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Romeo and JulietWe just finished reading the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare In this play we are introduced to the tragic story of their forbidden lovewhich ultimately leads to their deaths Although Romeo and Juliet is considered to be a timeless love story I find Romeo to be too immature for this to be so When we are first introduced to Romeo he is involved with a girl by the name of Rosaline Benvolio inquired about Romeos situation with her to see if she was the cause for his melancholiness when he discovered she was he advised him to forget her and move on to another girl Tut man one fire burns out anothers burning One pain is lessened by anothers anguish Turn giddy and be helped by backward turning One desperate grief cures with anothers languish Take thou some new infection to thy eye And the rank poison of the old will dieRomeo takes the advise Benvolio offered and not another word about loving Rosaline is spokenOn the same day Romeo Benvolio and Mercutio went to the Capulets party dressed in masks so their identities wouldnt be known At the party Romeo saw a beautiful girl dancing with Paris and instantly fell in love with her He asked a servingman what her name was but he didnt know O she doth teach the torches to burn bright It seems she hangs upon the cheek of night As rich jewel in an Ethiops ear- Beauty too rich for use for earth too dear So shows a snowy dove trooping with crows As yonder lady oer her fellows shows The measure done Ill watch her place of stand And touching hers make blessed my rude hand Did my heart love till now Forsweare it sight For I neer saw true beauty till this nightI find this hard to believe that Romeo could instantly fall in love with Juliet by her looks
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