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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. "Between Our Poles" is a poem which compares humanity's ability to display the characteristics of God to the _____________.
(a) Banks of a river.
(c) Art pieces in a museum.
2. The beauty of _________ makes believers expect to hear the voice of God in "Reaching Toward the Millet Fields."
3. "All Then You Are" is a poem which describes all of the manifestations of ________ all inspiring Hafiz to worship.
(a) The Goddess.
(b) The devil.
4. Chapter 21 opens with an invitation from God to dance in the poem "The God Who Only Knows ______ Words".
5. In the poem "I _____ for you God" Hafiz praises the qualities that relationship with God cultivates in people.
6. The feverish pursuit of male dogs for female dogs in heat is used as the standard for people's pursuit of God in the poem "______ Love".
7. In the poem "The _____ We Planted" Hafiz remembers his teacher Muhammad Attar and still longs for his affection.
8. The poem "It Will Stretch Out Its Leg" compares poetry to a man ______ someone to make them stop and listen.
(a) Yelling at.
9. Hafiz likes to explore the realities of ________ with God when he writes poetry.
10. Hafiz speaks to that moment one can sit in the pain of longing and listen intently to God in the poem "When you can _____".
11. When God's lute begs for a _________ hands, that when this person is able to be useful to God, according to Hafiz.
12. According to Hafiz, "The Intelligent Man" is the one who does not trust ___________ in his life.
13. Hafiz admits to there being a lot of challenge in the business of __________, according to one of his poems.
14. In the poem "_____ Wandering" Hafiz describes the whole of creation as being as fragile as the sprout under a large animal.
15. _________ is the fruit of creation and then its prized possession and source of joy, according to Hafiz.
Short Answer Questions
1. Hafiz describes people who don't know their own glory as "The Sun in ________" in one of his poems.
2. The poem "A ____ in Each Act and Creature" describes the life-giving and earth-beautifying of the sun as an expression of divine affection.
3. The final poem of chapter ten is called "Too ______ " and describes the bliss of unity that Hafiz experiences.
4. A poem is an ornery __________ which begs to be heard, according to the writing of Hafiz.
5. "Bring the Man to Me" describes a master who knows that his ____ is praying for freedom and summons him.
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