Letter to Romeo from Juliet

Letter to Romeo - Do not loll in the town of Verona if thou wish to stay Thou must hide out in Friar Lawrence’s quarters while in Verona in order

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-1Dear Romeo, O, I am so saddened by thou exile from Verona. By letter is the only safe way to reach you. My love for thee is so great I cannot stand it. It was a great coil when I heard about my cousin’s fatal fray . Although Tybalt is my kinsmen , I greatly alas grieving for him and not for your banishment. You know Tybalt always had a choler in him. I could only imagen the visage on your face when you killed Tybalt, a kinsman of your own. O Romeo, Romeo, please do not leave me! Please stay in Verona and risk death. Thou had said that thou would ponder over staying and risking death. It would not assail me because I would go with you to death. You are Montague’s only son, the only heir to the Montague name.
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Unformatted text preview: Do not loll in the town of Verona if thou wish to stay. Thou must hide out in Friar Lawrence’s quarters while in Verona in order to not to be noticed. Thou must not come to my house, but I come to thy quarters. I will use my nurse and servants to send messages to your home. O please stay. If thou get caught and then killed, I will denounce my name and go with you, for I cannot live without thee. Thou are like the stars in the sky. If thou die, then the night sky will be as bright as day. I love you as much as Mercutio loved to duel. I will become a hag at fifteen if you leave. Please do not be rash when making your decision. O Romeo, I love thee so much. With much love, Juliet...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2010 for the course ENL 003 taught by Professor Swinkin during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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