posted by Franco on .
I forgot to include the following sentences. I really hope you can have a look at them.
1)The daffodils are described not as static like in a painting but as alive with motion.
2) Actually, they are fluttering and dancing in the breeze, and tossing their heads in sprightly dance.
3) All nature appears wonderfully alive and happy. The stars shine and twinkle whereas the waves sparkle in glee. The key of the poem is therefore joy.
4)The daffodils outdo the sparkling waves in glee. They provide a jocose company which fills the poet’s heart with pleasure.
5)In the third stanza the poet suggests that in order to hear the voice of nature we should be in a state of inner emptiness almost like that of the mystics when they enter into communion with God.
6) This state of mind favours the poet’s inner perception, which he calls inward eye.
7) Thanks to his inner perception the poet’s physical loneliness turns into a moment of ecstasy, which he calls bliss of solitude.
It all looks perfect.