Truth of Shakespere's Romeo and Juliet

December 15, 2009
By Chibbie1 PLATINUM, Atlanta, Georgia
Chibbie1 PLATINUM, Atlanta, Georgia
38 articles 8 photos 181 comments

Favorite Quote:
Reach for the the moon for if you fail you land amongst the stars :)


In Shakespeare’s tragedy happiness is not a word in forever
Forever and eternity is the same as a lie
However Romeo and Juliet had happiness last shorter
Though it was so sad that in the end they die
In the beginning poor Juliet not caring the name of the unique rose
Yet here is Romeo acting like the fool by only loving love
In the end they took a quick dose
It is a shame that their love was like a black dove
Even though it did not succeed
It ended the families’ bickering
And Capulet probably was sad because he wanted to marry off his daughter for greed
Yet it is true that the two lovebird’s passion was always flickering
Oh who is to say their happiness was yay or no
For Romeo and Juliet it was so


The author's comments:
i read the romeo and juliet for a project and here is what i got

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on Jan. 24 2011 at 9:13 pm
Chibbie1 PLATINUM, Atlanta, Georgia
38 articles 8 photos 181 comments

Favorite Quote:
Reach for the the moon for if you fail you land amongst the stars :)

well i will keep on waiting for more of your work :)

 


on May. 21 2010 at 4:12 pm
Dandelion PLATINUM, Franklin, Massachusetts
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Yes, it's Van Gogh's "Starry Night."

on May. 20 2010 at 7:00 pm
Chibbie1 PLATINUM, Atlanta, Georgia
38 articles 8 photos 181 comments

Favorite Quote:
Reach for the the moon for if you fail you land amongst the stars :)

thank you so much i love the book even though it is a sad ending though every book had a lesson to learn whether you like it or not :) and your welcome i love your artwork and is that Van Gough?

on May. 14 2010 at 6:40 pm
Dandelion PLATINUM, Franklin, Massachusetts
20 articles 8 photos 173 comments
Thank you very much for the comment on my photography! I just love this poem; it is so true and a good reaction to the book.


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