Romeo And Juliet Essay Rough Draft

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Romeo and Juliet Essay
Hunter Peratt People all around think they are in love, when actually they are not. True love is being in love with someone even if your parents or other people don’t approve of it and someone you can love forever no matter what happens. Love aspects are love at first sight, passion to be with each other, and being with them no matter what happens.
Romeo and Juliet show this in the play. Romeo and Juliet are in love because they follow these aspects and also make each other laugh, they have a good time together, and in the end they kill themselves for one another. Romeo and Juliet fell in love at first sight.
When Romeo and Juliet first saw each other they immediately fell in love. During the party at the Capulet’s, Romeo and Juliet first saw each other
. It almost seemed and it immediately seemed as if they should be together. Throughout the party, Romeo would chase after Juliet as she wandered around with the guy she was supposed to be with. Later on into the party Romeo finally caught up with Juliet in the elevator. “My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand. To smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss.” says Romeo as he goes to kiss Juliet for the first time. Romeo and Juliet have a great passion to be with each other. After first seeing each other at the party they couldn’t keep their lips off of each other. Romeo ran away from his friends after the party to find Juliet. “Can I go forward when my heart is here?

Turn back, dull earth, and find thy center out,” (act 2 scene 1) at this part of the play
Romeo finds out that Juliet is a Capulet but realizes it’s love at first sight. Because their families are enemies, he's contemplating the idea of not being able to be with her. She has his heart so where ever she is, his heart is. Instead of going home like he should, he turns back to find her. In act 2 scene 2, Romeo finds Juliet’s house and hears her talking about him on her balcony. Juliet asks, “O Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou
Romeo?” (Act 2 Scene 2) She is thinking about Romeo and asking where he is and this