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Titanic
by David L. Wagner

Saturday, September 20, 2003
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The Titanic and the souls lost with her will always be remembered as a tragedy that should have never happened........


Those souls within her bows and on her decks - the sounds - the horror - the everlasting screams for survival in the stillness of a blackened night with dark waters swirling around and taking the souls down with her - an innocence lost and the depth of the deep waters swallowing up those souls and the ship that was never  to be.         

    

 

 

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Reviewed by ya mama (Reader) 10/23/2003
another nice one
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 9/22/2003
Wonderful work here!
Reviewed by Nancy D. 9/21/2003
Indeed a painful tradedy, looking at your picture long enough you can almost see the ship sinking, great write.

Nancy
Reviewed by Edward Petty (Reader) 9/21/2003
You sparked a vivid here. It was a tragedy, indeed. Good writing, David. I love "The Waltons," by the way. Especially John-Boy.



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