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(From Emily Dickinson's "The Moon is Distant from the Sea)

In the Dickinson poem, the moon and the sea are metaphors for
a. uncaring and cold natural forces
b. a strict teacher and a frightened pupil
c. a loved one and the speaker
d. the effect of a rising and falling tide
Can't decide between B and C..

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