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Romeo And Juliet Diary Essay

Romeo and Juliet Diary Entries Essay

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Dear diary, as it is the first time I am writing to you, I would like to tell a little concerning myself. My name is Romeo, and I come from the Montague family, with my dad Mr. Montague and my mum Lady Montague. I am sixteen. Not that I have a high regard for myself, but I have to say that I am quite attractive, bright and sensitive. I live in the middle of a fierce fight between my family and the Capulet’s. This battle has started ages before I was born, and will keep on going for generations and generations. Sincerely, I think that this fight is foolish, and that violence doesn’t make thing different and by no means will between our two families. I take the Capulet’s as equal to us, and nothing will alter my mind. I feel that this day…show more content…

Even though she is of the enemy family, I thought that in any cases love was possible, and that without letting both siblings know I could forever be with her, and that in any cases we could run away together. On that night, after the ball, I have left both Benvolio and Mercutio and went climbing up her balcony, and from both side we exchanged our vows. When she was done with hers, I stopped her mouth with a kiss after having heard enough, and my heart was beating so fast that the night with her passed so fast till the moment I had to leave, which made it hard to take out my sight upon her perfect shadow.

25 April
A few days later, I had gone through some with Juliet, and I finally think she is the one I want to be with. I hurried early in the morning to Friar Laurence who for me is some kind of second father, and at the same time a best friend which I tell everything to. He is quite old, and works in a small church in the middle of a field of roses. When I arrived their, I jumped in his arm, and him exited to see me, I thought it would be a good moment to actually express my feelings for Juliet. But after I have told him that I have no more feeling for Rosaline, but for the Capulet’s daughter, he turned his head away from me, and kept on walking. He then stopped and told me that what I am doing will just make the relation between both family more complicated, but the more he thought of it, the better it was for both families,

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An Entry In Juliet’s Diary After Meeting Romeo At The Party

An Entry in Juliet’s Diary after Meeting Romeo at the Party
(remember, Juliet is just 14)

     Dearest Diary,

     Tonight I met him. He was so beautiful! He even has a name that would roll of one’s tongue….Romeo. How wonderful of a sound that brings to my ears. I wish, I hope, in fact, I know that he is my lord. The one and only lord that I want to have for my entire life. And, can you believe how amazing he is? Do you know what he did after the party tonight? He crept back onto the grounds of my father’s house and climbed up the side of the balcony to catch a glimpse of me. Oh, can you believe that!
     The Nurse said that he was quite attractive too! Oh those eyes…those lips. I can’t believe how incredibly lucky I am to have met him. It was almost as if it was fate for the two of us to have met tonight. We saw each other from across the room. The is only one flaw in him.
     Romeo just happens to be a Montague. Can you believe that “my only love [is] sprung from my only hate” (1.5.135). Why me lord? Why me? Haven’t I been a good and honest child to my father? I have always been loyal to him in their “ancient grudge, [which has broken] to new mutiny” (Prologue, 3). Whatever I am to do? I am so distressed by this that I think I am going to be awake all night pondering what I should do with my own fate.
     What do you think I should do? I’m scared to ask the Nurse (although I am sure that she is on my side) and I wouldn’t dare mention to my mother....

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