The extensive metaphor and the usage of the title and first line simile allow the audience to understand themselves and their role in nature, succinctly and successfully. He became an enthusiast for the ideals of the French Revolution. He is captivated by the startling view of nature. Though the theme is presented and each of the themes previously suggested all are similar, in that we rely upon nature to uplift our own spirits, but nature does not rely on us. In addition, Wordsworth uses personification by giving the daffodils the ability to dance.
The language is simple in this poem. Being with your own thoughts in this poem is not a bad thing, in fact, when the speaker is in a bad mood they can think back to nature and they are instantly happy, their thoughts saved their mood. Wordsworth uses four in each line, making this iambic quatrameter. Although Wordsworth and Coleridge became estranged, they were later reunited. The question of sectionalisms effect has not as often been discussed even though sectionalism was an influential factor in both economics and politics. He was one of the pioneers of the early English.
The rhyme scheme is ababcc and there is the use of alliteration and assonance. A romantic is dissatisfied individual. In 1802 Wordsworth married Mary Hutchinson and they have four children. This discrepancy itself, is a clue to the theme that Wordsworth is aiming for. Though Wordsworth does usefully display the metaphor of the daffodils and the personification of these dancing daffodils as people, that is useful in showing that we are all part of nature and so this personification only used to compliment the simile used to evoke thought from the audience related to the theme that we do not appreciate ourselves in relation to nature and we do not appreciate nature itself. Image: © The British Library Board, Wikimedia Commons, public domain.
Wordsworth wrote a preface to the second edition of The Lyrical Ballads in 1800 which is regarded as the literary manifesto of the movement. Wordsworth attended Hawkshead Grammar School, where his love of poetry was firmly established and, it is believed, he made his first attempts at verse. Wordsworth lived a long and successful life which included his primary occupation as a poet. His heart is then filled with pleasure and dances with the daffodils. It beautifully depicts Nature at its best form and embraces her grace to the apex. The poet says that the daffodils stretched in never-ending line along the margin of a bay. On the first stanza, we have alliteration and assonance.
While roaming in the valley he suddenly sees a crowd, a host, of golden daffodils. In stanza 2, he compares Daffodils with a galaxy of stars. The poet sees the fluttering and dancing movement of the flowers as they are swayed by the breeze that blows across the lake. The image of that memory, is what makes this poem so lovely that you feel at peace at the tranquil setting when you read it. Later, he became the Poet Laureate.
For the Romantics, nature and its beauty were the ultimate wealth and because it was in abundance, he could take away just a little bit of it though he kept watching them. According to the poet, the daffodils which covered the shore of the lake seemed to be unending like the stars in the sky and like them the stars of Milkyway , they were too twinkling. The poet is successful at projecting his extraordinary delight in understanding and exploring common place things. There is a breeze, causing them to appear as if they are dancing. The poem consists of four stanzas having six lines each. Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.
So he is just overjoyed. This continues to give readers a sense of peace and joy combined with lively action. Hence in the poem, the poet concludes that seeing the daffodils dancing along the lake is the dream of every poet including him and being there is like dream coming true. In Britain, Romantic writers of the first generation included William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge Lyrical Ballads, 1798 , William Blake and Robert Burns. Although this verse comes to us in a lighthearted, comedic style, the reader eventually wonders if Ms. Besides these, he had also commented on Poetic diction and figurative speech.
These units are teacher ready and student ready. Water, water, every where, And all the boards did shrink; Water, water, every where, Nor any drop to drink. Having such cheerful companion like the daffodils, a poet like Wordsworth cannot help being happy. GradeSaver, 17 November 2007 Web. Throughout the poem, rhyme and rhythm help it to flow smoothly, giving the readers a continued sense of utopian peace.