What are the romantic elements of Nature in "Daffodils" by William Wordsworth?

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If you are interested in the Nature Poetry elements of William Wordsworth 's Daffodils poem, then those would be the spiritual replenishment that Nature gives our souls and minds through all her beauty - in this case  a host of golden daffodils. The element of freedom in Nature Poetry is...

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If you are interested in the Nature Poetry elements of William Wordsworth's Daffodils poem, then those would be the spiritual replenishment that Nature gives our souls and minds through all her beauty - in this case  a host of golden daffodils. The element of freedom in Nature Poetry is there too ('I wandered lonely as a cloud) freedom from cares, from worries and from the material shackles of the world - freedom of thought also. Imagination is another key element of Nature Poetry and in this poem and in many others right back from classical times, it is illustrated by the image of the wind - which is so fresh and cool in early March and probably scented with the gentle fragrance of the flowers. Inspiration for the 'muse' of poetry is another point.

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