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The mind can create its own world rather than the other way about William Wordsworth Percy Bysshe Shelly John Keats and Robert Browning all display a certain power of imagination in which the mind is capable of creating its own world From the imagination of poets words live on depicting scenes as if one was involvedWilliam Wordsworth displays a great deal of imagination in his poem I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud He uses personification to create an image so beautiful and real A host of golden daffodilsdancing in the breeze4-7 here Wordsworth creates an image that the daffodils are inviting strangers in and entertaining or dancing for them Wordsworth says I gazed- and gazed- but little thought what wealth the show to me had brought17-18 he didnt realize what the scenery meant to him until he wasnt around it Through his words readers can experience the dancing of the daffodilsPercy Bysshe Shelly takes the reader on a journey in his poem Ozymandias I met a traveler from an antique land Shelly says in the first line From the beginning of the poem the mind is able to create its own antique land because Shelly doesnt specify from the real world what an antique land is Shellys use of imagery allows the reader to picture the traveler And wrinkled lip and sneer of cold command4 Shelly used words that allow the mind to create John Keats is another poet whose words allow the mind to create its own world In Ozymandias Keats says Thou still unravished bride of quietness1 He is allowing the readers to create their own unravished bride of quietness At the end of the poem Keats leaves us with a great quote Beauty is truth truth beauty49 He is saying that beauty can be found in anything that is real or trueMy Last Duchess by Robert Browning gives the reader scenery but leaves blanks for the mind to wander Looking as if
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