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  • O thou who hast drunk buttermilk, how dost thou pretend intoxication and brag in my presence and tell lies besides?”
  • چون نمایی مستی ای خورده تو دوغ ** پیش من لافی زنی آن گه دروغ‌‌
  • The hoopoe's answer to the attack of the crow.
  • جواب گفتن هدهد طعنه‌‌ی زاغ را
  • He said, “O king, for God's sake do not listen to the enemy's words against me, bare beggar as I am.
  • گفت ای شه بر من عور گدای ** قول دشمن مشنو از بهر خدای‌‌
  • If my claim is (made) with falsehood, I lay my head (before thee): sever this neck of mine.
  • گر به بطلان است دعوی کردنم ** من نهادم سر ببر این گردنم‌‌
  • The crow, who disbelieves in the (absolute) authority of the Divine destiny, is an infidel, though he have thousands of wits.
  • زاغ کاو حکم قضا را منکر است ** گر هزاران عقل دارد کافر است‌‌
  • Whilst there is in you a single k (derived) from the káfirán (infidels), you are the seat of stench and lust, velut rima femoris. [Whilst there is in you a single k (derived) from the káfirán (infidels), you are the seat of stench and lust, like the slit (vulva) between the thighs (of a woman).] 1230
  • در تو تا کافی بود از کافران ** جای گند و شهوتی چون کاف ران‌‌
  • I see the snare (when I am) in the air, if the Divine destiny do not muffle the eye of my intelligence.
  • من ببینم دام را اندر هوا ** گر نپوشد چشم عقلم را قضا
  • When the Divine destiny comes, wisdom goes to sleep, the moon becomes black, the sun is stopped (from shining).
  • چون قضا آید شود دانش به خواب ** مه سیه گردد بگیرد آفتاب‌‌
  • How is this disposal (of things) by the Divine destiny (to be called) singular? Know that it is by the Divine destiny that he (the infidel) disbelieves in the Divine destiny.
  • از قضا این تعبیه کی نادر است ** از قضا دان کاو قضا را منکر است‌‌
  • The story of Adam, on whom be peace, and how the Divine destiny sealed up his sight so that he failed to observe the plain meaning of the prohibition and to refrain from interpreting it.
  • قصه‌‌ی آدم علیه السلام و بستن قضا نظر او را از مراعات صریح نهی و ترک تاویل‌‌
  • The father of mankind, who is the lord of He (God) taught (Adam) the Names, hath hundreds of thousands of sciences in every vein.
  • بو البشر کاو علم الاسما بگ است ** صد هزاران علمش اندر هر رگ است‌‌
  • To his soul accrued (knowledge of) the name of every thing, even as that thing exists (in its real nature) unto the end (of the world). 1235
  • اسم هر چیزی چنان کان چیز هست ** تا به پایان جان او را داد دست‌‌