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  • “Eh, what are ye seeking?” “Camels,” they replied. He said, “Take heed! who ever sought camel on a roof?”
  • هین چه می‌جویید گفتند اشتران ** گفت اشتر بام بر کی جست هان
  • Then they said to him, “How art thou seeking to meet with God on the throne of state?”
  • پس بگفتندش که تو بر تخت جاه ** چون همی جویی ملاقات اله
  • That was all. None saw him again: he vanished like a genie from (the sight of) man. 835
  • خود همان بد دیگر او را کس ندید ** چون پری از آدمی شد ناپدید
  • His reality (real self) was hidden, though he was in people’s presence: how should the people see aught but beard and frock (of the dervish)?
  • معنی‌اش پنهان و او در پیش خلق ** خلق کی بینند غیر ریش و دلق
  • When he became far (disappeared) from his own and the people’s eyes, he became renowned in the world, like the ‘Anqá.
  • چون ز چشم خویش و خلقان دور شد ** هم‌چو عنقا در جهان مشهور شد
  • Whenever the soul of any (spiritual) bird has come to (Mount) Qáf, all the world boast and brag on account of it.
  • جان هر مرغی که آمد سوی قاف ** جمله‌ی عالم ازو لافند لاف
  • When this orient light (from Solomon) reached Sabá, a tumult arose in Bilqís and her people.
  • چون رسید اندر سبا این نور شرق ** غلغلی افتاد در بلقیس و خلق
  • All the dead spirits took wing: the dead put forth their heads from the grave, (which is) the body. 840
  • روحهای مرده جمله پر زدند ** مردگان از گور تن سر بر زدند
  • They gave the good news to one another, saying, “Hark! Lo, a voice is coming from Heaven.”
  • یک دگر را مژده می‌دادند هان ** نک ندایی می‌رسد از آسمان
  • At (the sound of) that voice (men’s) religions wax great; the leaves and boughs of the heart become green.
  • زان ندا دینها همی‌گردند گبز ** شاخ و برگ دل همی گردند سبز