Story OF THE PHYSICIAN AND THE PEASANT حکایت طبیب و کرد

Story OF THE PHYSICIAN AND THE PEASANT حکایت طبیب و کرد

Bustan Saadi بوستان سعدی

A peasant one night could not sleep from an ache
In his side. A physician who practised there spake:
شبی کردی از درد پهلو نخفت
طبیبی در آن ناحیت بود و گفت
“From his habit of eating vine leaves this ache springs;
‘Twill be strange, if the night to a finish he brings
از این دست کو برگ رز می‌خورد
عجب دارم ار شب به پایان برد
For a Tartar’s hard arrow-head, stuck in the chest,
Is better than eating what will not digest.
که در سینه پیکان تیر تتار
به از نقل ماکول ناسازگار
xIn a twist of the gut should a morsel be caught, ‘
The whole of the life of the fool comes to naught.”
گر افتد به یک لقمه در روده پیچ
همه عمر نادان برآید به هیچ
It occurred that the doctor expired that same night;
Forty years have elapsed and the swain is all right.
قضا را طبیب اندر آن شب بمرد
چهل سال از این رفت و زنده‌ست کرد

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