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  1. "Ten thousand saw I at a glance" is an example of hyperbole. A hyperbole is an exaggerated statement which depicts that something is large or uncountable. The poet says that he saw ten thousand daffodils at a glance which means there were a large number of daffodils. Read the summary of this poem.

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  1. The poem I Wandered Lonely As A Cloud is divided into four main stanzas having six lines each having iambic tetrameter and rhyme scheme ABABCC. Read the summary of this poem.  

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  1. The meter of the poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud is iambic tetrameter which means each line has four ("tetra") iambs (an iamb is a combination of stressed and unstressed syllables). e.g. I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o’er vales and hills. The bold ones are stressed syllables whiRead more

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  1. The tone of the poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud or Daffodils is joyful and exciting. The moment, poet's eyes see the daffodils, his heart becomes jovial. He feels as if they are like the twinkling stars (they look charming in the night) spread across the valley. He calls their movement due to airRead more

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  1. The title of the poem i.e. Daffodils represent the beauty of nature. Daffodils were the main source of joy and happiness in the valley because he was wandering like a cloud over the hills and only daffodils made him to stop and lose himself in their beauty. Hence, daffodils depict how beautiful andRead more

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  1. In the poem I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud, daffodils represent the beauty and charm of nature which makes a person happy and joyful. For the poet, the daffodils were looking so charming that he could not stop seeing them. Hence he kept gazing them for long. Read the summary of this poem.

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  1. Inward eye means the passive or sad thoughts of the poet which make him down. According to him, whenever he feels sad, the memories of daffodils flash across his mind that cheer him up. Read the summary of this poem.

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