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In the poem the Daffodils writen by William Wordsworth. The poet was wandering aimlessly as a cloud but suddenly he came across a crowd of daffodils which were growing beside the lake and beneath the trees. The poet compares them to the stars that twinkle and shine in the milky way. They stretch in never ending line and a thousand of them dance springly. The waves beside them danced, in happiness; the poet find the sight very cheerful. He gazed and gazed in amazement and did not care what wealth did this sight bring to him. When often he lies cozy on his couch in vacant or lost in thoughts. He has the lovely memories of the daffodils when he is in a state of loneliness. His heart fills with pleasure and dances with the daffodils.
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