M. H. Shakir, The Holy Quran; Arabic Text and English Translation; Foot-notes by M. H. Shakir (1974)
22. And We will aid them with fruit and flesh such as they desire.
23. They shall pass therein from one to another a cup wherein there shall be nothing vain nor any sin.
24. And round them shall g° boys of theirs as if they were hidden pearls.
25. And some of them shall advance towards others questioning each other.
26. Saying: Surely we feared before on account of our families;
27. But Allah has been gracious to us and He has saved us from the punishment of the hot wind:
28. Surely we called upon Him before: Surely He is the Benign, the Merciful.
29. Therefore continue to remind, for by the grace of your Lord, you are not a soothsayer, or a madman.
30. Or do they say: A poet, we wait for him the evil accidents of time.
31. Say: Wait, for surely I too with you am of those who wait.
32. Nay! do their understandings bid them this? Or are they an inordinate people?