Peace in the Death
It was a week after Romeo and Juliet died.
“Miserable Romeo. Was that love that important to you? Thee, the most important person to us. Should you leave us like that?” Lord Montague was howling all day and all night in front of the casket of Romeo; even a week passed from the death of Romeo.
At the same moment, Lord Capulet, who’s Juliet’s father was also bawling, “Poor Juliet. That foolish idea made both families in the sorrow. That foolish prophesies made beautiful daughter into the death. I can’t see thy beauty anymore.”
Their weeping sounds could be heard in the entire kingdom. Both of them were conflicted in their mind. ‘Should I follow my kid? Should I care for my young one and stay next to him/her? Should I revenge on my hereditary enemy?’ By the day pass, their conflict got deeper and deeper, and they regretted all day and all night.
Few days after, two families met in the middle of the field with their children’s coffins.
Each of the families had a funeral and made the grave for them.
“Rest in Peace, Romeo, and Juliet, we love you and we’ll miss you,” families muttered in small voices, with some sobbing and weeping sounds.
The funeral of the two young children seemed to end peacefully. First, Lord Capulet opened his mouth, “Lord Montague, I apologize that I couldn’t stop Juliet doing that fake suicide, and fall all of our kids to death.” Lord Montague responded, “No, it was our fault. If we didn’t kill thy family, this unfortunate wouldn’t happen at all. I apologize.”
None of the people had another opinion about this. Pure love between Romeo and Juliet with the hindrance of their names and families, borne this result. Their selfishness and foolishness made them fall in death.
Then, Lord Capulet opened his mouth again and shouted, “Though our kids already died, they brought peace to us. With the Moral lesson of their pure love, me, Lord Capulet mind Montague family be allies with us and continue peace. No more poor death like this. No more unnecessary blood like this.” Lord Montague continued, “With the peace of two families and for two pure kids!”
Clapping and Cheering, Crying and Yelling. Lots of noises could be heard all around the field at once. This peace continued to their descendants and had peaceful lives.
“Rest in Peace. Romeo and Juliet.”