Paris: He was a truthful man, with a loving heartfor someone that neglected him.His riches and social class pleased the Lord and Lady of his lover, Juliet.However, she cries for you to leave her sidewhile she wanders off with another man,who is an enemy of their house hold.You get killed after trying to stop the man,from taking your fair lady.You only experienced rejection and loneliness,as your glistening gold, glory, and good looksgo to waste. Lady Montague: The beloved mother to young Romeo, and spouse to Lord Montague.The one thing that worried mewas my emotional son that made rash decisions.
I wanted to eagerly help him with hisdifficulties like how a mother deer would guide her fawns through the forest. But I could not find the words or actions to doso. From a broken heart,my poor soul could not bare the wrath ofsadness. My dear Romeo is gone from my life andAm I now just no more than the living dead?Let’s hope the death of our children,who were deeply in lovecan be used as peace within our fair city,Verona.
Tybalt: The cousin to Juliet, and nephew to LordCapulet,the name of Montague angered you.You were a fighter with a passion toend the Montagues and keep your pride andhousehold. Your pride and arrogance took over your body which caused your own destruction.
We mourn for your death,as “civil blood makes civil hands unclean.”The sword could not control your anger and prevent you from the fate of death. Rest in peace, kinsmanfor your sins will be forgiven. Romeo: My heart was captured by love at first sight.
She was like a breath of fresh air that opened the warm, gleaming hot weather to joy.Son of Lord and Lady Capuletand future husband to the young, beautiful Juliet.My love for Rosaline faded into the dirtthe moment my eyes and lips were placed on Juliet.What is the meaning of life when there is not any love to obtain? Why do I love a girl that is an enemy of my familywhen the death is awaiting for me. We are star-crossed lovers,fated for death.I met the devil and left this world too quickly.Now I will forever be with my woman,let the poison take over me. Juliet: I,daughter of Lord and Lady Capulet,felldeeply in love with young mistress Romeo Montague.
I felt too juvenile, too fragile, too intimidatedtogive my life to a man.Thischanged the moment my heart opened uptomy lover, Romeo.Hebrings happiness to my heartwithhis charms and romantic motives. Isthis love I feel what life is all about?Soon,much later in our life we will be togetherforeverand ever – never separating from one another.ButI found you with the scent of death’s punishment.Takethis blade, and push it through my heartwhereI can be free with my man… Mercutio: Hethinks of dreams as jokes,butnow he lies on his death bed, dreaming about his new life awayfrom the sinful city of Verona.
Loveis too destructive to endure.Itis a playful gamethatends in broken hearts.Whywaste time finding your lover whenyou experience darkness in your life. Hewas Romeo’s best man,whosacrificed his own life to savethe man he was most loyal to.Nowhe died on the streets, startinga new conflict which sprung fromdark pasts between the two rivalry families.
Peacefullyleave this world, and endure no more pain.