The End of Romeo and Juliet

By Andrew Enyeart

As a result, Fryer Lorence gave Juliet the potion to get killed for two days.


Juliet took a potion to kill herself for 2 days so that she doesn't marry Paris. "O, bid me leap, rather than be with Paris." "Farewell! God knows when we shall meet again." Juliet would rather die than be with Paris.


When Juliet saw Romeo was dead, she killed herself. "Yea noise? Then I'll brief. O happy dagger! [snatches Romeo's dagger.] This is thy sheath; there rust, and let me die." "But as it seems, did violence on herself." Juliet stabs herself and dies.