Mohammad-Taqí Bahār was born on November 6, 1884. His father was Mohammad Kazem Sabouri, and his mother was Sakineh Tehrani (daughter of Haj Abbas Gholi Tehrani). in the Sarshoor District of Mashhad, the capital city of the Khorasan Province in the north-east of Iran. Bahār began his primary education when he was three, with his father, Mohammad Kāzem Sabouri, as his tutor. Mohammad Kāzem Sabouri ... more »
Spring now, flowers are coming, there's happiness in the green vine,
Blossoms are blooming - all except mine.
Free spirit, don't lose heart, on New Year's Day *,
I heard from the lips of a lily today:
Do not sing the seven illusions this New Year's Eve **, I beg thee:
Complaint, curse, corruption, cacophony, clumsiness, chaos and cruelty.
The seven symbols make: of serene "sabzeh", of scented "sonbol" and sweet "seeb";
Of "senjed", "samanu", "seer" and "somaq".