There are no real possessive pronouns in Persian. In spoken Persian, the structure «mâl-e + free personal pronoun» is used for this purpose:
|mâl-e man||mine||mâl-e mâ||ours|
|mâl-e to||yours (informal)||mâl-e shomâ||yours (polite)|
|mâl-e u; mâl-e ân||his, hers; its||mâl-e ânhâ|
his, hers (polite)
- Mâl-e man bozorgtar ast — mine is bigger
- Inhâ dastkeshhâ-ye to and ammâ mâl-e man kojâ'st? — Here are your gloves but where are mine?
- Negarânihâ-ye shomâ mâl-e man ham hastand — Your concerns are also mine
In any case, the common structure is repeating the noun phrase instead of replacing it with a possessive pronoun:
- Inhâ dastkeshhâ-ye to and ammâ dastkeshhâ-ye man kojâ'st? — Here are your gloves but where are mine?
- Negarânihâ-ye shomâ negarânihâ-ye man ham hast — Your concerns are also mine