Is the following passage grammatically correct, and does it look good?
The poet walks the countryside alone imagining himself adrift. Then the reverie is broken by the sight of the daffodils caught in the gentle wind and the flowers appear to him to have taken on the form of lively dancers. This shock captures his spirits and he views the scene as a 'host', welcoming and uplifting. The daffodils seem to be as numerous as the stars that shine in the sky. They stretch endlessly along the shore, and though the waves of the lake dance beside the flowers, the daffodils overshadow the water in glee. The poet can’t help but be happy in such a joyful company of flowers. He stares and stares, but doesn’t realize what wealth the scene will bring him.
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