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1612-1636

  • 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.
  • گفت قاضی صوفیا خیره مشو  ** یک مثالی در بیان این شنو 
  • The Cadi said, “O Súfi’ do not be perplexed: hearken to a parable in explanation of this (mystery)
  • هم‌چنانک بی‌قراری عاشقان  ** حاصل آمد از قرار دلستان 
  • (‘Tis) just as the disquiet of lovers is the result of the tranquillity of the one who captivates their hearts.
  • او چو که در ناز ثابت آمده  ** عاشقان چون برگها لرزان شده  1615
  • He stands immovable, like a mountain, in his disdain, white his lovers are quivering like leaves.
  • خنده‌ی او گریه‌ها انگیخته  ** آب رویش آب روها ریخته 
  • His laughter stirs (them to) tears, his glory causes their glories to fade.
  • این همه چون و چگونه چون زبد  ** بر سر دریای بی‌چون می‌طپد 
  • All this conditionality is tossing like foam on the surface of the unconditioned Sea.
  • ضد و ندش نیست در ذات و عمل  ** زان بپوشیدند هستیها حلل 
  • In its (the Sea’s) essence and. action there is neither opposite nor like: by it (alone) are (alt) existences clothed in robes (of existence).
  • ضد ضد را بود و هستی کی دهد  ** بلک ازو بگریزد و بیرون جهد 
  • How should an opposite bestow being and existence on its opposite? Nay, it flees and escapes from, it.
  • ند چه بود مثل مثل نیک و بد  ** مثل مثل خویشتن را کی کند  1620
  • What, is (the meaning of) nidd? The like (mithl), the like of (something) good or bad. How should a like make its own like?
  • چونک دو مثل آمدند ای متقی  ** این چه اولیتر از آن در خالقی 
  • When there are two likes, O God-fearing man, why should this one be more fit than that one for (the purpose of) creating?
  • بر شمار برگ بستان ند و ضد  ** چون کفی بر بحر بی‌ضدست و ند 
  • Opposites and likes, in number as the leaves of the orchard, are (but) as a flake of foam on the Sea that hath no like or opposite.
  • بی‌چگونه بین تو برد و مات بحر  ** چون چگونه گنجد اندر ذات بحر 
  • Perceive that the victory and defeat of the Sea are unconditioned: how, (then), should there be room for conditionality in the essence of the Sea?
  • کمترین لعبت او جان تست  ** این چگونه و چون جان کی شد درست 
  • Your soul is the least of its playthings; (yet) how can the quality and description of the soul be ascertained?
  • پس چنان بحری که در هر قطر آن  ** از بدن ناشی‌تر آمد عقل و جان  1625
  • Such a Sea, then, with every drop whereof the intellect and the spirit are more unfamiliar than the body—
  • کی بگنجد در مضیق چند و چون  ** عقل کل آنجاست از لا یعلمون 
  • How should it be contained in the narrow room of quantity and quality? There (even) Universal Reason is one of the ignorant.
  • عقل گوید مر جسد را که ای جماد  ** بوی بردی هیچ از آن بحر معاد 
  • Reason says to the body, ‘O lifeless thing, hast thou ever had a scent of the Sea whither all return?’
  • جسم گوید من یقین سایه‌ی توم  ** یاری از سایه که جوید جان عم 
  • The body replies, ‘Assuredly I am thy shadow: who would seek help from a shadow, O soul of thy uncle?’
  • عقل گوید کین نه آن حیرت سراست  ** که سزا گستاخ‌تر از ناسزاست 
  • Reason says, ‘This is the house of bewilderment, not a house where the worthy is bolder than the unworthy.’
  • اندرینجا آفتاب انوری  ** خدمت ذره کند چون چاکری  1630
  • Here the resplendent sun pays homage to the mote, like a menial.
  • شیر این سو پیش آهو سر نهد  ** باز اینجا نزد تیهو پر نهد 
  • In this quarter the lion lays his head (in submission) before the deer; here the falcon lays (droops) his wings before the partridge.
  • این ترا باور نیاید مصطفی  ** چون ز مسکینان همی‌جوید دعا 
  • (If) you cannot believe this, (then) bow is it that Mustafa (Mohammed) seeks a blessing from the lowly poor?
  • گر بگویی از پی تعلیم بود  ** عین تجهیل از چه رو تفهیم بود 
  • If you reply that it was for the purpose of teaching (his followers) in what respect was his leaving them in absolute ignorance (of the reason for his action) a means of causing them to understand?
  • بلک می‌داند که گنج شاهوار  ** در خرابیها نهد آن شهریار 
  • Nay, but he knows that the King deposits the royal treasure in ruined places.
  • بدگمانی نعل معکوس ویست  ** گرچه هر جزویش جاسوس ویست  1635
  • Evil thoughts (about the saint) are (due to) his presenting an appearance contrary to the reality’, though (in fact) every part of him is his spy (informing him of Divine mysteries).
  • بل حقیقت در حقیقت غرقه شد  ** زین سبب هفتاد بل صد فرقه شد 
  • Nay, the Truth is absorbed in the Truth; hence seventy, nay, a hundred sects hive arisen.