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Daffodils

  1. 1. Previous Knowledge Testing
  2. 2. DAFFODI L
  3. 3. By : William Wordsworth
  4. 4. I WONDERED LONELY AS A CLOUD THAT FLOATS ON HIGH OVER VALES AND HILLS, WHEN ALL AT ONCE I SAW A CROWD A HOST OF GOLDEN DAFFODLIS; BESIDES THE LAKE ,BENEATH THE TREES. FLUTTERING AND DANCING IN THE BREEZE.
  5. 5. MOVING AIMLESSLY A naturally raised area of land
  6. 6. FLUTTERING hover by flapping the wings quickly and lightly. CROWD GROUP OF PEOPLE
  7. 7. A gentle wind.
  8. 8. I WONDERED LONELY AS A CLOUD THAT FLOATS ON HIGH OVER VALES AND HILLS, WHEN ALL AT ONCE I SAW A CROWD A HOST OF GOLDEN DAFFODLIS; BESIDES THE LAKE ,BENEATH THE TREES. FLUTTERING AND DANCING IN THE BREEZE.
  9. 9. The poet has compared himself to a floating cloud passing over hills and valleys. He was on a stroll through the countryside when he suddenly came across countless yellow daffodils. These daffodils were beside a lake under trees. The flowing breeze made the daffodils flutter and it seemed as if they were dancing.
  10. 10. CONTINUOUS AS STARS THAT SHINE AND TWINKLE ON MILKY WAY, THEY STRETCHED IN NEVER ENDING LINE ALONG THE MARGIN OF A BAY; THEN TEN THOUSAND SAW I AT A GLANCE TOSSING THEIR HEADS IN SPRIGHTLY DANCE.
  11. 11. TWINKLE STRETCHED SHINE LIKE A SPREAD
  12. 12. MILKY WAY A GALAXY MARGIN EDGE OR BORDER
  13. 13. TOSSING SPRIGHTLY Moving TO and FRO full of energy
  14. 14. CONTINUOUS AS STARS THAT SHINE AND TWINKLE ON MILKY WAY, THEY STRETCHED IN NEVER ENDING LINE ALONG THE MARGIN OF A BAY; THEN TEN THOUSAND SAW I AT A GLANCE TOSSING THEIR HEADS IN SPRIGHTLY DANCE.
  15. 15. To William Wordsworth, the daffodils appeared to be as continuous as the twinkling stars on the Milky Way galaxy. They were arrayed in a seemingly unending line along the bank of the adjacent bay. To the poet, it seemed as if ten thousand daffodils were bobbing in the gentle breeze and he imagined them to be engaged in a lively dance.
  16. 16. FOR OFT, WHEN ON MY COUCH I LIE IN VACANT OR IN PENSIVE MOOD; THEY FLASH UPON THAT INWARD EYE. WHICH IS THE BLISS OF SOLITUTE: AND THEN MY HEART WITH PLEASURE FILLS, AND DANCE WITH THE DAFFODILS
  17. 17. Whenever the poet is in low spirits, the sight of the daffodils flashes in his mind. His heart fills with joy and happiness and it seems to him as if his heart is dancing with the daffodils.
  18. 18.  What is the name of the poem?  Who is the poet of the poem?  Where did the poet see the Daffodils?
  19. 19. HOME ASSIGNMENT LEARN THE POEM BY HEART.

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