This is a depiction of the last act in Shakespeare's tragic play Romeo and Juliet. It argues that part of the reason Romeo and Juliet ended up dead was because their families did not accept them, even when they had true love for one another.
I love you, Romeo Montague. I don't care that you're a Montague. Let's get married!
Yes, let's! You are so amazing. I love you, too.
Juliet fakes her own death in order to escape having to marry Paris. This works too well and a distraught Romeo ends up killing himself over the supposed death of his wife. She then wakes up and kills herself over the death of her husband.
At this point, people from both families, including the head couples' beloved only children, are now dead. Both families realize just how much misery they are causing themselves by continuing this feud. They agree to end the feud and put up a statue of Romeo and Juliet to commemorate their newfound peace.