What does the poet compare the daffodils with?

QuestionsWhat does the poet compare the daffodils with?
Swastik asked 7 months ago

What does William Wordsworth compare the daffodils to in his poem “Daffodils”?

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Jayanta Kumar Maity Staff answered 7 months ago

In the poem “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”, the poet has compared the daffodils —

The speaker says that the daffodils were shining, twinkling and were stretched in a never-ending line just like the stars on the Milky way. In the next stanza, he compares the happiness of the flowers with the waves beside them. The daffodils out-did the waves in their happy dance.


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Rucha Ravindra Yeul answered 4 months ago

In the second stanza the poet compares the daffodils with the twinkling and shining stars.


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NITESH SINGH answered 2 months ago

The poet compares the daffodils with stars in the milky way and also with the waves. He compares daffodils with stars because stars in the milky way are widespread and are always shinning as the daffodils were shinning and stretched in a straight path.


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