In Romeo and Juliet it is obvious they loved each other due to = many reasons. First of all, they decided to kill themselves for each other because they longed so much for each other. THis is demonstrated when Romeo says,”Here 's to my love!¨ (5.3.119) he then proceeds to drink. This means that right before he drank, he wished his last words to his love Juliet. Before he had found Juliet dead unknowing of the trick the friar pulled.
They weren't just looking for escapism from their families, but also Juliet was seeking for a way to escape marrying Paris. When Romeo figures out who Juliet is he says to himself, “My life is in the hands of my enemy.”(1.5.118). This is stating that his life depends on Juliet his worst enemy, which is also kind of stating that this might be his way of escaping from the family brawls. Also Juliet talks about how she is in love with her worst rival. But even before Juliet knew it was Romeo she said, “If he’s married, I think I’ll die rather than marry anyone else.”(1.5.134-135).
The next successors in line to each house, Romeo to the house of Montagues and Juliet to the house of Capulets, fall in love with one another at first sight. Despite their forbidden romance, they are married in secret, promising their everlasting love for each other. Throughout the book, from the moment they meet each other on the dance floor, Romeo and Juliet continue to make reckless decisions that they justify by using passion as an excuse, declaring that they must take these actions because of their passionate love for one another. In the end, their infatuation for each other lead them to take foolish and unnecessary deeds, ultimately leading to their death. Passion can often overcome one 's emotions and cause them to dismiss all common sense, in turn leading them to take dangerous and thoughtless actions that risk the safety of themselves and oftentimes
Juliet and the Friar even made a plan, because Juliet 's father ( Mr.Capulet ) moved the wedding day for her to marry Paris closer so Juliet had to fake her death. The whole plan was for The Friar to give Juliet a plant to basically put her into a very deep sleep and slow her heart down so it was as if she was dead. Then The Friar would notify Romeo so he doesn 't think that Juliet is really dead. He would then give the letter to The Friar John, who was supposed to give it to Romeo. That didn 't work so much because Romeo ends up getting poison from someone and drinks it and dies, then Juliet wakes up and she
Poor Decisions and not thinking about consequences will lead to tragic endings. In the play Romeo and juliet Rome falls for Juliet while their families are in a fued. They know they cant be together and must hide their, which is what eventually leads to their deaths. Romeo and Juliet 's tragic story is result of their own poor decisions because, neither of them ever stopped to think to think about the consequences of their actions. Romeo and Juliet fell in love after only a couple minutes of meeting without even getting to know each other.
Capulet, is forcing Juliet to marry Paris, to make Verona a happy place again after Tybalt's death. While Paris loves Juliet, Juliet still loves Romeo and cannot marry Paris because she and Romeo became married before he got exiled. Soon after Juliet learns about her forced marriage she plans on faking her death by drinking a potion to make her look dead for 48 hours. After the 48 hours, Romeo will meet her at her tomb and take Juliet away to be happy with each other. But as she drinks the potion we find out Romeo did not get the letter to meet her at the tomb and soon finds out she has died.
It pretty much covers this love throughout the entire story line. Although one example of this is when Romeo and Juliet first meet, Romeo quotes, “O, then, dear saint, let lips do what hands do. They pray; Grant thou, lest faith turn to despair.” (1.5.102-3). In this case Romeo is wanting Juliet to kiss him, which in this same conversation juliet wants the same thing. Romantic love is always returned and mutual between two people.
Friar tells Romeo that he only loves within his eyes and not his heart. That’s how Romeo left Rosaline for an opponent so quickly. Friar asks Romeo after all the tears for Rosaline, you just forget her like that “How much salt water thrown away in waste to season love, that of it doth not taste!” (Shakespeare 846). Romeo never really knew what true love is when he was with Rosaline. After shedding tears for Rosaline, Romeo wastes the salty storm by falling in love with Juliet and forgetting all about Rosaline.
Romeo and Juliet’s actions lead to their demise and the story was most definitely driven by free will. In Act 3 scene 2, Juliet makes the decision to forgive Romeo and further their love to prosper. She then goes on to say, “But wherefore, villain, didst thou kill my cousin? That villain cousin would have killed my husband. Back, foolish tears, back to your native spring.
He arrives to open the tomb and say his last goodbyes to Juliet. At first sight it looks to Romeo as if Juliet is sleeping instead of dead, but Romeo ignores all of the signs that Juliet is, in fact, still alive. Romeo can’t bare the thought of continuing life without Juliet, so he kills himself with a bottle of poison after he says, “Here’s to my love. O true apothecary / Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die” (V.iii.)