Titanic

Went for a cruise on the maiden ship Titanic,
A wonderful ship everyone said would be epic
I was not scared because it was unsinkable
To be in fear would for me be unthinkable
Wanted to sail to another land
Where my life could be quite grand
Unpacking my suit case in a luxurious liner
This is the one yacht that could not be finer.
Passengers enjoyed dinner, dancing and music
And all the days of the trip they would frolic
 I heard that people like Astor, Gugenheim Straus, Thayer and Gordon
Would be on this ship including Stead, Fulrelle, Gibson and Morgan
On April 14, 1912 I was that evening returning to my room
Walking down the corridor I heard a deafening boom
Went to find an RMS crew member
When I was told on deck to assemble
He handed me a life jacket just in case
And to get in the lifeboat because there was space
Passengers were lowered down by the crew
The first little boat had just a few
A man started quickly paddling our tiny boat
Once far away he stopped and we would just float
Everyone watched as we heard screaming, crying and yelling
Amongst the chaos we heard music and saw the flares flying
 In the early hours of April 15, the ship’s lights flickered out and then went straight up vertical
We all heard the moans of the iron and watched it break in half and it sank uncontrollable
From quite a distance I saw an ocean of people
Out in the middle of the sea no one felt hopeful
 Soon there was no sound
As we all looked around
  Shivering crying and wondering
 If we going to live or die pondering
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  1. Pingback: “RMS Titanic, Truly Unsinkable!” | Better Endings

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