CTET Paper-I English: Questions 107 - 113 of 294
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Snug in mother’s bosom
The newly born
Rests in warm embrace,
Listening to mother’s heart beat
Love takes another form
In the friendship of mates,
Eating, playing and fighting,
Childhood moves on to youth,
The irresistible attraction
Of the opposite sexes,
Brings a fiery love
Through tempestuous adulthood.
This melts into paternal love
Losing sleep when a child is sick
Untold pleasure in his achievements,
And anxiety in his misfortunes.
Old age brings another love,
And lust for life
Seeking pleasures when pleasure recedes,
And love gets colder by the day.
Inexorably moving towards the end
The ultimate love lies ahead.
But through changing seasons.
It has been all the way.
Question number: 107 (5 of 6 Based on Passage) Show Passage
Question number: 108 (6 of 6 Based on Passage) Show Passage
Our constant march towards infinity,
Seems to have jeopardised the real identity.
What are we sent for?
Is it to experience the exuberance of Nature?
Or to plunge into an eternal race of rivalry,
Where a man devours his divine self,
And strives to show his supermacy.
Really a blind race, full of strife,
That has soaked the sap of human life.
O, Misguided soul,
Listen patiently the songs of divinity,
That’ll subdue the passion of brutality,
And lead you to the Great White Throne,
Which all of us must vie to own.