The poem, "I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud by William Wordsworth, is about how nature can bring joy to someone's heart. In this poem Wordsworth writes about how, when he is feeling the most lonely, he likes to think back to that day when he saw a group of golden daffodils that were splashing around on a lake. He says when he reminisces about that day he feels at peace and he can find happiness in nature.
In the first stanza Wordsworth compared himself to a lonely cloud streaming along valleys and hills when he saw a group of golden daffodils on a lake under a tree and was stopped by their beauty (lines 1-6). He compared himself to a lonely cloud because he was indicating that he was completely isolated. Now another person's interpretation of this may be that maybe he was hallucinating or just simply daydreaming but as you keep reading it obvious