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Abū 'Abd Allāh Ja'far ibn Muḥammad al-Rūdhakī and also known as Adam of Poets (858— 941) was a Persian poet regarded as the first great literary genius of the Modern Persian language.
- I saw a bird near the city of Sarakhs
It had raised its song to the clouds
I saw a colorful chador on it
So many colors on its chador.
- Look at the cloud, how it cries like a grieving man
Thunder moans like a lover with a broken heart.
Now and then the sun peeks from behind the clouds
Like a prisoner hiding from the guard