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  • By (Divine) guidance (after sleep is past) all those thoughts of former things recognize the spirits (to which they were attached).
  • آن همه اندیشه‌‌ی پیشانها ** می‌‌شناسند از هدایت جانها
  • Your handicraft and skill come (back) to you, that they may open to you the door of (ways and) means. 1685
  • پیشه و فرهنگ تو آید به تو ** تا در اسباب بگشاید به تو
  • The goldsmith's craft did not go to the ironsmith; the disposition of the good-natured man did not go to the disagreeable one.
  • پیشه زرگر به آهنگر نشد ** خوی این خوش خو به آن منکر نشد
  • On the day of Resurrection the handicrafts and dispositions will come, like articles of property, to the claimant (owner).
  • پیشه‌‌ها و خلقها همچون جهیز ** سوی خصم آیند روز رستخیز
  • After sleep also, the handicrafts and dispositions come back in haste to him that claims them as his.
  • پیشه‌‌ها و خلقها از بعد خواب ** واپس آید هم به خصم خود شتاب‌‌
  • At the hour of dawn the handicrafts and thoughts went to the same place where that good and evil (formerly) were.
  • پیشه‌‌ها و اندیشه‌‌ها در وقت صبح ** هم بدانجا شد که بود آن حسن و قبح‌‌
  • Like carrier pigeons, they bring things useful (to know) from (other) cities to their own city. 1690
  • چون کبوترهای پیک از شهرها ** سوی شهر خویش آرد بهرها
  • How the parrot heard what those parrots had done, and died in the cage, and how the merchant made lament for her.
  • شنیدن آن طوطی حرکت آن طوطیان و مردن آن طوطی در قفس و نوحه‌‌ی خواجه بر وی‌‌
  • When the bird heard what that (other) parrot had done, thereupon she trembled, fell, and became cold.
  • چون شنید آن مرغ کان طوطی چه کرد ** پس بلرزید اوفتاد و گشت سرد
  • The merchant, seeing her thus fallen, sprang up and dashed his cap on the ground.
  • خواجه چون دیدش فتاده همچنین ** بر جهید و زد کله را بر زمین‌‌
  • When he saw her in this guise and in this state, the merchant sprang up and tore the breast of his garment.
  • چون بدین رنگ و بدین حالش بدید ** خواجه بر جست و گریبان را درید