A Diary Entry Written By Romeo After His Banishment From Verona

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Romeo's BanishmentThursday 22nd March,What now? Being banished from the city, my family and my true love Juliet who I hope is safe and well. We spent our first night together and we spent it well doing what most people do on their honeymoon, being together. Damn you Tybalt, why did do you do what you did; if only you knew we were family would that have made a difference? Would that let me slip from banishment? And Mercutio my dear friend, "A plague on both your houses" you said, I too wish that to end the pain and anger towards all Monatgue's and Capulet's. Why did it come to this, two deaths, a lost love and a banishment.I ...view middle of the document...

Se couldn't, she wouldn't, she loves me and one day I will be standing by her side with children of our own. Oh I can just imagine it now, its seems so perfect, so dreamlike, so meant to be.Prince Escalus a name I wish not to hear, the man or evil I should say that banish me from everything that was remotely important in my life. But why do I feel he is the blame? It was his job, maybe in fact I am the blame for this crisis! Did my actions push me over the edge of my sanity?Is what I think fair different to everyone else? People don't seem to realize how horrible I feel about the death of Tybalt, I feel so bad it's almost driven me to the point of ending my own life. Every time this thought comes to my head I think of my fair Juliet, she's keeping me alive. But what about Mercutio does not anyone care? His life was taken and for such a crime to escape with no punishment, punishment must be made.Calm down Romeo! The emotions that come over me make me someone I do not want to become. Those emotions and feelings of anger are the reason why I have been punished and exiled to banishment. Since when have I, Romeo become so worried about the world and its problems. I know I will see Juliet someday and I don't care how! Luck has always been on my side and I think I'm gonna need a lot, oh Juliet where ever you are I pray to the gods that you are safe and that we shall be together once again in "fair Verona".Romeo

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