The Daffodils Poem

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Romanticism is different from the term romance, though love may sometimes be the subject of its emotion and feelings concerns the nature world of human individuals. Romanticism is a movement in the arts and literature that started in the late 18th century and contrasted with realism and classicism, it was a movement against the political, philosophical principles and arty related to Neoclassicism. Romanticism stress on feeling, creativity and imagination, also it emphasise on the artists own personality and sensitive interests in nature. It is focused on human diversity, selecting emotions before wisdom, and looking at the world in a new way. Literature during the Romantic era was concerned by what was going on the world around them. Writers…show more content…
The poem has a simple structure that makes it easier to realize the message of the poet. Wordsworth uses a clever choice of words to highlight this happy temper. The rhyme scheme of the poem ABABCC, DEDEFF, GHGHII and JKJKII. Wordsworth he used too many metaphors and similes. firstly, the poet said he was confused and later he becomes organized after having come in contact with nature , here he used contrast, also through the use of contrast we are able to see the Daffodils as better dancers than the waves. The poet employs the use of comparison to create rich emotional picture and to show the level of the topic being discussed. “I wandered lonely as a cloud” (line 1) the poet compares his random movement to that of a cloud that is floating on high over valleys and hills, he also simile comparing the wondering of a man to a cloud drifting through the sky. The poet links the dance of the Daffodils to the shining stars above across the sky: ‘the milky way’. He uses overstatement to emphasis and greatness; “A host of golden Daffodils ten thousand saw I at a glance”. The poet states that the Daffodils are made of gold, 'Golden Daffodils’ to show its beauty and value. Wordsworth is using a metaphor to compare the daffodils to a crowd of people and a host of angels. He also exaggerates their quantity by claiming to have seen ten thousand Daffodils at a glance. The main themes in “The…show more content…
I share the poet’s emotions as I was there. The poet is able to finds beauty within the natural world; he does not like the new polluted world that has been formed by the Industrial Revolution. He finds better company in Daffodils than he does in a busy city filled with people. I feel that this poem is a wonderful piece of writing. William Wordsworth had done a great work in writing this poem. He does raise reader’s attention in discovering the beauty of the nature. In the end, this poem covers the bond between nature and
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