What is the poet’s reaction to the beauty of Nature in Daffodils?

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smartenglishnotes Staff asked 1 year ago

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SEN answered 1 year ago

The poem is mainly about charming natural scenery. At the beginning, the poet was wandering in the valley and suddenly he told us “at once I saw a crowd, a host, of golden daffodils”. It seems that the poet found something which made his eyes sparkled —- daffodils. The words, such as “golden daffodils”, “beside the lake”, “beneath the trees”, “fluttering”, “dancing”, “in the breeze”, make us imagine the beautiful view and arouse the readers’ visual aesthetic feeling.

All these beautiful views made the poet marvel at the nature and brought the poet great spiritual consolation besides loneliness. Meanwhile, the words “lake”, “trees”, “breeze” are all related to life. And “fluttering”, “dancing” are both related to the vigor of life. It reflected the poet sought brightness and hope from the nature. All these vivid landscapes illustrate Wordsworth’ worship of nature.

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