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Titanic - diary of a survivor. As I made my way to the top deck I heard the huge roar of the ships mighty engines, the massive engines pulled out of port heading for the new world.

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It all began on 10th of April in 1912 he continued, I was young and ambitious, and had just got my hands on a 3rd class ticket. At port I saw the most amazing site; the titanic was huge even biblical in size, "882 feet 9 inches long" said a man in the distance. The titanic towered over the city; she stood like a beacon of hope in an otherwise desolate world. The ships 4 colossal chimneys reached for the sky they were mammoths of there class. Excited I ran to get on the ship "ticket please" said the stern ticket inspector. I handed him the ticket and proceeded onto the ship, such a magnificent site it was to behold, crystal chandlers hung from the ceiling and silk tapestries covered the walls. Surrounded by splendour I was truly in heaven for no mortal hands could produce such fine things. Suddenly I was grabbed by a guard "wrong entrance, go the other way" grunted the guard. ...read more.


"America is the future they say gold floes from the stream" said the tom in a matter of fact tone. "Do you really think that's true "I replied "That's what the say, not to mention those wild women they got out there "he whispered quietly. I went to head my head spinning of the adventure that awaited me. Suddenly I was woken by my room mate. "Get up, you got to get up "he said panicked. "It can't be morning already" I replayed "it's bad we've hit something and the captain has ordered us to put on our life jackets". I could head fear in his voice. I got up still sleepy and went to look for a member of crew to ask what was going on. I found the quarter master, but he was swamped with people like me whom were trying to find out what was happening. "Calm down, the life jackets are only a precautionary measure" he said trying to calm the huge crowd that gathered. ...read more.


Charging past people I managed to get to the top deck just in time, the unsinkable titanic was splitting in two. I saw one last life boat and took my chance I ran faster than I hade ever before, running I jumped from the deck just in time. I landed on lifeboat. The crew member on board ordered us to row. After 10 minutes of hard rowing I looked back to see an unbelievable site, the greatest ship ever constructed snapping in two like a twig. "We have to go back!!" I demanded as I heard the distant cries of dying soles, it was carnage. "We cant they will swamp the boat" said the crew member never had I seen such a melancholy face. The atmosphere in the boat was one of sorrow women and children crying for there lost family members. "But" I stopped when I realised he was right, the boat was already full to the brim we couldn't accommodate anyone else. We then sailed away our hearts heavy with our decision. ?? ?? ?? ?? By marc di-trolio ...read more.

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