Romeo & Juliet. The Missing Scene

Romeo & Juliet. The Missing Scene

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  • “Oh Romeo, the sun is shining and the flowers smell sweet but the people of Verona are all involved in hatred and rivalry instead of enjoying this beautiful scene.” 
  • "My lady Rosaline how are you on this beautiful day with sun is shiningbright and the flowers smell sweet and aromatic."
  • “Farewell Romeo, we shall meet again if our lives are not taken by bitterness and enmity and the feud of our families.”
  • “Oh, Fair Rosaline I plead you not to say farewell as we shallmeet each other soon and I pray that this family feud, but I shall tell you that I like you .”
  • On a typical and ordinary day in Verona the scene was calm and serene but the surrounding was filled with hatred and rivalry between the Montague's and Capulets. The intense atmosphere silenced the city and its people. Between the impression of animosity come in approachRosaline Capulet and Romeo Montague.
  • “Oh Montague I have lost trust in everybody as to implement their sideof the rivalry people go in far lengths to deceive each other.”
  • “ My lady I plead you not to think this is my plan to deceive you”
  • “I would never trust a Montague or a Capulet they are all fraudulent.”
  • They walked past each other and glared with melancholy as their city is soon will be in ruins due to ancient grudge and hostility. Romeo appears with fondness of emotions and as he is love struck by Rosaline, he walks andglances at her with admiration. In return Rosaline turns over and smiles backwith a smile where wounds of pain and anguish appear. Here began Romeo to talk to Rosaline with a wistful manner.
  • While Rosaline sighed in misery and grief, she continued her wayback to the Capulets Mansion. At that moment, Romeo was hit with a sense of sorrowand agony as he was not able delight and elate Rosaline because he knew thatthis ancient grudge is a never ending and the people of Verona will suffer the painfor years. So, he decides to stop Rosaline and tell her the impression of infatuation he has towards her.
  • “I plead god to stop this feud and avoid people from slaughtering each other.”
  • After Romeo had conferenced his thoughts, in response Rosaline wasenraged and indigent because she could not accept and consider Romeos words ashe is a Montague and she is a Capulet and their deceitful bickering has mademany people lose their lives and Rosaline was still young and she did not wantto create a more immense and substantial controversybetween the families. Rosaline then told Romeo that he is the prince of Montagueand he is not trust-worthy as he could betray her and promote his dad by continuing the rivalry of the Montagues.
  • In disappointment Rosaline walked away back to the Capuletmansion. While she was walking, she was having thoughts about what Romeo hadsaid and thought about how she can’t trust a Montague or a Capulet because fromprevious incidents that have occurred in the city of Verona people have just abandoned,constrained, assassinated each other and his is the main cause of despair andgrief and that she can depend on nothing.
  • Romeo was heartbroken he could not stand the grief of the words that Rosaline had said, and he was gloomy and dull. He had never thought thatthis severe rivalry would affect him to this extent where he can’t live a normal life where people are joyful and joyous and are always helpful to eachother. Instead he lives a life filled with misery and grief. This now continues to the rivalry and the incidences of betrayal in this city.
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