Imagine yourself living in an atmosphere of star-crossed lovers and competitive families. What if you’re in Romeo and Juliet?
What if you’re trying to take Juliet from Romeo?
What if You’re a famous prince but was rejected by a princess?
“Hello, my name is Paris and Today, here I will marry Juliet with all my heart.” County Paris Exclaimed.
Juliet sits anxiously inside her enormous room, by herself, on the wooden made ground, icy and hard. She mumbles to herself like a ghost, but she’s not. She walks up to the door and kneels down the carpet, adjusting one ear next to the slip of the door, using the voice reflection to listen to her father speaking to Paris about the engaged marriage between the two.
“Yeah I know, Of course, I will definitely make Romeo Disappear. In just one month, I will bring the money to you and wish to bring your daughter back home. I will treat her very well, please trust me, Father. “Paris couldn’t hide his excitement on his face, showing just the creepy laugh and wiping up his evil laugh just in himself.
“I trust you, so make it work.” Lord Capulet says from the top.
(In this Scene, where Juliet is facing her minding obstacle of the marriage, however, she thinks she will still have a shot with Romeo, so, until her, she hangs on. Shakespeare also describes her as the lonely child, because she calls her father, the Lord Capulet. Since we all know what will happen to Juliet, this will be expressed as a dramatic Irony, where we know but the characters in the story don’t.)
After this typical marriage, father to “son” conversation, Juliet sat down with his face blowing harsh and painted red, without a single line of hope of getting to meet Romeo Again. She crumbled up to the corner of the room, bulging her own head to her knees, and cried until the sun gazed up in the A. M’s.
She has locked herself up for two days already, only water, next to her.
Finally, she has put down all of her stresses and concerns, she opened the door, and prepared her words for her father.
“My beloved father, I have rethought about everything you told me just before, I agree with the engagement, and I will marry him as soon as possible.” Juliet leaving her last words down for her father.
Lord Capulet sat down at the huge chair inside the house, looking up to the sky with crystalized windows, he smiled with malice on his left side of his face.
(Lord Capulet can also be addressed as the magnitude of this scene, his cruel cold-blooded heart can’t feel what Juliet really wants, but to make her good, in a miserable life.)
The next day when Paris has arrived again, Juliet opened the door and welcomed him in, with only one level of the face towards him. Immediately, Juliet has shouted, I agree to marry you, and you can take me home as soon as possible.
Paris ran out to his father, and have brought up the dowry to Lord Capulet, and this engagement has officially started to begin.
She said again, you can come back tomorrow, and I’ll be yours, to Paris.
(Without a good ending, Juliet says goodbye to Paris, showing how she would commit suicide, more than marrying him. Dramatic Irony also happens here. Juliet has exclaimed properly, how she would agree, but we all know that she will end up dying.
The Theme of this short story reflects how people act nowadays with love, due to parent conflicts and fake love. My short story begins with Juliet and Paris, they have the engagement, like other marrying couples do. Addressing act 1 scene 3 of Romeo and Juliet, rewriting the occasions and obstacles that they have faced. Paris and Juliet will be my main character in this short story, I also used dramatic irony throughout, with both round characters. I have the Inspiration of having parenthesis after a piece of conversation, this will also help me better organize how and what I have taken away from their conversation, also explaining the situation better. Since Juliet wouldn’t want to marry him in her deepest heart, she will confess at last what her wishes are.