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Simple Poetry

For Translation Students

 

Directions : Read the following sentences and complete them with the best choice (a, b, c, or d).

1. Read the following lines of the poem and then answer the question:

How dreary to be somebody!

How public, like a frog

To tell your name the livelong day

To an admiring boy.

The writer of the above poem probably……….

a. likes selfishness b. enjoys to be famous

c. dislikes publicity d. talks about the beauty of the Nature

2. Read the following lines of the poem and answer the question:

The night will never stay.

The night will still go by

Though with a million stars

You pin it to the sky;

The poet in the above lines describes stars as pins which have been used to pin the night onto the

sky in order to………

a. make it shorter b. stop the night from moving

c. create a sense of ambiguity d. compare the night with the day

3. Which of the underline words in the following lines means: “visited by ghosts and spirits”

She lives in a garret

Up a haunted stair,

And even when she is frightened

There is nobody to care

Read the following poem and then answer the related questions:

The soft gray hands of sleep

Toiled all night long

To spin a beautiful garment

Of dreams

At dawn

The little task was done.

Awakening

The goal so deftly spun

Was only a heap

Of ravelled thread-

A vague remembrance

In my head

4. What is the above poem about?

The poem is about…………

a. a sweet, forgotten dream b. the unpracticality of dreams

c. beautiful expensive garment d. negative connotations of dreams

5. The underlined word ‘spin’ in line 3 means……………… .

a. tie b. break c. banish d. weave

6. In the above poem the word deftly means……………… .

a. quickly b. skillfully c. hardly d. clearly

7. In the following lines of the poem, …………is compared to a barren field.

Hold fast to dreams

For when dreams go

Life is a barren field

Frozen with snow

a. dreams b. snow c. life d. field

 

8. What sets shaped poetry apart from other form is that it………… .

a. is meant to be read out loud

b. is not a recent phenomenon

c. distinguishes and separates visual effects from the subject matter

d. communicates largely by its visual structure

9. A mini-saga has exactly …………words.

a. 50

b. 60

c. 70

d. 80

10. Read the following lines of the poem and answer the related question

The seed

How does it know,

This little seed,

If it is to grow

To a flower or weed,

If it is to be

A vine or shoot

Or grow into a tree

With a long deep root?

Taking into accounts the noun phrases: ‘a flower’ , ‘a weed’, ‘a vine or shoot’ and ‘a tree with

long deep roots’ which device is used in the poem to create a literary effect?

a. contrast

b. rhyming

c. visual structure

d. description

11. Read the following poem and answer related question:

What are heavy?

What are heavy? Sea-sand and sorrow;

What are brief? Today and tomorrow;

What are frail? Spring blossoms and youth;

What are deep? The ocean and truth.

The word “frail” in the above poem means……… .

a. easy b. short c. gloomy d. fragile

12. What literary device is used deminately in the above poem?

a. metaphors b. similes c. fresh comparisons d. unlike contrasts

13. In the following lines, the poet suggests that………..

when you can’t

get off the ground

flapping your arms

can be flying

a. life is too short b. we should not lose hope

c. we should not forget each other d. we should pay more attention to old people

Read the following lines of the poem and answer the related questions:

The Monkey and the Mirror

The Monkey at the mirror saw a Monkey there,

In front of him. He nudged his friend the Bear.

“Just look at that” he said. “How, where

On earth did he get such a mug?

How he does smirk and prance about!

If I look anything at all like that big lout,

I’d hang myself for certain. Ugh!

 

14. In the above poem, the phrase “prance about” means………….. .

a. to catch b. to ignore

c. to watch d. to move

15. In the above poem the words “Monkey” and “Bear” begin with capital letter in order

to………..

a. give them the quality of proper Nouns.

b. make the text more literary

c. let the reader understand the poem better

d. make the poem more difficult to read

16. “The Monkey” in the above poem is……..

a. friendly b. selfish and fool

c. famous and deep d. clever and interesting

17. What is the theme of the following poem?

Not in Vain

If I can stop one heart from breaking,

I shall not live in Vain:

If I can ease one life the aching

Or cool one pain,

Or help one fainting robin

Unto his nest again,

I shall not live in Vain.

a. love b. loneliness

c. selfishness d. separation

Read the following poem:

The pocket Watch

Although I am a pocket watch

My hands are now too weak

To tell the time.

For I am old

And cannot speak.

I am not worth a dime.

You keep me now

For old time sake

But everytime I hear the hours chime

My heart would break

18. What does the sentence: “I am not worth a dime” in the above poem mean?

a. I am lonely b. I am not selfish and showy

c. I am not of any value d. I am young

19. The word ‘chime’ in the above poem means………..

a. sound of clocks b. silly smile

c. a thin stream d. basic substance

20. The above poem is a(n)………….poem.

a. sad b. happy

c. animal d. mini-saga

Read the following poem:

Coat

Sometimes I have wanted

to throw you off

like a heavy coat.

Sometimes I have said

you would not let me

breathe or move.

But now that I am free

to choose light clothes

or none at all

I feel the cold

and all the time I think

how warm it used to be

21. In the above poem ‘Coat’ is compared with a(n)………….

a. child b. enemy

c. stranger d. helpful friend

22. The theme of the above poem is………….

a. the old b. separation

c. description of a scene

d. the nature

Read the following poem and answer the related questions:

YOU BUY SOME FLOWERS

You buy some flowers for your table;

You tend them tenderly as you’re table;

You fetch them water from hither and thither

What thanks do you get for it all? They Wither.

23. In the above poem, the word ‘Wither’ means…………

a. secure b. move c. become dry d. smile selfishly

24. What does the phrase “hither and thither” in the above poem mean…………

a. every where b. not far away

c. nowhere d. here and there

25. The above poem is a………….poem.

a. humorous b. sad

c. serious d. childish

26. Read the following poem and answer the related question:

Evening

She sweeps with many-coloured brooms,

And leaves the shreds behind;

Oh, housewife in the evening west,

Come back, and dust the pond!

The poem is about the………

a. battle b. wishes

c. sunset d. brooms

 

27. Read the following lines of the poem and answer the question:

The Microbe

The Microbe is so very small

You can not make him out at all,

But many sanguine people hope

To see him through a microscope.

In the above poem, the word sanguine means………..

a. noisy b. hopeful c. formal d. serious

Read the following lines of the poem and answer the related questions:

‘A Martian Sends a Postcard Home’

……

In homes, a haunted apparatus sleeps,

That snores when you pick it up.

If the ghost cries, they carry it

To their lips and soothe it to sleep

With sounds, And yet, they wake it up

Deliberately, by tickling with a finger.

28. The phrase: ‘haunted apparatus’ refers to a(n)…………

a. telephone b. television c. microscope d. instrument

29. The above poem is a(n)……….poem.

a. old-fashioned b. descriptive c. nature d. sad

30. The dominant image used in the poem is………

a. sound b. fame c. dream d. sleep

 

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