Love letter to Juliet from Romeo after he is banned from Verona.
My dear Juliet,
As I look back on my life you are the best thing that ever happened to me. The happiest moments of my life were being with you. I could not even bear not being able to have you here with me. But now you’re gone and there is a price on my head. To see you means death to me but I don’t care. At least I get to see you, my love. How could they do this? Keep us away from each other. I can’t even breathe. There won’t be enough breath left for me if I don’t see you soon. Oh, where art thou? The only thing that keeps me alive is knowing that you are out there waiting for me. My tears, like a swollen, overflowing river, won’t stop streaming down my face. For the first time in my life I’m afraid for our future and I don’t know what to do. It seems like the stars ar3e controlling our fate. They seem so bright, so numerous out here and it scares me because I do not know which one holds out fate. My mind is scrambling for answers but my heart keeps slowing down with every beat it takes without you because your heart is not here to give it life. I can’t write no more and so I seal this letter with a kiss. I love you Juliet, I love you.
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