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  • تو ز خود کی گم شوی از خوش‌خصال ** چونک عین تو ترا شد ملک و مال
  • How wilt thou lose thyself, O man with goodly qualities, when thy Essence has become thy kingdom and riches?
  • بقیه‌ی عمارت کردن سلیمان علیه‌السلام مسجد اقصی را به تعلیم و وحی خدا جهت حکمتهایی کی او داند و معاونت ملایکه و دیو و پری و آدمی آشکارا
  • The rest of the story of Solomon, on whom be peace: how he built the Farther Mosque (the Temple of Solomon) by instruction and inspiration from God, (given to him) for wise purposes which He (only) knows; and how angels, demons, genies, and men lent visible aid.
  • ای سلیمان مسجد اقصی بساز ** لشکر بلقیس آمد در نماز
  • (God said) “O Solomon, build the Farther Mosque, the army of Bilqís has come into (has adopted) the (ritual) prayer.”
  • چونک او بنیاد آن مسجد نهاد ** جن و انس آمد بدن در کار داد
  • When he laid the foundation of that Mosque, genies and men came and threw themselves into the work,
  • یک گروه از عشق و قومی بی‌مراد ** هم‌چنانک در ره طاعت عباد 1115
  • One party from love, and another company unwillingly, just as God’s servants (do) in the way of obedience (to Him).
  • خلق دیوانند و شهوت سلسله ** می‌کشدشان سوی دکان و غله
  • The folk (of the world) are (like) demons, and desire is the chain dragging them to shop and crops.
  • هست این زنجیر از خوف و وله ** تو مبین این خلق را بی‌سلسله
  • This chain is (the result) of being afraid (of poverty) and crazed (with worldliness): do not regard these folk as unchained.
  • می‌کشاندشان سوی کسب و شکار ** می‌کشاندشان سوی کان و بحار
  • It drags them to earning and hunting; it drags them to the mine and the seas.
  • می‌کشدشان سوی نیک و سوی بد ** گفت حق فی جیدها حبل المسد
  • It drags them to good and to evil: God hath said, “On her neck a cord of palm-fibre.
  • قد جعلنا الحبل فی اعناقهم ** واتخذنا الحبل من اخلاقهم 1120
  • We have put the cordon their necks: We have made the cord (to consist) of their natural dispositions.
  • لیس من مستقذر مستنقه ** قط الا طایره فی عنقه
  • There is none ever, (be he) defiled or (be he) recovered (from foul disease), but his fortune is on his neck