Into the curve of that doubled tress, the hand one cannot put

Into the curve of that doubled tress, the hand one cannot put
by Hafez, translated by Henry Wilberforce Clarke

Into the curve of that doubled tress, the hand one cannot put:
   O true Beloved!) reliance on Thy covenant and the morning breeze,___ one cannot make
Whatever is (due to) effort, I do in search of Thee:
  This is the extent that alteration of Fate, ___ one cannot make
With a hundred (draughts) of the heart's blood the (true) Beloved's skirt fell to my hand:
  For the great reproach that the enemy maketh, release (of the true Beloved's skirt)___ one cannaote make
One cannot call His (the true Beloved's) cheek-for instance the moon of the sky:
  Likening of the (true) Beloved to every headless and footless one___one cannot make
The moment when my lofty cypress (the true Beloved) cometh into (the assembly of) sama,
  What place is it where the soul's grament, rent___one cannot make?
What shall I say? For delicacy of gentle disposition, Thine
  Is to such of degree that, slowly, a prayer___ one cannot make
Only one of pure vision can behold the (true) Beloved's face;
  For save with purity in the mirror, glance___ one cannot make
Jealousy became mine that Thou art the Beloved of the world. But (What can I do?)
  Day and night, conflict with the creatures of god, __ one cannot make
The difficulty of love is not in (according to) the capacity of our knowledge:
  With this thought, the loosonting of this subtlety (of love), mistake___ one cannot make
Save thy eye-brow, naught is the prayers-arch of hafiz's heart:
  in our religious order, save to Thee, devotion___ one cannot make