Among the Daffodils

Among the Daffodils

A bayside stroll led William Wordsworth to pen the piece commonly known as “Daffodils.” Although the poem’s phrasing suggests solitary observation, an 1802 journal entry by his sister, naturalist poet and diarist Dorothy Wordsworth, recounts a shared experience.

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