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2256-2280

  • کودک دیوانه بازی کی کند  ** جزو باید تا که کل را فی کند 
  • How can a demented child play? There must be (in the child) a part (of reason) in order that it (the part) may attain to the whole.
  • رجوع کردن به قصه‌ی قبه و گنج 
  • Returning to the Story of the dome and the treasure.
  • نک خیال آن فقیرم بی‌ریا  ** عاجز آورد از بیا و از بیا 
  • Lo, the idea of that fakir with (his cries) “Come! come!” has rendered me unfeignedly (really) unable (to resist his appeal).
  • بانگ او تو نشنوی من بشنوم  ** زانک در اسرار همراز ویم 
  • You do not hear his cry, (but) I hear it, because I am his confidant in my inmost thoughts.
  • طالب گنجش مبین خود گنج اوست  ** دوست کی باشد به معنی غیر دوست 
  • Do not regard him as a seeker of the treasure; he is the treasure himself, how should the lover in reality be other than the beloved?
  • سجده خود را می‌کند هر لحظه او  ** سجده پیش آینه‌ست از بهر رو  2260
  • At even moment he is bowing down (in worship) to himself: the bowing is (performed) in front of the mirror for the sake of (beholding) the face.
  • گر بدیدی ز آینه او یک پشیز  ** بی‌خیالی زو نماندی هیچ چیز 
  • If he saw in the mirror a single mite without any phantasy, nothing would be left of him.
  • هم خیالاتش هم او فانی شدی  ** دانش او محو نادانی شدی 
  • Both his phantasies and he (himself) would vanish: his know ledge would be obliterated in nescience.
  • دانشی دیگر ز نادانی ما  ** سر برآوردی عیان که انی انا 
  • From our nescience another knowledge would rise into clear view, saying, “Lo, Jam (God).”
  • اسجدوا لادم ندا آمد همی  ** که آدمید و خویش بینیدش دمی 
  • The (Divine) call was coming (to the angels)—”Bow down to Adam, for ye are (essentially) Adam, and for a moment see yourselves to be (identical with) him.”
  • احولی از چشم ایشان دور کرد  ** تا زمین شد عین چرخ لاژورد  2265
  • He (God) removed strabism from their eyes, so that the earth became identical with the azure heavens.
  • لا اله گفت و الا الله گفت  ** گشت لا الا الله و وحدت شکفت 
  • He said, “There is no god,” and He said, “except God”: not (any god) became except God, and Unity blossomed forth (was revealed).
  • آن حبیب و آن خلیل با رشد  ** وقت آن آمد که گوش ما کشد 
  • The time has come for that righteous beloved and dear friend (of God) to pull my ear (and lead me)
  • سوی چشمه که دهان زینها بشو  ** آنچ پوشیدیم از خلقان مگو 
  • Towards the fountain (of Unity), saying, “Wash thy mouth clean of these things: do not tell that which we have concealed from the people.
  • ور بگویی خود نگردد آشکار  ** تو به قصد کشف گردی جرم‌دار 
  • And if thou tell (it), it will not become manifest, (yet) thou wilt be guilty of attempting to reveal it.
  • لیک من اینک بریشان می‌تنم  ** قایل این سامع این هم منم  2270
  • But, mark, I am compassing them about: I am at once the speaker and the hearer of this (mystery).
  • صورت درویش و نقش گنج گو  ** رنج کیش‌اند این گروه از رنج گو 
  • Tell (only) of the (outward) form of the dervish and the picture (external description) of the treasure. These folk are addicted to (worldly) trouble: tell (them) of trouble.
  • چشمه‌ی راحت بریشان شد حرام  ** می‌خورند از زهر قاتل جام‌جام 
  • The fountain ‘of Mercy has become unlawful to them: they are drinking cup after cup of deadly poison.
  • خاکها پر کرده دامن می‌کشند  ** تا کنند این چشمه‌ها را خشک‌بند 
  • Having filled their skirts with clods, they are taking them along in order to make a dam for these fountains.
  • کی شود این چشمه‌ی دریامدد  ** مکتنس زین مشت خاک نیک و بد 
  • How should this fountain, which is replenished by the Sea, be stopped up by this good or bad folk’s handful of earth?
  • لیک گوید با شما من بسته‌ام  ** بی‌شما من تا ابد پیوسته‌ام  2275
  • But it (the fountain) says, ‘With you, I am closed; Without you, I continue (to flow) unto everlasting.’ ”
  • قوم معکوس‌اند اندر مشتها  ** خاک‌خوار و آب را کرده رها 
  • The (worldly) folk are perverted in their appetites: (they are) eating earth and have left the water (untasted).
  • ضد طبع انبیا دارند خلق  ** اژدها را متکا دارند خلق 
  • The people (of the world) have a nature opposite to that of the prophets: the people deem the dragon (the world) an object of reliance.
  • چشم‌بند ختم چون دانسته‌ای  ** هیچ دانی از چه دیده بسته‌ای 
  • Inasmuch as you have known (from the Qur’an) the eye- bandage whereby God seals (the sight), do you know at all to what you have shut your eyes?
  • بر چه بگشادی بدل این دیده‌ها  ** یک به یک بس البدل دان آن ترا 
  • To what instead have you opened these eyes (of yours)? (Whatever it be), know that in every respect it is a bad exchange for you.
  • لیک خورشید عنایت تافته‌ست  ** آیسان را از کرم در یافته‌ست  2280
  • But (nevertheless) the sun of (Divine) favour has shone (forth) and has graciously succoured them that despair.