CTET Paper-II English: Questions 1 - 9 of 191
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I have a little shadow
that goes in and out with me.
And what can be that use of him
is more than I can see.
He is very, very like me
from the heels upto the head;
And I see him jump before me
When I jump into my bed.
The funniest thing about him
is the way he likes to grow-
Not at all like proper children,
Which is always very slow;
For he sometimes gets so little
and there’s none of him at all
He hasn’t got a notion
of how children, ought to play.
And can only make a foal of me,
in every sort of way.
He stays so close beside me.
he’s a coward you can see;
I’d think shame to stick to nursie
as that shadow sticks to me!
One morning, very early
before the Sun was up,
I rose and found the shining dew
on every buttercup
But my lazy little shadow,
like an arrant sleepyhead,
Had stayed at home behind me
and was fast asleep in bed.
– Robert Louis Stevenson
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The storm came on before its time
She wandered up and down;
And many a hill did Lucy climb;
But never reached the town.
The wretched parents all that night
Went shouting far and wide;
But there was neither sound nor sight
To serve them for a guide.
That day-break on a hill, they stood
That overlooked the moor;
And thence they saw the bridge of wood,
A furiong from their door.
They wept and turning homeward, cried,
‘In heaven we all shall meet,
When in the snow the mother spied
The print of Lucy’s feet.
– William Wordsworth