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1833-1857

  • این سخن پایان ندارد باز گرد ** تا چه گفت از وحی غیب آن شیرمرد
  • This topic hath no end. Return (to the story), that (we may see) what that holy man (Báyazíd) said, (moved) by inspiration from the World Unseen.
  • قول رسول صلی الله علیه و سلم انی لاجد نفس الرحمن من قبل الیمن
  • The words of the Prophet, may God bless and save him, "Verily, I feel the Breath of the Merciful (God) from the direction of Yemen."
  • گفت زین سو بوی یاری می‌رسد ** کاندرین ده شهریاری می‌رسد
  • He (Báyazíd) said, “The scent of a friend is coming from this quarter, for a (spiritual) monarch is coming into this village.
  • بعد چندین سال می‌زاید شهی ** می‌زند بر آسمانها خرگهی 1835
  • After such and such a number of years a king will be born (here): he will pitch a tent above the heavens.
  • رویش از گلزار حق گلگون بود ** از من او اندر مقام افزون بود
  • His face will be coloured with roses from the rosery of God: he will surpass me in station.”
  • چیست نامش گفت نامش بوالحسن ** حلیه‌اش وا گفت ز ابرو و ذقن
  • (The disciple asked), “What is his name?” He replied, “His name is Bu ’l- Hasan,” and described his features—his eyebrows and chin;
  • قد او و رنگ او و شکل او ** یک به یک واگفت از گیسو و رو
  • He described his height and his complexion and his figure and spoke in detail of his locks of hair and his face.
  • حلیه‌های روح او را هم نمود ** از صفات و از طریقه و جا و بود
  • He also declared his spiritual features—his qualities and the way (he should follow in his religion) and his (spiritual) rank and estate.
  • حلیه‌ی تن هم‌چو تن عاریتیست ** دل بر آن کم نه که آن یک ساعتیست 1840
  • The bodily features, like the body (itself), are borrowed (transient): set not your heart on them, for they are lasting (only) one hour.
  • حلیه‌ی روح طبیعی هم فناست ** حلیه‌ی آن جان طلب کان بر سماست
  • The features of the natural (animal) spirit also are perishable: seek the features of that spirit which is above the sky.
  • جسم او هم‌چون چراغی بر زمین ** نور او بالای سقف هفتمین
  • Its body is on the earth, like a lamp, (but) its light is above the Seventh Roof (of heaven).
  • آن شعاع آفتاب اندر وثاق ** قرص او اندر چهارم چارطاق
  • Those rays of the sun are in the house, (but) their orb is in the Fourth Dome (of heaven).
  • نقش گل در زیربینی بهر لاغ ** بوی گل بر سقف و ایوان دماغ
  • The form of the rose is (placed) beneath the nose for idle pleasure's sake, (but) the scent of the rose is on the roof and palace of the brain.
  • مرد خفته در عدن دیده فرق ** عکس آن بر جسم افتاده عرق 1845
  • A man asleep sees terror (dreams of something which terrifies him) at Aden: the reflexion thereof appears as sweat on his body.
  • پیرهن در مصر رهن یک حریص ** پر شده کنعان ز بوی آن قمیص
  • The shirt (of Joseph) was in Egypt in the keeping of one exceedingly careful (of it): (the land of) Canaan was filled with the (sweet) scent of that shirt.
  • بر نبشتند آن زمان تاریخ را ** از کباب آراستند آن سیخ را
  • Thereupon they wrote down the (predicted) date: they adorned the spit with the meat for roasting.
  • چون رسید آن وقت و آن تاریخ راست ** زاده شد آن شاه و نرد ملک باخت
  • When the right time and date arrived, that (spiritual) king was born and played the dice of empire.
  • از پس آن سالها آمد پدید ** بوالحسن بعد وفات بایزید
  • After those years (had passed), Bu ’l-Hasan appeared (in the world) after the death of Báyazíd.
  • جمله‌ی خوهای او ز امساک وجود ** آن‌چنان آمد که آن شه گفته بود 1850
  • All his dispositions, (whether in the way) of withholding tenaciously or bestowing liberally, proved to be such as that (spiritual) king (Báyazíd) had foretold.
  • لوح محفوظ است او را پیشوا ** از چه محفوظست محفوظ از خطا
  • His (Báyazíd's) guide is “the guarded tablet.” From what is it guarded? It is guarded from error.
  • نه نجومست و نه رملست و نه خواب ** وحی حق والله اعلم بالصواب
  • The inspiration of God is not (like) astrology or geomancy or dreams—and God best knoweth what is right.
  • از پی روپوش عامه در بیان ** وحی دل گویند آن را صوفیان
  • The Súfís in explaining (their doctrine) call it (the Divine inspiration) the inspiration of the heart, in order to disguise (its real nature) from the vulgar.
  • وحی دل گیرش که منظرگاه اوست ** چون خطا باشد چو دل آگاه اوست
  • Take it to be the inspiration of the heart, for it (the heart) is the place where He is seen: how should there be error when the heart is aware of Him?
  • ممنا ینظر به نور الله شدی ** از خطا و سهو آمن آمدی 1855
  • O true believer, thou hast become seeing by the light of God: thou hast become secure from error and inadvertence.
  • نقصان اجرای جان و دل صوفی از طعام الله
  • The reduction of the allowance of God’s food for the soul and heart of the Súfí .
  • صوفیی از فقر چون در غم شود ** عین فقرش دایه و مطعم شود
  • When a Súfí is distressed by (the outward effects of spiritual) poverty, the very essence of poverty becomes his nurse and his food,
  • زانک جنت از مکاره رسته است ** رحم قسم عاجزی اشکسته است
  • Because Paradise hath grown from thing disliked, and Mercy is the portion of one who is helpless and broken.