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Abu Mansur Daqiqi (c. 935— 977) was one of the most prominent Persian poets of the Samanid era.
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- Daqiqi has chosen four qualities of all good and evil things in the world:
Ruby-colored lips and the sound of the lute.
Old red wine and the Zoroastrian religion!
- Stewart, Sarah: The Zoroastrian Flame: Exploring Religion, History and Tradition, 2016