why does the poet say he paid little thought to the wealth?

why does the poet say he paid little thought to the wealth?

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    The poet said that he paid a little thought to wealth because he was mesmerized and enchanted by the wonderful sight that met his eyes. The poet was concerned only with the sight that met his eyes which was the host of golden daffodils, beneath the trees and beside the lake.

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