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  • O thou who, like the sea, gavest pearls for those near (to thee) and (didst send) rain as a gift to those afar,
  • ای چو بحر از بهر نزدیکان گهر  ** داده و تحفه سوی دوران مطر 
  • Our backs were warmed by thee, O sun (who wert) the splendour in every palace and the treasure in every ruin.
  • پشت ما گرم از تو بود ای آفتاب  ** رونق هر قصر و گنج هر خراب 
  • O thou in whose eyebrow none ever saw knots (wrinkles), O thou (who wert) generous and bountiful as (the archangel) Michael,
  • ای در ابرویت ندیده کس گره  ** ای چو میکائیل راد و رزق‌ده 
  • O thou whose heart was connected with the Sea of the Unseen, O thou who wert the invisible ‘Anqá on the Qáf (mountain) of munificence, 3270
  • ای دلت پیوسته با دریای غیب  ** ای به قاف مکرمت عنقای غیب 
  • Who never tookest thought how much of thy wealth had gone, and the roof of the azimuth (amplitude) of thy magnanimity was never cloven,
  • یاد ناورده که از مالم چه رفت  ** سقف قصد همتت هرگز نکفت 
  • O thou to whom in (every) month and year I and a hundred like me had become a family (tenderly cared for) like thine own children,
  • ای من و صد هم‌چو من در ماه و سال  ** مر ترا چون نسل تو گشته عیال 
  • Thou wert our ready money and our movables and our furniture, our fame and our glory and our fortune.
  • نقد ما و جنس ما و رخت ما  ** نام ما و فخر ما و بخت ما 
  • Thou art not dead; (but) our luxury and fortune are dead, our happy life is dead and the sustenance that was provided in full measure.
  • تو نمردی ناز و بخت ما بمرد  ** عیش ما و رزق مستوفی بمرد 
  • (Thou wert) a single person like (equivalent to) a thousand in warfare and in generosity; (thou wert) as a hundred Hátims in the hour of lavishing bounties unselfishly. 3275
  • واحد کالالف در رزم و کرم  ** صد چو حاتم گاه ایثار نعم 
  • If Hátim bestows dead (worldly goods) on the (spiritually) dead (worldlings), he (is like one who) bestows a certain number of walnuts (on children).
  • حاتم ار مرده به مرده می‌دهد  ** گردگان‌های شمرده می‌دهد