William Wordsworth

(1770-1850 / Cumberland / England)

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Daffodils


I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
When all at once I saw a crowd,
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  • Global Work (9/8/2013 2:31:00 PM)

    That floats on high o'er vales and hills,
    When all at once I saw a crowd,
    A host, of golden daffodils;

    these are a great lines.....
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  • Jyoti Kerkar (8/26/2013 12:38:00 AM)

    And then my heart with pleasure fills
    and dances with the Daffodils

    My all time Favorite Poem! ! ! (Report) Reply

  • B. Laxmi Priya (7/17/2013 9:27:00 AM)

    I have read it hundreds of times since my childhood. It always appears fresh and new. Immortal composition. (Report) Reply

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  • Andy Morris (6/23/2013 5:44:00 PM)

    Trees and grass
    Upon a hill
    A dandelion
    And a daffodil
    Well, a dandelion anyway
    There are no daffodils today
    But as if to somehow fill the need
    You'll always find a willing weed
    And I should know
    For I think I am
    In human form
    A dandelion (Report) Reply

  • Andy Morris (6/23/2013 5:42:00 PM)

    Dandelion

    Trees and grass
    Upon a hill
    A dandelion
    And a daffodil
    Well, a dandelion anyway
    There are no daffodils today
    But as if to somehow fill the need
    You'll always find a willing weed
    And I should know
    For I think I am
    In human form
    A dandelion

    Andy Morris (Report) Reply

  • Barbara Mackenzie (4/1/2013 10:19:00 AM)

    My Nana was repeating words over and over the day before she passed away. Normally sharp as a tack, today she was like a broken record with no awareness of anybody else or anything, just these words. I had spent a lot of time with her over my life and had never heard them before. She was completely immersed in a patient, persistent, struggle with the words - which was not a simple task when actively dying, at 98. AND, after hours of stumbling over and over the first and then second stanza, it appeared (to me) that she was 'creating' and I thought she was having a moment of genius. So I (frantically writing) tried to grasp these wonderful words as they trickled out. I went home to google the words I had captured and to my amazement, my Nana was not becoming a savant, she was remembering. I printed the whole poem and the next morning (April 1,2009) she was still repeating. I began to read and she became silent. I read the entire thing and she didn't speak again. I read the poem over and over as she laid silent with a huge smile - and then she died. Sometimes the greatest gifts are simply profound. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 9 Points Srimayee Ganguly (12/15/2012 11:38:00 AM)

    And then my heart with pleasure fills,
    And dances with the daffodils.
    _Like Wordsworth, I am delighted too. The poem entranced me just like the daffodils entranced Wordsworth. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 9 Points Kezang Dawa (10/29/2012 12:58:00 AM)

    once born is we grow ole to die in the eyes of those who passersby.....once born is death so Parallel....worth poem! (Report) Reply

  • Rookie - 9 Points Elsie Louis (8/13/2012 9:35:00 AM)

    I know this is just what everyone else is saying... But... I love this poem. [3 (Report) Reply

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