Romeo and Juliet Death story

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  • The fate of Romeo and Juliet was paved long before their meeting because of the feud between Lord Montague and Capulet in Verona
  • After the Capulet ball The two young lovers could not deny their love was undeniably pure and meant to be 
  • Juliet my love for you is infinite elope to me so our love will officially be everlasting
  • Swear to be forever loyal and affectionate to me and not be bothered by the meaning of our names and we will be wed
  • After being wed by Friar Lawrence Romeo is lenientley banished to Mantua by the prince after Mercutio and Tybalt are slain and Juliet seeks help from the Friar
  • Oh Friar how do I escape my arranged marriage with Paris and reunite with my true love
  • Drink this Potion that will put you in a death like seep and we will reunite you with Romeo in the tomb when you wake up
  • Grief strikes the Capulet family when on her wedding day she is found "dead". Meanwhile the plan to Romeo was unable to be delivered
  • Oh Lamentable day!
  • Upon hearing the death of Juliet Romeo rushes to find her and engulfed with grief he kills himself with poison to be with Juliet
  • He didnt leave a drop so I could join him in true eternal  love
  • After Friar admits his crimes the two families realize how pointless their grudges were. Peace is finally claimed when the Capulets and Montagues agree that Romeo and Juliet's lives were lost in vain.
  • Our frivolous feud has cost us the light of our lives. I will pay tribute to your son in a gold statue and we will forever end whatever anger was between us.
  • I shall do the same for Juliet to represent their everlasting love, peace, and sacrifice.
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