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4
280-289

  • Recite (the text), the wicked women for the wicked men: recognise (both) the front and the back of this saying. 280
  • الخبیثات الخبیثین را بخوان ** رو و پشت این سخن را باز دان
  • The sincere mentors prepare medicine for him (the wicked man) with ambergris or rose-water to open the door (of Divine Mercy);
  • ناصحان او را به عنبر یا گلاب ** می دوا سازند بهر فتح باب
  • (But) sweet words will not do for the wicked: ’tis not fitting and suitable, O ye trusty ones!
  • مر خبیثان را نسازد طیبات ** درخور و لایق نباشد ای ثقات
  • When from the perfume of the Revelation they (the wicked infidels) became crooked (disordered in mind) and lost (in error), their lament was, “We augur evil from you.
  • چون ز عطر وحی کر گشتند و گم ** بد فغانشان که تطیرنا بکم
  • This discourse (of yours) is illness and sickness to us: your exhortation is not of good omen to us.
  • رنج و بیماریست ما را این مقال ** نیست نیکو وعظتان ما را به فال
  • If ye once begin to admonish (us) overtly, at that instant we will stone you. 285
  • گر بیاغازید نصحی آشکار ** ما کنیم آن دم شما را سنگسار
  • We have waxed fat on frivolity and diversion: we have not steeped ourselves in admonition.
  • ما بلغو و لهو فربه گشته‌ایم ** در نصیحت خویش را نسرشته‌ایم
  • Our food is falsehood and idle boasts and jests: our stomachs are turned by your delivering this message.
  • هست قوت ما دروغ و لاف و لاغ ** شورش معده‌ست ما را زین بلاغ
  • Ye are making the illness hundredfold and more: ye are drugging the intelligence with opium.”
  • رنج را صدتو و افزون می‌کنید ** عقل را دارو به افیون می‌کنید
  • How the tanner’s brother sought to cure him secretly with the smell of dung.
  • معالجه کردن برادر دباغ دباغ را به خفیه به بوی سرگین
  • The youth kept driving the people away from him (the tanner), in order that those persons might not see his treatment (of the sick man).
  • خلق را می‌راند از وی آن جوان ** تا علاجش را نبینند آن کسان