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  • این همه هست و بیا ای امر کن ** ای منزه از بیان و از سخن‌‌
  • All this is (true), and do Thou come, O Giver of the command, O Thou who transcendest “Come” and (all) speech!
  • جسم جسمانه تواند دیدنت ** در خیال آرد غم و خندیدنت‌‌ 1790
  • The body can see Thee (only) in bodily fashion: it fancies (pictures to itself) Thy sadness or laughter.
  • دل که او بسته‌‌ی غم و خندیدن است ** تو مگو کاو لایق آن دیدن است‌‌
  • Do not say that the heart that is bound (conditioned) by (such bodily attributes as) sadness and laughter is worthy of seeing Thee (as Thou really art).
  • آن که او بسته‌‌ی غم و خنده بود ** او بدین دو عاریت زنده بود
  • He who is bound by sadness and laughter is living by means of these two borrowed (transient and unreal) things.
  • باغ سبز عشق کاو بی‌‌منتهاست ** جز غم و شادی در او بس میوه‌‌هاست‌‌
  • In the verdant garden of Love, which is without end, there are many fruits besides sorrow and joy.
  • عاشقی زین هر دو حالت برتر است ** بی‌‌بهار و بی‌‌خزان سبز و تر است‌‌
  • Love is higher than these two states of feeling: without spring and without autumn it is (ever) green and fresh.
  • ده زکات روی خوب ای خوب رو ** شرح جان شرحه شرحه باز گو 1795
  • Pay the tithe on Thy fair face, O Beauteous One: relate the story of the soul that is rent in pieces,
  • کز کرشم غمزه‌‌ی غمازه‌‌ای ** بر دلم بنهاد داغی تازه‌‌ای‌‌
  • For by the coquetry of a glance One who is given to glancing amorously has branded my heart anew.
  • من حلالش کردم از خونم بریخت ** من همی‌‌گفتم حلال او می‌‌گریخت‌‌
  • I absolved Him if He shed my blood: I was saying, “It is lawful (I absolve Thee),” and He was fleeing (from me).
  • چون گریزانی ز ناله‌‌ی خاکیان ** غم چه ریزی بر دل غمناکیان‌‌
  • Since Thou art fleeing from the lament of those who are (as) dust, why pourest Thou sorrow on the hearts of the sorrowful?