9th Class English Notes (Federal Board) Unit # 5 Daffodils (Poem)

Question # 1: How the poet was wondering?

Answer: The poet was walking alone like a cloud that swim on high over valles and mountains.

Question # 2: What the poet saw?

Answer: The poet saw many daffodils on the bank of a stem.

Question # 3: With what thing the poet compared daffodils?

Answer: The poet compared the daffodils with stars.

Question # 4: How the poet compared daffodils with stars?

Answer: Daffodils were looking as shining as they were stars their smile looked like stars winking the endless rows looked as stars in the galaxy.

Question # 5: How many daffodils did the poet see?

Answer: The poet saw thousand daffodils in his single look.

Question # 6: What did the poet think about the scene?

Answer: The poet thinks about the daffodils that how importance these daffodils are to him.

Question # 7: How does the poet feel in the company of daffodils?

Answer: The poet felt relent and delight full in the happy company of daffodils.

Question # 8: When does he use to remind the scene?

Answer: When the poet uses to lie on his bed in empty or in thought mood. He uses to remind the scene.

Stanza # 1: –

References: These line have been take the poem “Daffodils” which is composed by William words worth.

Paraphrasing:  The poet has compared his aimless walk with clouds the swim on high over valles and mountains suddenly he saw a huge flock of golden daffodils that and were near the strem and under the trees and looking as they were welcoming him the daffodils were all so swing and play in in the wind.

Stanza # 2:-

References: These line have been take from the poem “Daffodils” which is composed by “William words worth”.

Paraphrasing: In this stanza the poet describes a pleasant experience of his life that once he walking on the bank of the lake. He saw thousands of daffodils in his single look and these were looking as shining as these were stars winking. The were arranged in very long line like star in galaxy. They were teasing their heads with each other and were dancing very playfully.

Stanza # 3: –

References:   These line have been the poem “Daffodils” which is composed by William Wordsworth.

Paraphrasing: The poet says in this stanza that the daffodils were on the bank of the lake and these were enjoying the beautiful scene of dancing waves of lake. This scene made the poet very happy. He enjoyed the good company of however and kept looking the scene and started thinking that how important this scene would be him.

Stanza # 4: –

References: These line have been the poem “Daffodils” which is composed by  William Wordsworth.

Paraphrasing:  In this stanza the poet says that some time when he lies on his bed in empty or in thought full mood he uses to remind the beautiful scene that he say which is the joyness of his loneless after reminding the scene his heart fills with delight and playing with daffodils very happy.

Question # 9: What is the central idea of the poem?

Answer: In this poem, the poet captures both image and feelings concerned to a special moment in life. This poem is a tribute to nature, its and wonderful memories. These memories have purifying effects on poet’s mind.

Question # 10: What do the daffodils represent in the Poem?

Answer: The daffodils represent nature and beautiful scene in the poem.

Question # 11: What “Wealth” do memories of the scene give to the poets?

Answer: Memories of scene give poet bliss of loneless. His heart fills with pleasure and starts dancing when ever he recalls his memories.

Question # 12: List the words that heighten the sound effect in the poem?

Answer: The poet has use these words in this stanza/poem to produce sound effect.

  1. Cloud    – Crowed
  2. Hills     – Daffodils
  3. Trees    – Breeze
  4. Shine    – Line
  5. Way      – Bay
  6. Glance  – Dance
  7. They      – Clay
  8. Thought – Brought
  9. Lie           – Eye
  10. Mood       – Solitude
  11. Fills          – Daffodils

Question # 13: How has the poet heightened the impact of the poem by using the figurative language?

Answer: This poem is full of figurative language. The poet has compared daffodils with nature and himself with cloud and gives nature a living characted at many places.

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