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Romeo & Juliet Comic strip

princessNpink on 16. Mar, 2011 — Lang: English

Romeo & Juliet Comic strip
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    Oh Romeo, Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name. I'll no longer be a capulet.Tis by the name that is thy enemy; thou art thyself, though not aaa montague. It is nor foor no arm nor face nor any part belonging to man. Oh be some other name. What's in a name?

    That which we call a rose by any other word would smell as sweet. So Romeo, where he not Romeo called, retain that dear perfection which he owes.

    Romeo sits in the Capulet's garden not comenting on her thoughts to himself

    Who is there, hidden in the darkkness, overhearing my private thoughts

    I don't like to use my name to tell you who I am. My namee, dear saint, is hateful to me because its an enemy of yours. If it were written I'd tear it up.

    I haven't heard a hundred words from you but i do recognize your voice. Are you not Romeo and a Montague

    Neither, fair made, if eather displease you. I flew over walls on the light wings of love. Ston boundaries can't keep out. Love dares to do love can do. Therefor your relatives are no barrier to me.

    If they see you they will kill you.

    Alas I'm more afraid of your eyes than twenty of their swords. Look fondly on me, and their enmity can do me no harm.

    Who told you where to find me. You know the dark conceals my face otherwise there'd be a maidenly blush coloring my cheek, because of what you heard me say tonight.

    If darling-. Oh, will you leave me so unsatisfied. the exchange of our faithful vows.

    The nurse calls: Oh Juliet

    Dear Romeo, if your intentions are honorable, and your objective is marriage. Send me word tomorrow, I'll arrange a messenger. where and when you'll go through with the ceromony. My life will then be yours I'll follow you. My lord through out the world. Romeo what time tomorrow shall i send you.

    Nine O' clock

    2.I'll forget, just to keep you standing there, remembering only that i love your company.

    1.Let me stand here till you remember.

    3. And I'll stay put just to keep you forgetful, forgetting that i've any home but this one.

    It's almost morning. I wish you'd go, but no further than a bird held by a playful girl.

    I wish I were your bird. For may sleep dwell upon your eyes and peace in your breast.

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