Q. 53.9( 37 Votes )

Write ‘Ernest’ or

Answer :

(i) Poet.


He says how his thoughts and works do not correspond with his life.


(ii) Ernest.


The people of the village felt the power in his words while he was talking to them.


(iii) Poet.


He talks about his work being heavenly but his grand dreams remained just dreams, not reality.


(iv) Poet.


Ernest believes that his thoughts were worthy of the likeness with the Great Stone Face.


(v) Ernest.


His words spoken to the audience had reality in it and reflected his own life.


(vi) Poet.


Ernest believed his poems were noble and he was worthy of resemblance to Great Stone Face.


(vii) Ernest.


As the poet listened to Ernest’s words, he realized that Ernest’s thoughts were nobler than any poetry and his face the sweetest. His words reflected his own life.


(viii) Poet.


He himself admitted to Ernest that sometimes he lacked the faith in his own thoughts.


(ix) Ernest.


He lived a life of selfless love and good deeds, so his words were powerful and reflected his own life.


(x) Ernest.


His words to the people were powerful because it reflected his own actions in the life of good deeds and selfless love. This made him great.


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