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Daffodils are happy flowers. They are the very first blossom of spring and seeing them brings pleasure to a lot of folks. William Wordsworth is considered a poet of nature and a topographic or landscape poet. Wordsworth's "Daffodils" has a significance and structure where different techniques such as figurative language, vision, and personification are all utilised to successfully express his happiness and feelings of glee in the eyesight of this daffodils dancing in the breeze. Wordsworth uses figurative language to explain himself in the poem. Wordsworth begins the poem alone. He is not only alone but pleased to be alone he loves the tranquility of isolation. Describing himself like a cloud, something that is deemed peaceful. "I wandered lonely as a Cloud (1)." There's a sense of timelessness in his journ...