How Can You Put Horizon in a Poem?

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A horizon is the line at which the earth's surface and the sky seem to meet. Poems that have horizon will be most intended for the fall or rise of something.
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you could say. the horizon is a rizen' (as in the horizon is becoming higher)
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"I saw a man pursuing the horizon;
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The speaker in this poem is suggesting that we should look upon the truth not as unsightly or ugly but see it as a road map that will help guide us within whatever situation is relevant
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as fast as you travel. May you stay undeceived and see, not a line, but a curve of the earth: an elegant offing that leads beyond fear out to Vasco’s discoveries. It’s
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