"Poetry is the creation of words against the backdrop of the human heart."
A member of the Titanic Society suggested that I commemorate the Titanic story. The Saga of the Titanic tells in poetry and shows in painting art the exciting but tragic story of the Titanic from its beginning to its fatal end. It was quite a challenge to depict the essence of this historic event in painting and poetry art. But the tragic, heroic and intriguing story was so compelling that the creative spirits guided me in this accomplishment. It is my hope that the saga will serve as an unforgettable reminder that is highlighted in the last stanza of the poem which sings:
Thus the "Saga of the Titanic" has lessons to teach:
The achievements of men have limited reach,
For when the love of money steers men's goals,
From the depth of the sea can be heard the poor souls
Who cry in whispers from their watery graves,
"If not for arrogance and greed, we could have been saved."
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