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Imagine that you are EITHER Romeo or Juliet at the end of Act Two, Scene Two in Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'. Write a detailed diary entry of your thoughts and feelings after you have both parted.

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GCSE English Coursework: Unit 4- Literary Heritage (Shakespeare) GCSE English Literature Coursework: Unit 3 Pre-1914 Drama Imagine that you are EITHER Romeo or Juliet at the end of Act Two, Scene Two in Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'. Write a detailed diary entry of your thoughts and feelings after you have both parted. Deeba Syed 1JE Page 1 Dear Diary, I have fallen in love with the fair daughter of rich Capulet, Juliet. We are love-destined. She is more beautiful then the sun itself, and she lights up my world. She is heaven's most precious angel, more pure than doves and an exotic jewel to my eyes. I though love hate. My name and eight letters, the only reason we cannot be together even though fate commands it. We met at the Capulet's festivity; she danced like a graceful cloud and her divinity was mesmerising. I wonder if my heart had loved till then? I hadn't asked her name yet but to my dismay learnt her mother was the Lady of the house, Juliet is a Capulet. Benvolio dragged me away. ...read more.

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I'd risk everything for her. Juliet warned me that if her kinsmen found her there they would murder me. My life were better ended by their hate, my only danger was Juliet not returning this heart filled love. I had night to hide me, night who has become a much-needed friend. Love had guided me to Juliet; she admitted to me that she was embarrassed by what I had over heard. She desired that she had not confessed her emotions in that manner. She informed she was just too in love to be hassled with wooing and making our love difficult by pretending she is not interested in me. She says she knows me and I know GCSE English Coursework: Unit 4- Literary Heritage (Shakespeare) GCSE English Literature Coursework: Unit 3 Pre-1914 Drama Imagine that you are EITHER Romeo or Juliet at the end of Act Two, Scene Two in Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet'. Write a detailed diary entry of your thoughts and feelings after you have both parted. Deeba Syed 1JE Page 2 her too, she is my fair love. ...read more.

Conclusion

It was and intense amazing feeling, I will marry the light of my life. Juliet is my whole world and I would die without. I was ecstatic with joy when Juliet left my sight again. She will send someone to give me message tomorrow by the hour of nine, she bid me goodnight over and over again, and making it harder to actually do every time she said it. I retired slowly leaving Juliet is like going to school, a horrible chore, but returning to her is the same as leaving school which is the best part of the day. I didn't want to leave her side; I could have stayed with her all night. She appeared again forgetting why she had asked me to return, obviously sharing me excitement about our marriage the next day. She told me she enjoyed my company. I wished dawn would never arrive. In order for our marriage to be successful, it must stay secret to protect us both. I assume Juliet will tell her Nurse, her most close friend and I will inform Friar Lawrence. I will ask him if he will marry us. I will not be able to sleep tonight; I'm more impatience than I can stand. In fact I will leave to see Friar Lawrence now... ...read more.

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