Very Short Questions from The Voice Of The Rain

Prepare objective type questions or very short questions with answers from the poem The Voice of The Rain written by Walt Whitman - Based on NCERT pattern - Hornbill - very helpful for class 11th students

The Voice of the Rain

Q. Who is the poet of The Voice of The Rain ?

Answer - Walt Whitman

Q. Where does the poet belong ?

Answer - America

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Q. Whom does the poet talk in the poem ?

Answer - Rain

Q. Who is the Poem of Earth ?

Answer - Rain

Q. Where does the rain rise out ?

Answer - Of the land and the bottomless sea

Q. Where does the rain go ?

Answer - Upward to heaven

Q. What is the meaning of heaven ?

Answer - Sky

Q. What is the meaning of art thou ?

Answer - Are you

Q. What happens to the rain in the sky ?

Answer - Completely changed

Q. What happens to the seeds without rain ?

Answer - They remain seeds, hidden and unborn

Q. Why does rain come to the globe ?

Answer - To lave the droughts, atomies and dust-layers

Q. What is the meaning of globe ?

Answer - Earth

Q. What is the meaning of lave ?

Answer - Wash

Q. What is the meaning of droughts ?

Answer - Famines

Q. What is the meaning of atomies ?

Answer - Tiny particles

Q. What does the rain give to its origin ?

Answer - Life

Q. What is the meaning of origin ?

Answer - Birth-place

Q. What is the rain compared with in the poem ?

Answer - Song

Q. How does the song return at its birth-place ?

Answer - Duly with love

Q. Who purifies and beautifies the earth ?

Answer - Rain

Q. What is the meaning of latent ?

Answer - Hidden

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