William Wordsworth Poem Essay

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Some poems have a unique way of grabbing the reader’s attention, and have the ability to keep them interested while reading. Poems come in all different styles, and have different ways to approach the theme. William Wordsworth is a poet, with a relationship with human nature. In most of William Wordsworth’s poems, he has a recurring theme of nature, which shows his passion and makes for a great connection. In the two poems, “It Was An April Morning: Fresh and Clear”, and “I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud (Daffodils)” the recurring common theme I can see in them is the nature part of them. Throughout the surplus of this paper, I will be discussing the different approaches that William Wordsworth takes to discuss and analyze the theme of these two different poems. In the poem, “It Was An April Morning: Fresh and Clear”, …show more content…

The title alone, makes me think about the theme of nature. In the title, where Wordsworth has the two words, “Cloud”, and “Daffodils”, I think about all of the nature in them. For example, when I read the word, Cloud, I think of a cloudy day in the late fall or early spring. Throughout the entire poem, Wordsworth paints an image in the mind of the reader of the nature. While reading the poem, it gives a feeling of happiness, that life is good. In the poem Wordsworth states, “A host, of golden daffodils;/ beside the lake, beneath the trees,”(Wordsworth 2003). He is referring to a nice beach, that is near the lake, beneath a bunch of trees, with a field of daffodils near by. The trees, near the lake, has a great image, the reader can picture of nature. When I think of nature, I usually think of a lake, the beach, a forest of trees and a field of flowers. The approaches that William Wordsworth takes, to approach this theme of nature is, the figurative language, and metaphors, that Wordsworth

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