Section I: Multiple-ChoiceQuestions 1–7 refer to the passage.Read the following poem by Christina Rossetti first published in 1881 carefully before you choose your answers.I loved you first: but afterwards your loveOutsoaring mine, sang such a loftier songAs drowned the friendly cooings of my dove.Which owes the other most? my love was long,(5)And yours one moment seemed to wax more strong;I loved and guessed at you, you construed meAnd loved me for what might or might not be –Nay, weights and measures do us both a wrong.(10)With separate 'I' and 'thou' free love has done,For one is both and both are one in love:Rich love knows nought of 'thine that is not mine;'Both have the strength and both the length thereof,Both of us, of the love which makes us one.1.In lines 1-5 (“I loved . . . strong”), the primary contrast is between(A) harmony and discord(B) duration and intensity(C) motionlessness and movement(D) humans and birds(E) words and music2.