Wordsworth's Poetical Works

i wandered lonely as a cloud by: William Wordsworth

In the poem the speaker compares daffodils to stars in the milky way. Why does he do that?

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The waving heads of the daffodils reminded him of the countless stars in the galaxy. Thus, the flowers are compared to the beauty and number of the stars in the Milky Way.