Romeo and Juilet

Romeo and Juilet
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  • O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and dent thy name; or if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, And i'll no longer be a Capulet.
  • By the power invested in me I pronounce you man and Wife.
  • Tybalt, the reason that I love thee Doth much excuse the appertaining rage to such a greeting. Villian I am none. Therefore farewell; I see thou knowest me not.
  • Romeo, the hate bear thee can afford No better term then this: Thou art a villian! 
  • Exiled  he is, Romeo who  has slain  Tybalt from  this day onward he shall never return !
  •  Juliet had just found out that the man she had fell in love with was a foe, she was speaking out her thoughts and little did she know that Romeo was listening to her every words in secret, wanting to call out to her. (Shakespeare act 2 scene 2)
  • Kill him the fried who   murdered Tybalt!!! 
  • My son!
  • Romeo and Juliet have just gotten married, due to the two families hating each other to the point where they want to kill one another the two had to get married in secret.  (Shakespeare Scene 2 act 6.)
  • You have no choice but to marry Paris!
  • Just as the wedding between Romeo and Juliet finished Romeo left his newly wedded wife and went to meet up with his friends. He had arrived just as Tybalt was causing a scene. (Shakespeare Scene 3 act 1.)
  • The stars are too cruel, the love of my life has now disappeared and I couldn't do anything about it. 
  •  Romeo killed Tybalt for killing his friend, Mercutio. He was then exiled to Mantua to live there for the rest of his life and never return to Verona. (Shakespeare Act 3 scene 1.)
  • Although no one knows that Juliet is married she herself knows and no matter what her parents say she does not want to marry Paris. But her parents say that its the best for her and she has no say in the matter. ( Shakespeare act 3 scene 5)
  • The death of his Love caused tears to run down his cheeks, although it could've been prevented the star struck lovers died preventing their families to fight any longer. (Shakespeare  act 5 scene 3)
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