Theory:

"Sea-Fever" is a famous poem written by "John Edward Masefield". This poem is taken from "Salt-Water Ballads" in \(1902\). "Salt-Water Ballads" is a collection of poems based on themes of seafaring and maritime history.
 
"Sea-Fever" is one of the most famous poems known for its urge and love for nature. The poetry speaks about a person who talks about his never-ending love for the sea. It also illustrates how he sees the sea as a female and wants to spend most of his time with her.
 
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The poet compares sea as a female
 
He assumes that the lonely sea is longing for his presence. Throughout this poem, the speaker speaks about his love for nature.