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I'm bored, and I've been wanting to write this for a while. At first, I was going to rewrite the whole last act, but that took up so much time, so I decided to just rewrite the last act, which took me two days to write. So yeah, enjoy my alternate ending of Romeo and Juliet! ACT V Scene 3.
A churchyard; in it, a monument belonging to the Capulet's. Paris Hand me that flashlight, boy. Turn off yours and mine would be off as well, so I won't be seen. Go stand guard under those trees, so no one shall pass by. Whistle to me as warning when someone is near. Hand me those flowers, so I could give dear Juliet one last gift.
Page Remember sir, for I am still a child, and is still afraid to be here alone in the dark. But I'll swallow that fear tonight, and brave the darkness. Paris Such beautiful flowers, I bring for my deceased bride, to match her beauty.
My sorrowful tears fall for you, And the night gives me cover as I weep.
Who is this person? Holds onto this letter will you, Balthasar? In the morning see to it that you deliver this letter to my family. Give me the flashlight. If you hear or see anything Stay where you are and don't interrupt me no matter what. I'm going in to give a ring to Juliet so she can forever wear it.
A very precious ring that I need for important business. If curiosity gets the better of you and you come in, I swear to God, I will kill you And feed your body to the coyotes, understood? Balthasar I understand and will not give you any trouble, sir.
Romeo Thank you for showing your loyalty. Live life well and goodbye, friend. Balthasar aside I'll stay behind, here and wait. For I worry of his well-being and state of mind.
Who murdered my love Juliet's cousin, Tybalt? Does he come here to inflict such a shame? To respect these resting bodies; I'll stop this Montague From performing such juvenile antics. I shall have my vengeance for the departed. Obey and come with me; for you must die! Romeo I must die, and that is the reason I came.
Good man; don't tempt such a desperate man, which is me. Please, leave me alone. Don't add fuel to my already burning fire And make me angry with fury. Live well, and run away from such a madman, who is I. Paris I'm not going to listen to you.the comic book kaja-net.com, n.d. Web.
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17 June kaja-net.comm-Webster, n.d. Web. 20 June In Romeo and Juliet, Tybalt kills Romeo's friend Mercutio, so Romeo kills Tybalt. Romeo kills Paris and then himself thinking that Juliet in dead. Juliet: Our love was meant to be if I awoke right before you about to take your own life.
Romeo: It is meant to be anyway. (Romeo and Juliet gaze at each other and smile. Sep 30, · The Hound of the Baskervilles: an alternate ending On September 30, October 1, By rileyyyyy In the final chapters of The Hound of the Baskervilles, a mystery novel by Sir Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes and his assistant John Watson (SPOILER ALERT!) lure a gigantic hound out of hiding and shoot it, saving the life of Sir Henry Baskerville.
Also, look at the contexts the quotes are written in, I'm not particularly familiar with Romeo and Juliet (studied it four years ago), but see if the situation the dialogue is used in changes or accentuates meaning?
It's a bit challenging out of context.
Hope that helps. Romeo and Juliet: When Next We Meet. (I't's an alternate ending story) Text-only Version: Click HERE to see this thread with all of the graphics, features, and links.