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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. _________ is the fruit of creation and then its prized possession and source of joy, according to Hafiz.
(a) Money.
(b) Deity.
(c) Madness.
(d) Smiling.

2. When God's lute begs for a _________ hands, that when this person is able to be useful to God, according to Hafiz.
(a) Teacher's.
(b) Saint's.
(c) Mother's.
(d) Child's.

3. The poem "____ You to My Body" describes Hafiz's desire to keep his students close and teach them all the time.
(a) Embrace.
(b) Bind.
(c) Tie.
(d) Chain.

4. "Between Our Poles" is a poem which compares humanity's ability to display the characteristics of God to the _____________.
(a) Banks of a river.
(b) Clouds.
(c) Bible.
(d) Art pieces in a museum.

5. The poem "Covers Her Face with Both Hands" describes how the ______ responds to people who refuse to act with kindness.
(a) Sun.
(b) Moon.
(c) Universe.
(d) Earth.

6. Hafiz suggests that surrender is _____ in the poem "The Clay Bowl's Destiny" and is God's intent for life on earth.
(a) Annihilation.
(b) Freedom.
(c) Foolish.
(d) Weakness.

7. Hafiz describes a change in a person that occurs when they are ready to surrender to God in the poem "My _____ So Soft".
(a) Eyes.
(b) Skin.
(c) Hair.
(d) Clothes.

8. In the poem "Why not be polite" Hafiz invites everyone to listen to those around them as if ____ were speaking through them.
(a) Attar.
(b) Saadi.
(c) Hafiz.
(d) God.

9. Hafiz uses a parrot as a metaphor to describe teachers with no _____ in the poem "The Diamond Takes Shape".
(a) Wisdom.
(b) Knowledge.
(c) Humor.
(d) Love.

10. In the poem "I _____ for you God" Hafiz praises the qualities that relationship with God cultivates in people.
(a) Care.
(b) Vote.
(c) Sing.
(d) Write.

11. Hafiz returns to the idea that the __________ is temporary and that it is important to be connected to things that bring eternity and divinity to mind.
(a) Physical world.
(b) Church.
(c) Shadows.
(d) Truth.

12. In the poem "Out of God's _____" Hafiz uses imagery from nature to describe himself as a carrier of God's blessings.
(a) Shoe.
(b) Hat.
(c) Glove.
(d) Coat.

13. Chapter 21 opens with an invitation from God to dance in the poem "The God Who Only Knows ______ Words".
(a) Ten.
(b) Two.
(c) Four.
(d) Three.

14. "The Tender Mouth" speaks of offering one's ___________ to Earth after death, as Hafiz describes it.
(a) Soul.
(b) Spirit.
(c) Book.
(d) Body.

15. When Hafiz is so cleansed and finished by love, he becomes ___________ personified, ready to be consumed.
(a) Truth.
(b) Honor.
(c) Knowledge.
(d) Understanding.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to Hafiz, "The Intelligent Man" is the one who does not trust ___________ in his life.

2. Hafiz contrasts his own humility with the wild majesty of his Message in the poem "This Talking _____".

3. "Spiced __________" describes the kind of sustenance that Hafiz offers in his poetry.

4. "_______" is a poem which describes the source of real poetry, according to Hafiz's perspective on life and writing.

5. The poem "This _____" describes unity with God as a place from which one must invite others to join in.

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