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Interpretation of a William Wordsworth Poem The poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud by William Wordsworth found on page number 644 in Literature and Its Writers directly involves a perception of what his thought about a particular incidence that stuck out in his mind After admiring a patch of daffodils that were gallantly pictured in his mind Wordsworths importance of what nature means to him is presented in the poem In the poem I believe that the author is trying to represent a pure feeling of calmness affect that a certain incidence may have on someone In his case the fluttering daffodils From reading over the poem once I interpreted that someone was observing daffodils swaying in the breeze which struck the writer as something elegant and memorable With further repetitive reading I started to notice that he was not only explaining this memorable experience literally but he is hinting towards such incidences that may occur to other individual lives To experience such a calmness or pleasurable daydream could have a positive influence that is healthy for one to experience I interpreted the poem as a message to find a personal thought that makes you feel happiness when in an isolated state of mind Starting with interpretations of the poem I noticed the gentle words such as lonely floats and breeze that could soothe ones self to think seriously about a memory such as his setting the tone of the poem Which is the bliss of solitude is a quote from the poem that represents the state of mind that story teller is experiencing while daydreaming on his couch It seems to be a thought that has come up more than once possibly the reason for writing the poem As he begins the poem he describes the similarities of his deep thought to that of a stars never ending shimmer and the twinkle of the Milky Way This type of comparison
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