Meg – Two house holds alike in dignity, In fair Verona, where sweet Juliet lies.
Megan – From ancient grudge break to new mutiny, where Montague blood makes Capulet hands unclean.
Meg – From forth the fatal loins of these two foes, impulsive Romeo leads to Juliet’s demise.
Megan- Whose misadventure’s piteous overthrows Doth with their death, gracious montages bury Capulet’s strife, with a statue of young Juliet.
Meg- The fearful passage of their passage of their hasty love.
Megan- And the continuance of thy Capulet’s rage, witch but their children’s end, naught could remove. If only Juliet didn’t agree with that selfish friar , nor Romeo and nor Juliet would be dead right now. I wish I could have been there before she drank that potion and talked some sense into that girl did he think it would all go smooth and no complications, ha, he should plan these things more carefully next time.
Meg- don’t be so harsh on Friar Laurence, he was just trying to help the young lovers. Nothing would have stopped Juliet from drinking that potion, not even you Sir, She was prepared to die for that selfish Romeo , she calls her love, and Friar he was doing what he though best for the both of them. The only thing that you could hold against him would be him marring a Capulet to a Montague. Juliet would have been better of marring County Paris.
Megan- I am not being harsh on friar, I am being realistic. Explain this then, why would Friar Laurence take the time to write another letter to Romeo, after he found out the first one didn’t reach him. Wouldn’t he go find Romeo and tell him himself? Wouldn’t it be quicker and more reliable? Or was Friar