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Love with its binding twisting labyrinth of emotions often has diverse effects on those caught in its grasp To the lovers in Shakespeares Romeo Juliet love is an overwhelming overpowering emotion to which all else must yield Both of the teenagers felt an immediate tug at the first sight of one another and desperately acknowledged that nothing was to be left in the onslaught of that sweeping tide Not only was there love between the lovers in the play there was also love for fighting love between friends and love for passionm and drama Tybalt instigates a fight with Romeo and his men which ultimatley ends with Tybalts and Mercutios death Even though both sides now that they will pay a great price if they do not give in Romeo the love I bear thee can afford No better term than this thou are a villan Even when this is said to Romeo Romeo replys with something that tries to persuade Tybalt to fight He replys that he would like to be friends with Tybalt and that is the motivation that restrains his anger And he turns to leave and bids Tybalt farewell Tybalt replys that there is no excuse for the insults that he has given him and he draws his sword to fight Romeo Romeo does not draw his sword but replys with I do protest I never injured thee But love thee better than thou canst devise Till thou shalt know the reason of my love And so good Capulet which name I tender As dearly as my own be satisfied Romeo says this because he has married Tybalts cousin Juliet and he does not want to fight with his newly appointed familys Mercutio feels that Romeo is being a coward and tries to antagonize Tybalt to the point where he will fight Tybalt and Mercutio begin to fight Ignoring Romeos cry that the
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