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A Wander Through Wordsworths Poem I Wander Lonely as a Cloud William Wordsworth is a famous Romantic English poet known for his imagery in his work In his poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud one can see his use of imagery and emotion at its best The plot in this poem is quite frank One reading this poem may believe their are on a mystical journey that the author is portraying I wander as lonely a cloud That floats on high oer vales and hills When all at once I saw a crowd A host of golden daffodils Beside the lake beneath the trees Fluttering and dancing in the breeze 2-6 The speaker says that while wandering like a cloud and floating high above the hills and valleys he runs into a field of daffodils beside the lake These dancing fluttering flowers seem to be caught by the essence of the speaker One can obviously see that this instant in his existence has meant a great deal to him He says that a poet could not help but be happy in such a joyful company of flowers He also says whenever he feels vacant or pensive the memory flashes upon that inward eye that is the bliss of solitude and his heart fills with pleasure and dances with the daffodils The imagery Wordsworth uses is extremely firm making one feel like they too saw this extraordinary vision of daffodils He uses soft words such as the gentle flower that he is describing He mentions that the daffodils are fluttering dancing and twinkling such terms make the lines flow with a musical expression He is able to make the daffodils come to life in a joyous movement making one feel like they are also swaying along with the flowers One can see that he holds daffodils and nature in high admiration This poem has a lot of nature images that one can see
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