William Wordsworth's Daffodils Poem Summary in Easy and Understandable Words

Daffodils is William Wordsworth's lovely poem. The poet commends magnificent natural objects like wind and waves as well as flagships in this poem. One day, the poet walked by a lake alone in the field. He saw suddenly a lot of golden stallions. 

The lake grew these flowers, danced into the air and spread as the stars in the galaxy. Lake waves were happy to dance, but they were left behind by the bulldozers. This charming scene was very pleased to see the poet.

The poet concludes by saying that every time the eyes of Daffodils are in a mood of thought-provoking mood, his creativity is overwhelmed by his heart. Such beauty is always happiness

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