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Firstly, I’m off, the big, bold, beautiful, unforgettable, unique, unsinkable ship, has set sail, my first ever voyage. It was hard not to get caught up in the euphoria of setting sail. As the passengers get comfortable I invigorate myself. I could hardly conceal my excitement. This is by far the greatest daylight hours of my intact life. Nothing can beat this time in moment. I had a missing piece in me and this journey that I am about to go on completes me. The second that the passengers board me that is it there is no turning back now; I am going to leave my home town, Southampton which I thought that this day will never come, heading for my new destination... New York.
The hours are passing by so fast, I don’t like it I want this time to go smoothly and slowly because I don’t want it do end. Time at sea is my life this is what I want to do, this is where I want to live and stay, just sailing through the beautiful ocean, felling the ocean wash over me, hearing the ocean wash over me and also watching the beauty of the ocean wash over me. This is my wish this is my dream.
Sailing through the etern...
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...eck was swept up and back on itself, as the water rushing beneath brutally tore at bulkheads and decks. Heavy objects form the break in the hill like boilers landed in the vicinity of the stern which had taken a more or less straight path to the seabed, the bow section, although planning away hit the seabed at an angle causing the bow to adopt a twist in its position.
In conclusion, that was it my first ever voyage which was supposed to be a luxurious voyage but it turned out to be something completely else. Although this journey wasn’t what I or anyone expected it to be I am going to live in the sea I am going to be in the sea, I got to fulfil my dream and wish in one long, tiring journey.
I sank to my watery grave and took my last gulp of air...
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