English Romeo and Juliet

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  • MINE BABY IS DEAD! CURSE THEE MONTAGUE!
  • SO IT SHALL BE!
  • Someone please help and end this war!
  • THIS MEANS WAR CAPULET!
  • Escalus, Prince of Verona. The Capulets and Montagues fought in thou streets this evening! Something must be done to end this war.
  • Thank you for informing me. I know what I shall do to cease this madness and bring closure to the grieving families.
  • After the tragic death of Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, what is known to be a happy ending where the two feuding families make peace, the reality is quite the opposite. What occurs next being a large battle against the grieving families. This is the true story of life after Romeo and Juliet.
  • NO Please I beg of you!
  • This feud must end! I have therefore decided to marry you Montague to Lady Capulet. The child to be birthed between you will replace the children lost and cease this war.
  • This cannot be!
  • The Montague's and Capulet's battle in the streets of Verona, putting their own and the innocent people of the city in danger.
  • A citizen of Verona was informed of the battle occurring in the streets and took it to Escalus, Prince of Verona.
  • After the battle between the Montague's and Capulet's, Escalus delivered his orders to Montague and Lady Capulet that they were to be wed and birth a child between them to end their grieving.
  • To the Montague and Capulet families horror, Thursday week Montague and Lady Capulet were married in the same church where their beloved children were wed.
  • 9 months later Montague and Lady Capulet gave birth to Julio. Differences were put aside and the conflict was finally over. Verona was at peace at last yet the the names of Romeo and Juliet will live on in history as the greatest love story of all time.
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