Remembering The Lives Of Romeo & Juilet
Juilet was a wonderful and amazing woman, she had dignity and courage. She was only 14 years old, when her life went to an end over love. She was brave by her choices, because she took a major risk to love a Montogue.
When she was just a simple gale that was a Capulet.
That was a major risk because she was a Capulet but her Mother “Lady Capulet’ also along with the other Capulet’s didn’t like the Montgues, which her lover Romeo was. With that being said they met at this party (which Romeo wasn’t invited too).
But he snuck in anyway to be with a girl name Rosaline that he liked but she didn’t like him in return, but along that night he laid eyes on Juliet. The moment he laid eyes on her he instantly feel in love, he walked up to her to speak but he quickly figured out that she was a Capulet.
After it was love at first sight, the Nurse saw Romeo & Juliet flirting so she came and got Juliet so no one will see them. The harsh thing is the nurse knew how bad Juliet wanted to marry and be with Romeo. So she suggested going to meet Friar, but along with meeting Firar she told him her problem and he suggested faking a death so her and Romeo can be together but with that being said Romeo found out so he kilt himself because he felt like if he couldn’t be with her then why living. Then when she found out he was dead she shot her self because she felt terrible and she didn’t no what else to do.
“ Such a beautiful smile, never once see again. The happiness in your laughter, never once hear again. The spark in your eyes, never once watch it again. The love in her heart, never once feel again. Her strengths, never once encourage again. Her weakness, never once suffer again. For the rest of our lives, we will not remembering you for peace and sorrow but for love and joyfulness”
Romeo was a wise young man that seems to have it all put together. He was very intelligent and he was looking for the love of his life. All he wanted was a girl to fall in love with. He had friends that had his back, that was very open minded to anything. He knew how to defend himself because he carried weapons to protect himself. He was very peaceful, and liked to have fun. You mostly saw his gentle sweet side more than his evil side. Because when he’s introduced you see him as a set forward guy. He speaks scripture and when he talks about love, you would think he knows what love is. He was not the type of guy not to stress about life. He just takes things smoothly, he flow with the waves. He was only in love with two woman, Rosaline & Juliet. He had liked Rosaline but she didn’t like him back so then he met Juliet and feel in love then got married. Things parked but his family and her family don’t like each other. Things led to another and they kilt they self because they couldn’t be together.
Mercutio is Romeo's sword-fight loving Best friend. He never backs down from a duel and, although he's neither a Montague nor a Capulet, he gets involved in the long-standing family feud on the side of the Montagues. That turns out to be a mistake on his part: Tybalt kills him in Act 3, Scene 1.
Mercutio is a showstopper, he's dirty, funny, out of control. Mercutio is technically a minor character, but his personality has such a disproportionate impact. Mercutio has this rough side on everything, like he does not has a gentle side. When Romeo complains about the heartache of his unrequited love for Rosaline, Mercutio tells him to get over it already, he tells Romeo “If love be rough with you, be rough with love;
Prick love for pricking, and you beat love down.” It's not just "love" that Mercutio has a problem with. He's also pretty hostile toward women and female sexuality in general.
Tybalt is Lady Capulet's nephew, Juliet's short-tempered cousin, and Romeo's rival. After he kills Romeo's BFF, Mercutio, in a street brawl, Romeo mortally stabs him, which causes Romeo to be banished from Verona. You don't have to look far for Tybalt's motivation: testosterone. He's not deep, but he sure is handy with a sword. Tybalt tends to stalk around proudly attacking anyone who strokes his fur wrong. Tybalt likes to speak in rhymed couplets ("shall" and "gall" rhyme here), which could sound kind of ridiculous—but here just sound menacing. Aside from the vendetta between the Capulets and Montagues, there's no real explanation for Tybalt's aggressive behavior. It seems possible that he's eager to fight because he wants to defend his reputation as the toughest of the Capulets. It's also likely that Tybalt just likes to fight, which brings us to our next point: If there's a personification of hate in the play, it's Tybalt.
When Mercutio had a problem with Tybalt he was rude so he was shot by Tybalt.
(LOVE OR LUST)
My opinion on Romeo & Juliet love is that it was lust! I choose lust because there love was not real. I can state two things where they show the lust in there love. One Romeo had laid eyes on Juliet and he instantly fell in love, but how can you fall in love with someone you just met? How will you be willing to marry someone you just met? They havent even known each other for a few months yet, and they are in love. In this life time we take things slow and we got to get to know each other before we date or do anything. There age group was way off, he was like 20 and she was 13 going on 14. That is not allowed in the United States. When Juliet staged her death and Romeo found out, he went crazy. Only because he truly loved her. They love shows different sides. One side says they are full of compassion and trust but the other say till death do us part. Romeo finds out about the death of Juliet and then he go find sum posion and drinks it, he dies. Juliet finds out and then she grabs a gun and shoots her self. They did too much to prove that there love was real so they love was not real.
Something Of My Choice From Romeo & Juliet
I want to write about the hatred each family had during the whole thing. The Capulet’s didn’t like the Montugue’s. Every time each one saw the other to wanted to have a gun fight for no reason. Taking each others lives for no reason at all. It was to the point where lovers couldn’t even be happy. They hatred between the Capulet’s and the Montugues resembles the hatred between Blacks & Whites. Its another version of blacks vs. whites, but its not different at all. Back during the time where your race was a big problem was bad to the point where a black child could not be friends with a white child, only because of the color of the skin. Now look back into Romeo & Juliet you’ll see where Romeo a (Montugue) couldn’t be seen with Juliet a (Capulet). This is to show you that still to day different forms of racsism still lives on, in other terms people hate other people just because of what religion they believe in. That’s not fair at all, we are all equal to this earth, so start acting like it.
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