Khayyam The Philosophical poet | رباعیات خیام |Poem #65 + English TranslatiosteemCreated with Sketch.

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In this series of poems, I'll gather the great philosophical poet, known as Khayyam's poems
his poetry is simple, short and deep




Though Moslems for my sins condemn and chide me,
Like heathens to my idol I confide me;
Yea, when I perish of a drunken bout,
I'll call on wine, whatever doom betide me.

هر چند كه از گناه بدبختم و زشت.
نوميد نيم چو بت پرستان ز كنشت
. اما سحري كه ميرم از مخموري .
مي خواهم و معشوق،چه دوزخ چه بهشت


A brief info on poet :

Omar Khayyám, was a Persian polymath, scholar, mathematician, astronomer, philosopher, and poet, widely considered to be one of the most influential thinkers of the Middle Ages. He also wrote numerous treatises on mechanics, geography, mineralogy, astronomy and music.

What is Quatrains ( رباعیات ) ?
A poem in four lines that is his style of poetry


translated by Edward Henry Whinfield
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