Return Of The Giants - Poem by Tom Allport
After a very long sleep
I awoke in Stanley's arms
Now refreshed and ready to search
Taking my love - to cheer
And a message - of no fear
We were separated by fate
Now a Titanic quest awaits
To show the masses
That Giants are great and care
But where are we now?
Ambling along pools streets
Following a predestined winding road
Cheered on by thousands of ecstatic sounds
Stopping to smile and wave and ask
'Do you know what happened - in the past? '
Of broken hearts and love lost-not forever
A struggle to live and survive
'How lucky to be alive'
I am just starting to tire and not far to go
To a reunion of kind hearts about our show
To tell our stories of people - enroute
To the Arena of dreams
And hundreds of thousands of welcoming screams
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