What figure of speech is used in the last two lines of I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud?

What figure of speech is used in the last two lines of I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud?

Figures of Speech (stanza one): ‘I wondered lonely as a cloud. ‘ Simile: The poet compares himself to a cloud walking without an aim. The poet used alliteration in: -Line 2: ‘That floats on high o’er vales and hills’.

What does the inward eye represent?

By “inward eye” the poet means that when he is in a thoughtful or pensive mood, these daffodils come into his mind and in his dreams. Inward eye meaning is; in his dreams.

How is the inward eye a blessing given to us by solitude?

The ‘bliss of solitude’ means the blessings of loneliness. The poet William Wordsworth says that when he is alone in vacant and in pensive mood, i.e., when he is not doing anything particular, the daffodils which he had seen in the valley flash upon his inward eye and fill his heart with pleasure.

What are the different things that the speaker compares the daffodils with?

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.

How does the sight of the daffodils affect the speaker?

In “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” what natural sight does the speaker describe? Natural sights (field of daffodils) in “I wandered lonely as a cloud” it makes the speaker feel peace and joyful. If the speaker is in solitude or in a pensive mood, he goes to the field of daffodils and he feels solace.

Where and how did the Speaker remember the daffodils later in life?

Answer: whenever he becomes sad or in vacant mood or foul mood the site of the dancing daffodils beside the glowing waves of the lake water makes the poet forgot his bacon thoughts and sad mood to get a certain happiness of solitude which feels the poet’s hearts with pleasurable thoughts.

What impression does the word wandered create?

walking aimlessly

How did the daffodils compete with the waves on the lake What does the jocund company do to the speaker?

Answer. The daffodils wave and are compared to the lake. The jocund company makes the speaker happy and not lonely.

Who could not help being happy and why?

Answer. ~>A poet who was susceptible to natural grace could not help but feel happy in the presence of the beautiful objects of nature…

Why does the poet compare the Dance of the daffodils to the waves?

The poet was very much moved by the sight of the daffodils. So, by comparing the dancing of the daffodils to that of the waves beside them, he merely wanted to express the joy the flowers brought to his mind. The waves in the lake were sparkling in joy, but the daffodils seemed to have exceeded the waves in their glee.

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