?
  • از یک اشکم چون رسد حر و سفیه  ** چون یقین شد الولد سر ابیه 
  • How can (both) the (noble) freeman and the (base) fool come from a single womb, since it is certain that the son is (the expression of) his father’s inmost nature?
  • وحدتی که دید با چندین هزار  ** صد هزاران جنبش از عین قرار 
  • Who (ever) saw a Unity with so many thousand (numbers), (or) a hundred thousand motions (proceeding) from the essence of Rest?”
  • جواب گفتن آن قاضی صوفی را 
  • The Cadi’s reply to the Súfi.