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Fictional Obituary: Romeo and Juliet

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Obituary: Verona Daily Mirror Romeo Montague Romeo Montague died on 1st November 1602. He was born in the National Hospital of Verona on the 20th October 1587. He sadly committed suicide at the tender age of fifteen. He committed suicide by drinking an unknown but extremely poisonous substance. While Romeo was alive he led a happy and joyful life. He always lived life to its fullest; he had no restrictions unlike the females of his age. Even though Romeo had a very short life he still had quite a lot of accomplishments. He won the award for the best swordsman of the city of Verona when he was only twelve years old. ...read more.


He died at the age of twenty years and one-hundred days. He was born in Prince Escalus's royal family with a silver spoon in his mouth. He had all the luxuries one could possibly imagine. Even though he was from such a noble family he was very modest and down to earth. He studied very hard in school and did not live of his surname. Paris was brutally murdered by Romeo Montague at the Capulet cemetery. Paris was probably one of the most accomplished gentlemen of Verona. He was the youngest person to have their photography on the "Verona Times" magazine. In a city wide survey he had the highest IQ. He was you can say: ingenious. ...read more.


How can he kill out poor Juliet at such a young and tender age? Nevertheless, while Juliet was alive she led a happy life. She lived like a true lady and always seemed to have a positive outlook on life. Even though Juliet had a very short life she still had quite a lot of accomplishments. She won the award for the most thoughtful person of Verona. She also won the award for being the most beautiful and good looking youngster of Verona. Although his sadness caused a lot of grievance, it had a positive outcome also. Like Romeo her death caused a lot of misery but also signaled the end of the unfriendliness between the Montagues and Capulets. She is survived by her father and mother. May she rest in peace. Word Count 500 ...read more.

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