Why do you think the daffodils are ‘golden’?

QuestionsWhy do you think the daffodils are ‘golden’?
Mahaprasad asked 5 months ago

Why does the poet call the flowers ‘a host of golden daffodils’ in the poem ‘Daffodils’ by William Wordsworth?

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Jayanta K Maity Staff answered 5 months ago

The daffodil flowers are yellow and therefore comparable to gold in its colour. Moreover, the flowers lend the poet a kind of golden memory and bring him joy and happiness that he cherishes in his lonely moments. That is why the daffodils are called ‘golden daffodils’.

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