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Romeo and Juliet 1

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Introduction

Romeo and Juliet A love that never dies A love that dies The story of a couple A tragedy that ruins the world Romeo and Juliet 2 that are not meant to ...read more.

Middle

1 boy confused about life His eyes are open to love 1 girl doesn't know what to do Her mind is made up to love 1 man unites a couples love A couple ...read more.

Conclusion

who loves a disagreed love 1 word can end it all 1 love that ends in Red wine split over every hand ?? ?? ?? ?? Kunle Sobowale Page 1 April 25, 2009 ...read more.

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