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The Travels of Queen Mary the Second

Updated on January 13, 2012

It is so...from two thousand and four you were created...born into the waves in which you traverse,
Creating the endless boundaries that most would not normally take...Transatlantic voyage number one,
Pushing past minimal rogue waves and the ferry...thousands of passengers you push on,
There is no limit...nor is there a place you will come to a push on without fragility.

R.I.P. Great have made way for the queen...shown us the ice chunks of lore,
Now Mary will explore...from Great Britain your departing and the seven seas your detouring,
The might you proceed...delighted the public sees you coming like a shining brilliance over the waters,
Those ports you define...strolling like an entire city upon another...ports housing your might existence.

Queen Mary the second...let the world know your there...a great example in a water filled world,
You stride along the waves like a great city floating...exchanging drinks from one citizen to another,
Captains orders to dock for the Caribbean coasts now...shipmates need to eat a lunch by the shore,
Oh the greatness...the massive abilities you hold at your ships will...the opportunities...oh Queen Mary the second.

There you depart once again...the ships calling for an exit...the way again opened for high seas,
The adventure is made...the orders have been to England we will go another round,
The customers are oh so happy...the realities of tabletop dinners and drinks with the bartender,
Here's the port once again...we are here at last...oh England...your people are cheering....the excellent appeals you have made.


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    • BakerRambles profile image

      BakerRambles 6 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      I'm glad my poem moved you the way it did. :). Have a wonderful day!

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      Senoritaa 6 years ago

      Oh wow. Your poem makes me want to go on a voyage right now.

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      BakerRambles 6 years ago from Baltimore, MD

      I have not seen it up close, just through massive research, and it looks amazing.

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      Steve Mitchell 6 years ago from Cambridgeshire

      Mark,have you seen the size of this thing! It's like 20 storeys high or more. A fitting poem to a great lady.