Romeo and Juliet Power of Love
The Power of Love
William Shakespeare between 1594 and 1595 wrote the illustrious tragedy of Romeo and Juliet after hundreds years, the wailful love story of two lovers is still remembered. In the “two hours' traffic of our stage” the story of “A pair of star-crossed lovers” is told. The two feuding families’ children’s love end the “ancient grudge”, Romeo and Juliet fall in love with each other, fighting against their kin, and the treacherous fate they portrait the everlasting love. The two teenagers fall in love with each other at the first sight without knowing that they are from rival families, and when the fate helps them see the truth it is too late. Juliet and Romeo hatred amends to passionate love "My only love, sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown and known too late!”, however they don’t turn away, but together they fight for their love as they walk “The fearful passage of their death-marked love,” they sacrifice their lives, to be with each other and end the ancient feud.
By sacrificing their lives for each other, Romeo’s and Juliet’s love end the feud, showing that love is everlasting. The two teenagers are in love, and not infatuated, because if they would have been astonished by their looks, they wouldn’t have gone through so many hindrance to stay with each other. When Romeo was banished from Verona, he didn’t hesitate to come to Juliet, knowing if he was to be found, he would, meet his doom. When Benvolio’s servant, comes to Romeo to tell that his lady Juliet is dead, Romeo doesn’t wait and goes to apothecary to get poison, to end his life and be with his love. He searches the Capulet’s crypt, for his beloved Juliet, whereas he discovered Paris and duels him to the death, which neither of these facts where mentioned in the movie. Bewildered by his wife’s death, Romeo drinks the poison and dies with words “Thus with a kiss I die”, not long after Juliet awakens from her sleep, and finds her husband dead, her heart is broken and she chooses to die, with her lover. “I will be brief, for my short date of breath is not as long as is a tedious tale. Romeo, there dead, was husband to that Juliet; and she, there dead, that Romeo's faithful wife:...