What Do You Think of My Poem What I Wrote?

Question by Lily J: What do you think of my poem what I wrote?
I wandered lonely as a cloud
That floats on high o’er vales and hills
When all at once I saw a crowd
A host of golden daffodils.

So far so good but I can’t think of any more. Any suggestions?

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Answer by old rubber lips
well it`s original,,,,,:)

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  1. Robert Harrison says:

    Sorry Lilly but your poem is what is called plagiarism. A piece of writing that has been copied from someone else and is presented as being your own work.
    Your 1st, 3rd and 4th lines are taken from Wordsworth’s poem “Daffodils”.

    This is not legal and can warrant the copyright act coming into play here. DELET THIS POEM NOW.

    Robert

  2. Adi says:

    Bears a striking resemblance to Wordsworth.

  3. Robin B says:

    for legal reasons, lets just hope your a decendant of wordsworth

  4. crazy4carrots23 says:

    You’re a plagarizing moron. You didn’t write that poem, Wordsworth did. Delete it now or I will report you

    3..2…1!

    Too late! You’ve been reported

  5. Gloomyguy says:

    I don’t like those old fashioned poetic licence words like o’er
    Crowd doesn’t really rhyme with cloud. Proud does. Try that.
    I saw a proud lot of yellow daffs. It’s so important to choose the right image in poetry. All depends on the word’s worth.

  6. andrewgordon100 says:

    Are you a moron?

  7. Peter T says:

    have you tried singing ?

  8. nBOBp says:

    I picked the lot and sold them on
    I’m filthy rich, I made a ton
    Tomorrow I’ll being orchid picking
    Then my nose and bogey flicking
    Finally I’ll be picking balls
    For yes the national lottery calls
    And when I’m on my yatch at sea
    I’ll bless dear William’s poetry

  9. willhurst2001 says:

    Sorry everyone else took you seriously. I thought it was funny “what I wrote”!
    Don’t worry he’s been out of copyright for many, many years.

  10. pinky says:

    i reckon wordsworth wont mind you copying him cos e aint feeling none to chatty.