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In the first line of the poem, the poet likens himself to a natural object, a cloud. In contrast, the last line of the second stanza, "Tossing their heads in sprightly dance," personifies daffodils, which are natural objects. What do these two devices together suggest? A. harmony between humans and nature B. harmony between clouds and daffodils C. conflict between humans and nature D. within a human mind

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    u still need help

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    the answer is A.

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