What does turns again home in Stanza 2 mean of Crossing the Bar?

What does turns again home in Stanza 2 mean of Crossing the Bar?

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    The line “turns again home” means the tide comes back in to the sea, from where it was once drawn out, The metaphorical meaning to this line is that the poet implies one goes back, after death, to the place from where one has come. It is circle of life and death which gets complete when one returns to same oblivion one has been born from.

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