Romeo and Juliet

Michael Thomas

Who's to Blame

It is Romeo who is to blame for his and Juliet's death. He is responsible because he made too many mistakes that caused him not to be able to see Juliet anymore. Romeo made a mistake loving Juliet. “Then plainly know my heart’s dear love is set On the fair daughter of rich Capulet: As mine on hers, so hers is set on mine; And all combined, save what thou must combine By holy marriage” (II.III.57-61). Romeo started to love a Capulet, so he let his love for Juliet interfere with his common sense. The next reason Romeo is to blame is that romeo killed Tybalt. After Romeo killed Tybalt, Benvolio says¨Romeo, away, be gone! The citizens are up, and Tybalt slain. Stand not amazed: the prince will doom the death, if thou art taken: hence, be gone, away¨ (III.I.128-131)! If Romeo didn't kill Tybalt the he wouldn't have been banished from the Capulets and he wouldn't have made the Capulets want to kill him. So if Romeo would have been more smart then he wouldn't have caused the death of him and Juliet.

Poem of Love

Love is destructive

Love can destroy lives

Love is too strong

Love can manipulate minds

Love is a bad drug

Love can tear away friendships

Love is never broken

Love can kill

Love is fatal

Love can't love

Love is Love

This poem relates to how Romeo is to blame for his and Juliets death because Romeo Loved Juliet. Causing him to get into a lot of bad situations

Happy Gilmore

Happpy loved golf so much that he gave his coach the head of the crocodile that ate his hand and gave it to him as a present for helping him.
You can relate Romeo to Happy because Romeo was willing to do dangerous things for his love of Juliet