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  • He keeps company with the horses and mules: he is a groom, and this stable is his dwelling-place.”
  • صحبت او با ستور و استرست  ** سایس است و منزلش این آخرست 
  • How Mustafá, on whom be peace, came into the Amír's stable to see the sick Hilál, and how he caressed Hilál, may God be pleased with him!
  • در آمدن مصطفی علیه‌السلام از بهر عیادت هلال در ستورگاه آن امیر و نواختن مصطفی هلال را رضی الله عنه 
  • The Prophet went eagerly into the stable (to look) for him and began to search.
  • رفت پیغامبر به رغبت بهر او  ** اندر آخر وآمد اندر جست و جو 
  • The stable was dark, foul, and dirty, (but) all this vanished (from Hilál's mind) when friendship arrived.
  • بود آخر مظلم و زشت و پلید  ** وین همه برخاست چون الفت رسید 
  • That fierce (spiritual) lion scented the Prophet just as the scent of Joseph was perceived by his father (Jacob). 1175
  • بوی پیغامبر ببرد آن شیر نر  ** هم‌چنانک بوی یوسف را پدر 
  • Miracles are not the cause of religious faith; ’tis the scent of homogeneity that attracts (to itself) qualities (of the same kind).
  • موجب ایمان نباشد معجزات  ** بوی جنسیت کند جذب صفات 
  • Miracles are (wrought) for the purpose of subjugating the foe: the scent of homogeneity is (only) for the winning of hearts.
  • معجزات از بهر قهر دشمنست  ** بوی جنسیت پی دل بردنست 
  • A foe is subjugated, but not a friend: how should a friend have his neck bound?
  • قهر گردد دشمن اما دوست نی  ** دوست کی گردد ببسته گردنی 
  • He (Hilál) was awakened from sleep by his (the Prophet's) scent: he said (to himself), “A stable full of dung, and this kind of scent within it!”
  • اندر آمد او ز خواب از بوی او  ** گفت سرگین‌دان درون زین گونه بو 
  • (Then) through the legs of the riding-beasts he saw the holy skirt of the peerless Prophet, 1180
  • از میان پای استوران بدید  ** دامن پاک رسول بی‌ندید 
  • And that (spiritual) hero came creeping out of a corner in the stable and laid his face upon his (the Prophet's) feet.
  • پس ز کنج آخر آمد غژغژان  ** روی بر پایش نهاد آن پهلوان