CBSE Class 7 English Unseen Poem Set B

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Unseen Poem Class 7 English Assignment Pdf

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Class 7 English Assignment for Unseen Poem

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<p><strong>Question: Read the poem carefully and answer the questions by choosing the correct option:</strong><br /> <br />   <em>Beggarly Heart</em><br /> <br />   When the heart is hard and parched up,<br />   come upon me with a shower of mercy.<br />   When grace is lost from life,<br />   come with a burst of song.<br />   When tumultuous work raises its din on <br />                 all sides shutting me out from<br />   beyond, come to me, my Lord of silence, <br />                 with your peace and rest.<br />   When my beggarly heart sits crouched,  shut up in a corner,<br />           break open the door, my King, <br />                  and come with the ceremony of a king.<br />   When desire blinds the mind with delusion and dust, <br />                 O you holy one,<br />   You wakeful, come with your light <br />                  and your thunder<br /> <br /> <strong>      <em>Rabindranath Tagore</em></strong><br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <strong>(a) Through this poem, the poet begs God to</strong><br />  (i) end the famine.<br />  (ii) come to his help in times of need.<br />  (iii) punish the offenders.<br />  (iv) forgive the sinners.<br /> <br /> <br /> <strong>(b) He prays that when his heart becomes dry, He should</strong><br />  (i) punish him.<br />  (ii) send a doctor to him.<br />  (iii) use magic to cure him.<br />  (iv) shower mercy on him.<br /> <br /> <br /> <strong>(c) He asks God to come with a burst of song when</strong><br />  (i) the grace is lost from his life.<br />  (ii) the people ask for it.<br />  (iii) the singers disappear from the earth.<br />  (iv) he feels bored.<br /> <br /> <br /> <strong>(d) When he faces loud or uproarious noise all around him, he wants God to give him</strong><br />  (i) peace and rest.<br />  (ii) courage to complain against it.<br />  (iii) sense to enjoy it.<br />  (iv) ways to avoid it.<br /> <br /> <br /> <strong>(e) The poet addresses the God as his</strong><br />  (i)   friend<br />  (ii)  foe<br />  (iii) king<br />  (iv)  enemy<br /> <br /> <br /> <strong>(f) The poet says that when desire blinds his mind, he hopes God to come to help him with</strong><br />  (i) His forgiveness.<br />  (ii) provision of more desires.<br />  (iii) His light and thunder.<br />  (iv) fulfillment of all the desires.<br /> <br /> <br /> <strong>(g) The synonym of ‘<em><span style="text-decoration: underline;">chaotic</span></em> ’as given in the passage is:</strong><br />  (i) crouched<br />  (ii) tumultuous<br />  (iii) parched<br />  (iv) delusion</p>

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