She doesn’t have to think twice about her love for her husband, she knows how she feels and believes that no one else can compare. The author of “Marriage” by Corso, shows a sense of humor in his poem from the very first line. In this poem he faces a dilemma on whether he should get married or not. He speaks of a girl that he would take out on a date but instead of being ordinary, he would take her to the cemetery.
The whole story was about Jay Gatsby, a motivated man whose life goal was about reviving his love with Daisy. When talking about her he announced, “When I first met her I knew in a moment I would have to spend the next few days re-arranging my mind so there’d be room for her to stay” (Fitzgerald 64). With that, his American Dream was all about her and one day making it possible for them to be together. The first struggle of this was Daisy was only involved in things for the money. This meant if Gatsby really loved her, he must make something out of himself before he could pursue her once again.
Not long after this scene, Romeo sneaks onto Juliet’s balcony to visit her. Upon them meeting there, they decide to get married – the next day! Juliet tells Romeo, “If that thy bent of love be honorable, thy purpose of marriage, send me word tomorrow” (2.2.143). The fact that they have only known each other for a little over a couple hours and they are already engaged only provides evidence of how true their love for one another was. Shakespeare is able to make readers see how deeply in love the couple was though they had only known each other for a short amount of time.
Juliet also quickly decides to inform Romeo that they should plan for the wedding if it is meant to be, “If your intentions as a lover are truly honorable and you want to marry me, send me word tomorrow. I’ll send a messenger to you, and you can pass on a message telling me where and when we’ll be married.” (2.2 144-146) Romeo and Juliet have already decided to plan when and where they will be married without sitting down to think if marriage is truly the right decision. The inconsideration of risks can lead to many different issues throughout their marriage in the future. Romeo is asking for the
In the beginning of the story, Jackson makes Miss Strangeworth seem like a nice person. She describes Miss Strangeworth: "She knew everyone in town; of course; she was fond of telling strangers - tourists who sometimes passed through the town and stopped to admire Miss Strangeworth's roses" (Jackson). In this quote she seems nice and so they admirer her, but in reality she isn't. It means that everyone know her and that everyone like her and even tourist or other people she doesn't know stop at her house to look at the roses.
Romeo and his friends knew there was a Capulet annual masquerade party; Benvolio and Mercutio recommended going so that Romeo could get over his and Rosaline's endings and maybe find a new love. Romeo found Juliet and when they first saw each other it was the love at first sight case scenario. They later found out that they were family rivals and they chose to love each other anyways. Romeo and Juliet were telling each other their feelings for one another and expressed it with a kiss, a kiss that changed everything for the worst “This holy shrine, the gentle fine is this/ My lips, two blushing pilgrims, ready stand to smooth that rough touch with a tender kiss”. (I. V. 97-99)
“So smile the heavens upon this holy act that after-hours with sorrow chide us not.” (Act 2, scene 6, line 1-2). When Friar Lawrence said this he was saying may the heavens be happy with this marriage and may nothing unfortunate occur to make us regret this. Romeo
“There you go,” she said, handing it to me with a grin on her face. I eyeballed the paper in disbelief and again asked if she was serious. She replied saying that I should be happy to go on this trip and that it would be a fun time and probably a hundred times better than staying in DeMotte. My parents had always wanted to take us on a vacation, but we never seemed to have the time nor money to do so, and I guess somehow she thought that this would make up for all of those missed times.
Her words made me realize that we all have insecurities even more than others, but we still deserve to be love and treated equal even if we do not deserve at
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The Passage of Time in Post-its (Notes on a Marriage) Paul Dooley and Winnie Holzman’s “Post-its” is a flash through the life of a married couple that is being told through post-its. The story is short and only goes through just a handful of post-its, yet the characters go through an entire lifetime. From young adulthood to elderly, the story is told chronologically.
The Glass Castle: Jeannette Walls- Responsibility Haileigh Williams Upon reading The Glass Castle, written by Jeannette Walls, the reader will quickly notice all of the responsibilities Jeannette; the author and narrator of the novel, takes on throughout her life. The book itself is a memoir of Jeannette’s life that takes place from 1963 to 2005 and takes the reader through the ups and downs of Jeannette’s life in poverty and somewhat neglect. While reading the novel, the reader will be shown situations where they will be shocked and heartbroken. Jeannette’s family isn’t the average family from the south.