Firstly, I’m off, the big, bold, beautiful, unforgettable, unique, unsinkable ship, has set sail, my first ever maiden 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. There is no turning back now; I left my home town, South Hampton which I thought that this day will never come, heading for my new destination... New York.
Also, sailing through the eternal ocean (the glacial, icy, pungent ocean), I come across hours of darkness, the crisp blue dawn sky above was being attacked by a crowd of murky gray by spreading their missiles all over the clouds with their exhaust which looked like an armed forces rushing overhead to overtake the sunny day, I feel alarmed and panic stricken me as me and darkness are not closed friends nevertheless, also filled of ecstasy as the1st part of my voyage is near to an end. New York here I come.
In addition, a few more days and I’m there. Dancing with enthusiasm, the aquatic joins too. Waving their arms and hugging me with their supple touch I sense comfort, comf...
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...uction. The deck was swept up and back on itself, as the water rushing beneath brutally tore at bulkheads and decks. My sterns section, falling at speed hit the seabed and slammed into the mud, causing some of the decks to collapse on top of each other, like a stack of playing cards. 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 turned out to be something completely else. I sank to my watery grave and took my last gulp of air...
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