Published on October 28, 2014
with my mom, safe and sound. We hugged for awhile and watched on board the Titanic. I was so shocked because the whole ship was in chaos. Also, so many people were on the last of the lifeboats because the first lifeboats were loaded with only half the people capacity.Then she heard shrieks and cries, she turned and there was the whole ship in half! Many people were still on board the Titanic, and the ship was sinking, sinking, and sinking as the lights faded away. As I looked around, everyone was in silence, looking at the devastation. Plus, she realized less than half the people boarded on the Titanic were in lifeboats. Her mother tapped her on the shoulder and pointed to the North. I gasped, unable to breath, there was nothing but a black vast ocean. I looked away and I started to cry, and I cried myself to sleep. Then morning broke in the East. “ Hey look a ship!’ someone screamed, I looked away, nobody wanted to hear about any ships. But more people joined in singing like birds “ Ship!” “ Ship!’ “ Ship!” I looked and even squinted and there it said “ Carpathia”. There was cheering and happiness. We all waved our hands, hooping to get the ship’s attention. Finally, the ship raced towards us with full speed. I smiled, happy to be rescued. All of us were quickly loaded on, and I got a hot drink and a blanket. Even though I was smiling on the outside, I was devastated in the inside. This traumatic experience would stay in my brain and heart, and from then on, I knew that the story of the Unsinkable ship, would haunt me forever. The End In the honor of the Titanic.