The waves beside them danced; but they out-did the sparkling waves in glee: a poet could not but be gay, in such a jocund company –“i wandered lonely as a cloud,” william wordsworth what is the effect of rhyming glee and company in this part of the poem? the rhyme emphasizes the speaker’s joy at being among the flowers. the rhyme reflects the romantic poet’s interest in nature and mythology. the rhyme highlights the contrast between loneliness and joy.
A). The rhyme emphasizes the speaker’s joy at being among the flowers.
Rhyme has a significant role to play in poems that not only includes the adding of rhythm to proffer a specific effect or emphasize a point that helps make it sound more pleasing and delightful.
In the given excerpt from Wordsworth's "I Wander Lonely as a Cloud" which is also known as "Daffodils", Wordsworth employs rhyming of 'glee' and 'company' with the rhyme scheme of ABAB in order to 'accentuate the speaker's feeling of joy with the daffodils(flowers)'. These lines reveal the author's cheerful and light-hearted state in the 'company' of nature(represented by the daffodils). Thus, option A is the correct answer.
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The rhyme emphasizes the speaker’s joy at being among the flowers.