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  • برد حلوا پیش آن هر سه غریب  ** محسنی از مطبخ انی قریب 
  • A benefactor brought to the three strangers (some) halwá from the kitchen of Lo, I am near.
  • نان گرم و صحن حلوای عسل  ** برد آنک در ثوابش بود امل 
  • One who had expectation of (earning) the (Divine) reward brought (to them) warm bread and a dish of halwá made with honey.
  • الکیاسه والادب لاهل المدر  ** الضیافه والقری لاهل الوبر 
  • Intelligence and culture are characteristic of townsmen; hospitality and entertainment (of guests) are characteristic of tent-dwellers.
  • الضیافة للغریب والقری  ** اودع الرحمن فی اهل القری 
  • The Merciful (God) has implanted hospitality to strangers and entertainment (of guests) in the villagers (countryfolk).
  • کل یوم فی القری ضیف حدیث  ** ما له غیر الاله من مغیث  2400
  • Every day in the villages (countryside) there is a new guest who has none to help him except God.
  • کل لیل فی القری وفد جدید  ** ما لهم ثم سوی الله محید 
  • Every night in the villages (countryside) are new-comers who have no refuge there save God.
  • تخمه بودند آن دو بیگانه ز خور  ** بود صایم روز آن مومن مگر 
  • The two aliens (the Jew and the Christian) were surfeited with food and suffering from indigestion; the true believer, as it happened, was fasting (all) day.
  • چون نماز شام آن حلوا رسید  ** بود مومن مانده در جوع شدید 
  • At the (time of) the evening prayer, when the halwá arrived, the true believer was reduced to extreme hunger.
  • آن دو کس گفتند ما از خور پریم  ** امشبش بنهیم و فردایش خوریم 
  • The two (others) said, “We have eaten our fill: let us put it away to-night and eat it to-morrow.
  • صبر گیریم امشب از خور تن زنیم  ** بهر فردا لوت را پنهان کنیم  2405
  • To-night let us practise self-denial and refrain from food; let us hide (reserve) the dainty for to-morrow.”