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Titanic. She was the unsinkable, most luxurious and the largest iron made craft ever built. Emotionally, all I remember is death.

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The story of the Titanic and the iceberg has grown into a legend of the sea. The Titanic set sail from Southampton to New York. She was the unsinkable, most luxurious and the largest iron made craft ever built. Emotionally, all I remember is death. I cannot get over the thought of losing my beloved family. Whilst the grand boat moved slowly and smoothly, it made a growl. Nobody had any idea what was going to happen. Everyone was in a delighted frame of mind. I still remember myself being in the dim, black, moonless atmosphere screaming out for the desperate help. ...read more.

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He was my life and I loved him as much as I love myself. He meant everything to me. Taking him down with me was never going to happen! Also, like leeches, all we could do was clung on to any left over pierce of the boat that we could find. It was a nightmare! What was to be a peaceful holiday became a 'near to death experience' the large, floating mass of ice had everyone begging for help. Taking as much people as possible, the Titanic plunged to the bottom of the sea like a tumbling submarine. The ship broke into two equal pieces, separating us all in different sides of the frosty water. ...read more.

Conclusion

Moreover, Jake devoted his life just to serve mine. I didn't want to let go of his hands but it had to be done; I let his hands slip. I was helpless, but did he survive? No he didn't. I thought I was dreaming. I still weep and ask myself who it was to blame. Was it me or the murdering ocean? So, I prayed not to lose another family member, but did the ocean answer my prayers? Suddenly, I saw the bright flashing light coming towards my direction. It was just a few minutes delayed to find Jake breathing. My heart was filled with both delight and misery. Finally, the Atlantic had taken all the humans lives apart from those who had struggled. This was it. The luxurious holiday was replaced by death. Melissa Mashabidze. ...read more.

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