What is the poet’s attitude to death in Crossing the Bar?

What is the poet’s attitude to death in Crossing the Bar?

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    The poet looks forward to his death. He accepts death as a natural phenomenon and believes it is necessary to meet his creator face-to-face. The poet hopes that his final journey is peaceful and that there are no mourners for him. He inspires faith in religion and in God through his death in this poem.

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