Summary of the Poem "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth

Summary of the Poem "Daffodils" written by William Wordsworth

Here is the summary of the poem Daffodils written by William Wordsworth. This poem is included in the course textbook of class 9th in Pakistan. You can search this post by "9th class summaries" or "Summary of the poem Daffodils for 9th class".


The poem has been written by William Wordsworth, a romantic poem. He is known as the poet of nature because of his love for it. most of his poems describe nature and its beauty. In this poem, he shares with us his exciting experience of enjoyment at the sight of beautiful Daffodils flowers. He states that once he was walking in the countryside. He suddenly came across a large number of daffodils growing along the bank of a lake. The flowers were in the flood bloom. The cool breeze was blowing. The daffodils were moving and dancing in the breeze. The sight delighted and fascinated the poet and he looked at the flowers for a long time. This sight left a lasting impression on his memory. As a result, whenever, he is alone and in a sad mood, the same sight comes into his imagination. The poet's heart is filled with pleasure. This experience has become a permanent source of pleasure for the poet. 
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Summary of the Poem "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth Summary of the Poem "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth Reviewed by Saif Ullah ZahidonFebruary 05, 2018 Rating: 5