How do we know that the poet is all alone in the poem “Daffodils” by William Wordsworth?
The very first line of the poem reveals that the poet, or at least the speaker, is all alone in a hilly area:
I wandered lonely as a cloud
The poet was ‘lonely’ when he was wandering about “o’er vales and hills”.
The first line of the poem states “I wandered lonely as a cloud” which indicates that the poet is by himself. He was ‘lonely’ as he wandered about “o’er vales and hills” where he spots the daffodils.