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Jack met Emily when he was looking for Nolan at his house in Treachery . She swam in the pool, having been left there by Amanda. Their first interaction was when Amanda, still in the pool asked Jack if he was enjoying the view, to which he responded with

Jack met Emily when he was looking for Nolan at his house in " Treachery ". She swam in the pool, having been left there by Amanda. Their first interaction was when Amanda, still in the pool asked Jack if he was "enjoying the view", to which he responded with a nervous "no". They bond over drinks afterward when Emily walks in on them. Amanda later went with Jack on a boatride and told him that she was the same girl he had played with when they were kids. After this, they started dating.

In " Reckoning ", Emily came back to the Hamptons with a big surprise for Jack: she was pregnant but unsure if the baby was actually his.

It is in the fifth episode of season two, " Illusion ", that Jack proposed to Emily. After the reopening of his bar, he invited his baby mama, Emily, onto his boat, appropriately named "The Amanda". With a glass of champagne and some Christmas lights to set the mood, Jack reminisced on fond childhood memories while Amanda clutched baby Carl.David.They got married on the beach with their closest family and friends but on their honeymoon Amanda was killed in a propane explosion caused by Nate Ryan.


A poignant story well told and what a wonderful message you have deftly weaved into this amazing poem. Great writing David! Cheers Anita (Report) Reply


This is wonderful! I love the music in this poem. Great work A ten plus!

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Jack Dawson (born 1892-1912) is the deuteragonist in Titanic and the love interest of Rose DeWitt Bukater . He dies at the end of the film from hypothermia, protecting Rose by having her float on a doorframe while he stays in the water; he was only twenty years old. He is portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio .

His parents died when he was 15 in a fire, which resulted in him having to begin living on his own and later travel the world. At some point, he met Fabrizio De Rossi , in most likely Italy, who would become his best friend, leading them traveling together. While growing up, he went to Monterey and worked on a squid boat, then in the pier of Santa Monica, Los Angeles, where he drew portraits for 10 cents a piece which back then would be a night out, and he also spent some time in Paris.

Later that day, Jack showed Rose how to "properly" spit off of the side of the ship until they were caught by her mother, Ruth, who took Rose to get ready for dinner that evening.

It’s a known fact that cheese can make anything at least 40% better. Ever wonder where cheeses got their names, though? Here’s a look at the back stories of a few familiar cheeses.

Roquefort has a decidedly romantic origin story. According to French legend, a young shepherd was eating his lunch at the mouth of a cave one day when he spied a gorgeous shepherdess in the distance. He left his bread and cheese to pursue the girl, only to find the forgotten cheese several months later. By that time, the cave’s mold had transformed the cheese into something far tastier.

The story may be a bit far-fetched, but it gets the basic facts of Roquefort production right. The name is legally protected so that it only applies to cheeses aged in the caves that burrow into Mount Combalou near the French commune of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. The commune’s residents have had plenty of time to get the production methods down pat, too; Roman writer Pliny the Elder mentioned a Roquefort-like cheese from the area in a text from AD 79.

There was once upon a time a poor widow who had an only son named Jack, and a cow named Milky-White. And all they had to live on was the milk the cow gave every morning, which they carried to the market and sold. But one morning Milky-White gave no milk, and they didn't know what to do.

"We've tried that before, and nobody would take you," said his mother. "We must sell Milky-White and with the money start a shop, or something."

"All right, mother," says Jack. "It's market day today, and I'll soon sell Milky-White, and then we'll see what we can do."

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Jack met Emily when he was looking for Nolan at his house in " Treachery ". She swam in the pool, having been left there by Amanda. Their first interaction was when Amanda, still in the pool asked Jack if he was "enjoying the view", to which he responded with a nervous "no". They bond over drinks afterward when Emily walks in on them. Amanda later went with Jack on a boatride and told him that she was the same girl he had played with when they were kids. After this, they started dating.

In " Reckoning ", Emily came back to the Hamptons with a big surprise for Jack: she was pregnant but unsure if the baby was actually his.

It is in the fifth episode of season two, " Illusion ", that Jack proposed to Emily. After the reopening of his bar, he invited his baby mama, Emily, onto his boat, appropriately named "The Amanda". With a glass of champagne and some Christmas lights to set the mood, Jack reminisced on fond childhood memories while Amanda clutched baby Carl.David.They got married on the beach with their closest family and friends but on their honeymoon Amanda was killed in a propane explosion caused by Nate Ryan.

Jack met Emily when he was looking for Nolan at his house in " Treachery ". She swam in the pool, having been left there by Amanda. Their first interaction was when Amanda, still in the pool asked Jack if he was "enjoying the view", to which he responded with a nervous "no". They bond over drinks afterward when Emily walks in on them. Amanda later went with Jack on a boatride and told him that she was the same girl he had played with when they were kids. After this, they started dating.

In " Reckoning ", Emily came back to the Hamptons with a big surprise for Jack: she was pregnant but unsure if the baby was actually his.

It is in the fifth episode of season two, " Illusion ", that Jack proposed to Emily. After the reopening of his bar, he invited his baby mama, Emily, onto his boat, appropriately named "The Amanda". With a glass of champagne and some Christmas lights to set the mood, Jack reminisced on fond childhood memories while Amanda clutched baby Carl.David.They got married on the beach with their closest family and friends but on their honeymoon Amanda was killed in a propane explosion caused by Nate Ryan.


A poignant story well told and what a wonderful message you have deftly weaved into this amazing poem. Great writing David! Cheers Anita (Report) Reply


This is wonderful! I love the music in this poem. Great work A ten plus!

H (Report) Reply

Jack Dawson (born 1892-1912) is the deuteragonist in Titanic and the love interest of Rose DeWitt Bukater . He dies at the end of the film from hypothermia, protecting Rose by having her float on a doorframe while he stays in the water; he was only twenty years old. He is portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio .

His parents died when he was 15 in a fire, which resulted in him having to begin living on his own and later travel the world. At some point, he met Fabrizio De Rossi , in most likely Italy, who would become his best friend, leading them traveling together. While growing up, he went to Monterey and worked on a squid boat, then in the pier of Santa Monica, Los Angeles, where he drew portraits for 10 cents a piece which back then would be a night out, and he also spent some time in Paris.

Later that day, Jack showed Rose how to "properly" spit off of the side of the ship until they were caught by her mother, Ruth, who took Rose to get ready for dinner that evening.

It’s a known fact that cheese can make anything at least 40% better. Ever wonder where cheeses got their names, though? Here’s a look at the back stories of a few familiar cheeses.

Roquefort has a decidedly romantic origin story. According to French legend, a young shepherd was eating his lunch at the mouth of a cave one day when he spied a gorgeous shepherdess in the distance. He left his bread and cheese to pursue the girl, only to find the forgotten cheese several months later. By that time, the cave’s mold had transformed the cheese into something far tastier.

The story may be a bit far-fetched, but it gets the basic facts of Roquefort production right. The name is legally protected so that it only applies to cheeses aged in the caves that burrow into Mount Combalou near the French commune of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. The commune’s residents have had plenty of time to get the production methods down pat, too; Roman writer Pliny the Elder mentioned a Roquefort-like cheese from the area in a text from AD 79.

Jack met Emily when he was looking for Nolan at his house in " Treachery ". She swam in the pool, having been left there by Amanda. Their first interaction was when Amanda, still in the pool asked Jack if he was "enjoying the view", to which he responded with a nervous "no". They bond over drinks afterward when Emily walks in on them. Amanda later went with Jack on a boatride and told him that she was the same girl he had played with when they were kids. After this, they started dating.

In " Reckoning ", Emily came back to the Hamptons with a big surprise for Jack: she was pregnant but unsure if the baby was actually his.

It is in the fifth episode of season two, " Illusion ", that Jack proposed to Emily. After the reopening of his bar, he invited his baby mama, Emily, onto his boat, appropriately named "The Amanda". With a glass of champagne and some Christmas lights to set the mood, Jack reminisced on fond childhood memories while Amanda clutched baby Carl.David.They got married on the beach with their closest family and friends but on their honeymoon Amanda was killed in a propane explosion caused by Nate Ryan.


A poignant story well told and what a wonderful message you have deftly weaved into this amazing poem. Great writing David! Cheers Anita (Report) Reply


This is wonderful! I love the music in this poem. Great work A ten plus!

H (Report) Reply

Jack met Emily when he was looking for Nolan at his house in " Treachery ". She swam in the pool, having been left there by Amanda. Their first interaction was when Amanda, still in the pool asked Jack if he was "enjoying the view", to which he responded with a nervous "no". They bond over drinks afterward when Emily walks in on them. Amanda later went with Jack on a boatride and told him that she was the same girl he had played with when they were kids. After this, they started dating.

In " Reckoning ", Emily came back to the Hamptons with a big surprise for Jack: she was pregnant but unsure if the baby was actually his.

It is in the fifth episode of season two, " Illusion ", that Jack proposed to Emily. After the reopening of his bar, he invited his baby mama, Emily, onto his boat, appropriately named "The Amanda". With a glass of champagne and some Christmas lights to set the mood, Jack reminisced on fond childhood memories while Amanda clutched baby Carl.David.They got married on the beach with their closest family and friends but on their honeymoon Amanda was killed in a propane explosion caused by Nate Ryan.


A poignant story well told and what a wonderful message you have deftly weaved into this amazing poem. Great writing David! Cheers Anita (Report) Reply


This is wonderful! I love the music in this poem. Great work A ten plus!

H (Report) Reply

Jack Dawson (born 1892-1912) is the deuteragonist in Titanic and the love interest of Rose DeWitt Bukater . He dies at the end of the film from hypothermia, protecting Rose by having her float on a doorframe while he stays in the water; he was only twenty years old. He is portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio .

His parents died when he was 15 in a fire, which resulted in him having to begin living on his own and later travel the world. At some point, he met Fabrizio De Rossi , in most likely Italy, who would become his best friend, leading them traveling together. While growing up, he went to Monterey and worked on a squid boat, then in the pier of Santa Monica, Los Angeles, where he drew portraits for 10 cents a piece which back then would be a night out, and he also spent some time in Paris.

Later that day, Jack showed Rose how to "properly" spit off of the side of the ship until they were caught by her mother, Ruth, who took Rose to get ready for dinner that evening.

It’s a known fact that cheese can make anything at least 40% better. Ever wonder where cheeses got their names, though? Here’s a look at the back stories of a few familiar cheeses.

Roquefort has a decidedly romantic origin story. According to French legend, a young shepherd was eating his lunch at the mouth of a cave one day when he spied a gorgeous shepherdess in the distance. He left his bread and cheese to pursue the girl, only to find the forgotten cheese several months later. By that time, the cave’s mold had transformed the cheese into something far tastier.

The story may be a bit far-fetched, but it gets the basic facts of Roquefort production right. The name is legally protected so that it only applies to cheeses aged in the caves that burrow into Mount Combalou near the French commune of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon. The commune’s residents have had plenty of time to get the production methods down pat, too; Roman writer Pliny the Elder mentioned a Roquefort-like cheese from the area in a text from AD 79.

There was once upon a time a poor widow who had an only son named Jack, and a cow named Milky-White. And all they had to live on was the milk the cow gave every morning, which they carried to the market and sold. But one morning Milky-White gave no milk, and they didn't know what to do.

"We've tried that before, and nobody would take you," said his mother. "We must sell Milky-White and with the money start a shop, or something."

"All right, mother," says Jack. "It's market day today, and I'll soon sell Milky-White, and then we'll see what we can do."

Jack met Emily when he was looking for Nolan at his house in " Treachery ". She swam in the pool, having been left there by Amanda. Their first interaction was when Amanda, still in the pool asked Jack if he was "enjoying the view", to which he responded with a nervous "no". They bond over drinks afterward when Emily walks in on them. Amanda later went with Jack on a boatride and told him that she was the same girl he had played with when they were kids. After this, they started dating.

In " Reckoning ", Emily came back to the Hamptons with a big surprise for Jack: she was pregnant but unsure if the baby was actually his.

It is in the fifth episode of season two, " Illusion ", that Jack proposed to Emily. After the reopening of his bar, he invited his baby mama, Emily, onto his boat, appropriately named "The Amanda". With a glass of champagne and some Christmas lights to set the mood, Jack reminisced on fond childhood memories while Amanda clutched baby Carl.David.They got married on the beach with their closest family and friends but on their honeymoon Amanda was killed in a propane explosion caused by Nate Ryan.


A poignant story well told and what a wonderful message you have deftly weaved into this amazing poem. Great writing David! Cheers Anita (Report) Reply


This is wonderful! I love the music in this poem. Great work A ten plus!

H (Report) Reply

Jack Dawson (born 1892-1912) is the deuteragonist in Titanic and the love interest of Rose DeWitt Bukater . He dies at the end of the film from hypothermia, protecting Rose by having her float on a doorframe while he stays in the water; he was only twenty years old. He is portrayed by Leonardo DiCaprio .

His parents died when he was 15 in a fire, which resulted in him having to begin living on his own and later travel the world. At some point, he met Fabrizio De Rossi , in most likely Italy, who would become his best friend, leading them traveling together. While growing up, he went to Monterey and worked on a squid boat, then in the pier of Santa Monica, Los Angeles, where he drew portraits for 10 cents a piece which back then would be a night out, and he also spent some time in Paris.

Later that day, Jack showed Rose how to "properly" spit off of the side of the ship until they were caught by her mother, Ruth, who took Rose to get ready for dinner that evening.

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