Not all stories have a happy ending .In the story of Romeo and Juliet their families do not get along and have been in a feud for many of years before they were born. Their parents don’t want them to be talking to each other but that doesn't get in the way of them. Both of them end up dying for each other because of a mistaken fake planned death. Therefore, given the plot in Romeo and Juliet these themes are clearly portrayed love, death, and betrayal.
Romeo and Juliet both come from two different families who dislike each other. They express there for one another in a fairly odd way. At the party they just lock eyes and fall in love instantly and they end up kissing each other when they don’t even know each other’s names. When they meet he quickly forgets about his prior love Rosaline and gives his heart to Juliet. One night Romeo sneaks up to see her but she doesn't realize it, she was looking out of her window talking and wishing that she would get to see him again. When they were on the balcony together, they said they didn't want to leave each other. Romeo expressed his love for Juliet by being brace and risking his life and safety by just talking to her and being in her presence. Even though his family disagrees with him seeing her that doesn't stop him. The two of them are secretive about what’s going on between them. They get married by Friar Lawrence behind their parents back and the nurse and a few close friends are the only ones who know about this. The love that they share leads to fights and death of loved ones.
Death overtook a major part in this play people were being killed and taking their own lives without being fully aware of the situation that was taking place. An argument turned brawl between Mercutio and Tybalt leaves Mercutio dead. Tybalt and him were fighting because of something that was said and Tybalt kills Mercutio out of anger. Romeo wasn’t trying to kill Tybalt but he killed...
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