justify the title of the poem crossing the bar

justify the title of the poem crossing the bar

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    Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s poem’s title “Crossing the Bar” is aptly justified. The poem talks about the poet’s acceptance of his death. He wants to cross the sandbar, which stands as a boundary between life and death. The poet calmly accepts death as a natural process and hope to meet his creator, face to face, after his death. In order to transition from life to death, crossing the bar is necessary for him and hence the title of the poem is written as “Crossing the Bar.”

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