How is Tennyson’s poem Crossing the Bar a positive metaphor for death?

How is Tennyson’s poem Crossing the Bar a positive metaphor for death?

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    Tennyson, through his poem, “Crossing the Bar”, urges people not to fear death. He is in favour of accepting death throughout the poem. He says that in order to meet God face-to-face, one has to cross the boundary between life and death. Death is a natural phenomenon and God’s love can be attained only in the afterlife.

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