The calypso borealis is a story by John Muir. John Muir setout on a journey that had to do with going through lakes andwoods. He had made it his whole life’s journey to find sspecific flower. He had many hardships and struggle butwhen he stumbles he finds himself to find the flower in frontof him. He is overjoyed with an overwhelming sense ofexcitement.The poem “I wandered lonely as a cloud” is written byWilliam Wordsworth, a poet. He is a very romantic poet. Thisis about how he had seen a bunch of daffodils and it madehim the happiest human alive. So whenever he is at homeand not where the daffodils are, he gets a sense of lonlinessand becomes depressed. Once he thinks of daffodils to behappy and have joyus thoughts.Both John and William have similiar perceptions aboutnature and the outdoors. They both find such beauty innature and find joy when they are immersed in it. They bothhave faced sadness and feelings of heartache but overcome itand find happinesswhen they think or go to nature. I see
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Romanticism,John Muir,Romantic poetry,I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud