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Frozen in Time, A Ghostly Ocean

Poetry By: glitter snow426
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The reality of one terribly sad, dreadful story that still lives on, never to be forgotten.


Submitted:Apr 15, 2012    Reads: 42    Comments: 18    Likes: 5   


Frozen in Time, A Ghostly Ocean

Oh, the world knows the sadness, cold, dark skies

We feel Titanic grief, hear many groans, many cries!

The unsinkable had sunk to the bottom, great misery

Those passengers, staff are at rest, April 1912 simply deathly

The Ship of Dreams has embarked on a different phase

What's left is quickly eroding, now chilled thoughts amaze

Frozen in time, we will always remember a huge loss

Frozen in time, a solid monument and white cross

One hundred years of this gruesome, aching fact

With books, photos, movies, icy details surely intact

Never to be, once a ship of happiness, glowing fame

In our hearts, proud to hold, TITANIC everlasting name

Always remembered, always in mourning of the coldest, horrible morning, April 15, 1912.





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