Body of a Woman | Ah Vastness of Pines | Leaning into the Afternoons | I Have Gone Marking
1. What does the poet relate the woman's body to in "Body of a Woman"?
(a) Scientific discovery.
(b) The earth.
(d) The heavens.
2. In "Body of a Woman," what does the poet say he will persist in?
(a) The truth.
(b) His faith.
(c) Her grace.
(d) Bodily pain.
3. In "Ah Vastness of Pines," what geographic feature does the poet describe in the first four lines?
(a) A mountain range.
(b) A plain.
(c) A river.
(d) An ocean.
4. In "Leaning into the Afternoons," what does the poet cast sad nets toward?
(a) An open heart.
(b) A pair of eyes.
(c) A pile of money.
(d) A city.
5. In "Leaning into the Afternoons," what does the poet say he resembles when he loves?
(a) The sun.
(d) A moon.
6. What does the poet compare his lover to in "I Have Gone Marking"?
(a) A car.
(b) A book.
(c) A bird.
(d) A map.
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7. What does the creature play with in "Every Day you Play"?
(c) The moon.
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