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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Hafiz discusses the experience of falling out of trust with God and then moving towards trusting again in the poem "A Still ____".
2. In the poem "The Old _____", Hafiz suggests that people regard each other with the gentle care the instrumentalist gives to his instruments.
(a) Violin maker.
3. Hafiz suggests that he has become so close to God and cleansed of the pain and longing in the poem "The Lamp That Needs no _____".
4. Hafiz describes the pain of seeing a decrease in love or understanding in the world in the poem "The ____ is Right".
5. 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".
6. Hafiz believes that he is merely "A Hole in a __________" that God plays when he is writing and living his life.
7. "The Heart's ___________" occurs when it makes itself God's pawn, according to Hafiz in his writing.
8. "Bring the Man to Me" describes a master who knows that his ____ is praying for freedom and summons him.
9. The poem "____ You to My Body" describes Hafiz's desire to keep his students close and teach them all the time.
10. In the poem "_____Hear Watchdogs" Hafiz describes the idea that true believers don't feel they have to trick God into blessing them.
(d) B urglars.
11. In the poem "_____ Wandering" Hafiz describes the whole of creation as being as fragile as the sprout under a large animal.
12. In the poem "I _____ for you God" Hafiz praises the qualities that relationship with God cultivates in people.
13. "An Invisible Pile of __________" is how Hafiz knows that God is real, according to the poem.
14. "_______" is a poem which describes the source of real poetry, according to Hafiz's perspective on life and writing.
15. In "The ________ Girl," Hafiz realizes he needs to leave his own sense of self behind when he is approaching God.
Short Answer Questions
1. Hafiz contrasts his own humility with the wild majesty of his Message in the poem "This Talking _____".
2. The beauty of _________ makes believers expect to hear the voice of God in "Reaching Toward the Millet Fields."
3. Hafiz is a __________ ready to be eaten in the poem, "Throw Me on a Scale" in this collection of poetry.
4. "The ________ Warehouse" is a place full of distractions from the divine, according to Hafiz.
5. "Spiced __________" describes the kind of sustenance that Hafiz offers in his poetry.
This section contains 468 words
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