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"Jack, I’m cold” said Rose. Jack said, “It’s ok Rose just hold on just a bit longer, a boat is bound to come back.” Ok Jack I trust you” said Rose. Just then Jack thought of an idea. He said “Rose, stay here I’ll be right back,” and he started swimming to dead bodies, and every time he got to a dead body he took the life jacket from them. He also took an oar that someone had abandoned. Pretty soon Jack had five life jackets and an oar and he swam back to Rose. He gave Rose the oar and said, “Okay Rose, “I have some life jackets, I’m going to put them under the door so we can both get on but I’m going to need a part of your dress.” Okay, Jack,” said Rose, and she tore off a piece of her dress and gave it to Jack. He took the dress and started to tie the life jackets together.
He put them underneath the door and secured them to the handles of the door. He said, “Rose, the door should be stable. I need you to hang on to the door while I get on.” “Okay,” said Rose.” Rose grabbed the handles on both sides of the door and Jack got on. Jack started to push the door with the oar. He saw a dead man and took his life jacket. He put the life jacket on and started to push the door away from the wreckage to try to get to a boat. “Rose,” he exclaimed! “I see two boats; they are coming back!” He started to yell trying to call the boats over. Someone in the boat shouted “Survivors, on that door!”
Rose had fainted, so Jack rigorously shook her to try and wake her, but it was no use. He took off his coat and put it around her. The boats finally arrived and the person in charge of the boats said, “We only have room for one on each boat.” Jack nodded and said “Take Rose first, she fainted because of the cold.” They hoisted Rose onto the boat and put a blanket on her. They hoisted Jack onto the second boat and gave him a blanket. At first Jack refused the blanket and tried to pass it off to someone else but they gave it back to him. They started to row the boats back towards the others.
After what seemed like forever The Carpathia arrived and started taking people off the boats and onto their ship. In all the chaos of people boarding the ship, Jack lost sight of Rose. He started searching all around and couldn’t find her. An officer on The Carpathia asked Jack his name and he grabbed the list to try searching for Rose. He didn’t see her and figured that she would be happy without him. He gave the officer back his list and went to the dock to get off the ship.
Several years later Jack had a new life. He had a house, he had a job and he had a dog named Rose. He started planning a vacation to Italy to try to find his old friend Fabrizio, whom he had lost track of since the Titanic. He bought a ticket on a plane to travel to Italy. Jack was packing his bags when his dog Rose came up to him. I’m going away for a while, girl,” said Jack, “but I have someone coming to take care of you while I’m gone.” He picked up his bags; left his house, locked the door, and caught a taxi. “Where yah headed?” asked the taxi driver. “The airport,” Jack said. “You got it,” said the taxi driver.
Ten minutes later Jack arrived at the airport. He went to the runway and boarded his plane. He found his seat and sat down. The intercom turned on and a woman’s voice came on and said “Welcome everybody, I am Rose Dawson and I will be flying all of you to Italy today.” When Jack heard this he stopped what he was doing and grabbed a flight attendant’s arm. “What did the pilot say her name was?” Jack asked excitedly. “Rose Dawson” said the flight attendant. “I need to talk to her now!” exclaimed Jack. “She will be out in a minute to talk to the passengers” said the flight attendant. “Thanks,” said Jack. As he waited for her to come out it felt like the longest wait of his lifetime. Finally the cockpit opened and out stepped Rose.
“Rose!” exclaimed Jack. Rose looked around and her eyes landed on Jack. Her face lit up. “Jack!” Rose exclaimed. They both ran at each other and hugged and kissed each other. All the passengers started clapping. Rose started crying and the co-pilot came out and took over for Rose. “I can take over if you want,” he said to Rose. Rose nodded with tears in her eyes. Rose and Jack started walking over to where Jack was sitting and they talked throughout the whole flight.
When they arrived in Italy Jack asked Rose to marry him. She said yes and they started searching for Jack’s lost friend. Jack had been to Fabrizio’s house before so they went their first. They knocked on the door and Fabrizio’s mom stepped out of the house. “Can I help you?” she asked politely. Jack said “Yes, we are looking for Fabrizio.” Fabrizio has not been here for a long time,” she said. “Do you know where he is,” asked Jack. “Yes, he came back here after the tragedy of the Titanic. He stayed for a while and then left for New York in America,” she said. Jack said thank you and left with Rose. “Now what are we going to do?” asked Rose. Jack said “We are going to go back to New York and find him,” “When are we going to get married Jack?” asked Rose. “Once we get back to America I will open a bank account that we can put money in for a wedding and I will get a second job to try and earn more money.” Rose said “I don’t think that will be necessary” said Rose. “What do you mean Rose?” asked Jack. “Well do you remember that night on the Titanic?” asked Rose. “I remember it like it was yesterday, why?” Jack asked. “Because when Cal put me on the lifeboat he put his jacket on me, and the diamond was in the pocket, I still have the diamond we can sell it and use the money for a wedding,” Rose explained.
On their trip back to America Rose quit her pilot job to stay with Jack. As soon as they got to America they tried looking for Fabrizio but they failed. They couldn’t find any trace of him. Jack assumed he was dead.…...

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