|The subtle point in God's Oneness hid with ease in words we can explain;|
But what about your mind unsound that brims with myths and idols vain?
The Elder of the Shrine has traits that smack of jurist's faith and creed:
Much thirst for view ‘No god but He,’ among his fellows cannot breed.
None can appraise the glee one gets, when war is on ’twixt good and bad:
He who can't inflict deadly blows and strokes in war is never glad.
Observations made by free born men in world with marvels so replete;
To those who own the glance of thralls none can such wonders 'fore them repeat.
A dervish holds a loftier rank than a monarch who wears a crown;
There is no cure for such a man, who, like paupers, has sunk down.