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Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

            The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet was written by William Shakespeare. Fate is something that controls your future, and you can do nothing to change it. Destiny is what many religions and time periods believed in. Romeo and Juliet's destiny is to never be happy. (45 words).
             Romeo's love always goes wrong. For example, Romeo's first love, Rosaline, is training to be a nun. Romeo declares,.
             " She"ll not be hit by Cupids arrow. She hath Dian's wit And in strong proof of chastity well armed, From Love's weak childish bow She lives uncharmed. She will not stay the siege of loving terms Nor bid th" encounter of assailing eyes.".
             This shows that Rosaline cannot love and will never be with Romeo. This shows that Romeo is very sad. In addition when he finds what he thinks to be true love, he kills her beloved cousin and is banished. This shows that he must leave his love, Juliet. This shows that their love will be challenged. Fate wants Romeo to be away from Juliet. (127 words).
             Juliet cannot be happy for long. For example, Juliet finally has found love, she finds him to be her enemy. Juliet emotionally expresses, .
             "My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late!".
             This shows that she must trust her heart or her parents. This shows that she is in love with Romeo. In addition after she consummates her marriage with Romeo, her mother tells her she is to be wed to Paris next Thursday. This shows that she is committed to Romeo. This shows that Juliet has to make a choice. Juliet can only be happy for short periods of time. (108 words) .
             Romeo and Juliet's destiny is to never be happy together. Destiny is what many people believe in as to let something else decide their life. Fate is only what you think of it and if you let it control your life. (41 words).

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