English    Türkçe    فارسی   

5
1772-1796

  • در حدیث آمد که روز رستخیز  ** امر آید هر یکی تن را که خیز 
  • In the Traditions (of the Prophet) it is related that on the Day of Resurrection every single body will be commanded to arise.
  • نفخ صور امرست از یزدان پاک  ** که بر آرید ای ذرایر سر ز خاک 
  • The blast of the trumpet is the command from the Holy God, namely, “O children (of Adam), lift up your heads from the grave.”
  • باز آید جان هر یک در بدن  ** هم‌چو وقت صبح هوش آید به تن 
  • (Then) every one's soul will return to its body, just as consciousness returns to the (awakened) body at dawn.
  • جان تن خود را شناسد وقت روز  ** در خراب خود در آید چون کنوز  1775
  • At daybreak the soul recognises its own body and re-enters its own ruin, like treasures (hidden in waste places).
  • جسم خود بشناسد و در وی رود  ** جان زرگر سوی درزی کی رود 
  • It recognises its own body and goes into it: how should the soul of the goldsmith go to the tailor?
  • جان عالم سوی عالم می‌دود  ** روح ظالم سوی ظالم می‌دود 
  • The soul of the scholar runs to the scholar, the spirit of the tyrant runs to the tyrant;
  • که شناسا کردشان علم اله  ** چونک بره و میش وقت صبحگاه 
  • For the Divine Knowledge has made them (the souls) cognisant (of their bodies), as (happens with) the lamb and the ewe, at the hour of dawn.
  • پای کفش خود شناسد در ظلم  ** چون نداند جان تن خود ای صنم 
  • The foot knows its own shoe in the dark: how should not the soul know its own body, O worshipful one?
  • صبح حشر کوچکست ای مستجیر  ** حشر اکبر را قیاس از وی بگیر  1780
  • Dawn is the little resurrection: O seeker of refuge (with God), judge from it what the greater resurrection will be like.
  • آنچنان که جان بپرد سوی طین  ** نامه پرد تا یسار و تا یمین 
  • Even as the soul flies towards the clay (of its body), the scroll (of every one's good and evil actions) will fly into the left hand or the right.
  • در کفش بنهند نامه‌ی بخل و جود  ** فسق و تقوی آنچ دی خو کرده بود 
  • Into his hand will be put the scroll (register) of avarice and liberality, impiety and piety, and all the (good or evil) dispositions that he had formed yesterday.
  • چون شود بیدار از خواب او سحر  ** باز آید سوی او آن خیر و شر 
  • At dawn when he wakes from slumber, that good and evil will come back to him.
  • گر ریاضت داده باشد خوی خویش  ** وقت بیداری همان آید به پیش 
  • If he has disciplined his moral nature, the same (purified) nature will present itself to him when he wakes;
  • ور بد او دی خام و زشت و در ضلال  ** چون عزا نامه سیه یابد شمال  1785
  • And if yesterday he was ignorant and wicked and misguided, he will find his left hand black as a letter of mourning;
  • ور بد او دی پاک و با تقوی و دین  ** وقت بیداری برد در ثمین 
  • But if yesterday he was (morally) clean and pious and religious, when he wakes he will gain the precious pearl.
  • هست ما را خواب و بیداری ما  ** بر نشان مرگ و محشر دو گوا 
  • Our sleep and waking are two witnesses which attest to us the significance of death and resurrection.
  • حشر اصغر حشر اکبر را نمود  ** مرگ اصغر مرگ اکبر را زدود 
  • The lesser resurrection has shown forth the greater resurrection; the lesser death has illumined the greater death.
  • لیک این نامه خیالست و نهان  ** وآن شود در حشر اکبر بس عیان 
  • But (in the present life) this scroll (of our good and evil actions) is a fancy and hidden (from our sight), though at the greater resurrection it will be very clearly seen.
  • این خیال اینجا نهان پیدا اثر  ** زین خیال آنجا برویاند صور  1790
  • Here this fancy is hidden, (only) the traces are visible; but there He (God) from this fancy will produce (actual) forms.
  • در مهندس بین خیال خانه‌ای  ** در دلش چون در زمینی دانه‌ای 
  • Behold in the architect the fancy (idea) of a house, (hidden) in his mind like a seed in a piece of earth.
  • آن خیال از اندرون آید برون  ** چون زمین که زاید از تخم درون 
  • That fancy comes forth from within (him), as the earth bears (plants) from the seed (sown) within.
  • هر خیالی کو کند در دل وطن  ** روز محشر صورتی خواهد شدن 
  • Every fancy that makes its abode in the mind will become a (visible) form on the Day of Resurrection,
  • چون خیال آن مهندس در ضمیر  ** چون نبات اندر زمین دانه‌گیر 
  • Like the architect's fancy (conceived) in his thought; like the plant (produced) in the earth that takes the seed.
  • مخلصم زین هر دو محشر قصه‌ایست  ** ممنان را در بیانش حصه‌ایست  1795
  • My object in (speaking of) both these resurrections is (to tell) a story; (yet) in its exposition there is a moral for the true believers.
  • چون بر آید آفتاب رستخیز  ** بر جهند از خاک زشت و خوب تیز 
  • When the sun of the Resurrection rises, foul and fair (alike) will leap up hastily from the grave.