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Love for me has never been a sure thing, especially when it comes to me loving you, hell could you call it anything considering how you feel? Shore Love… Romeo and Juliet were star-crossed lovers but somehow they reached each other “Sweetness”

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WE ALL SEEK TO LOVE AND YEARN TO BE LOVED, THIS POEM IS ADAPTED FROM FROM MY SOON TO BE PUBLISHED NOVEL CALLED THE COMPANY OF THE BLACK PEARL. EVERYONE CAN RELATE TO THE CONTENT OF THIS WRITING.

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You left me suddenly with an orphaned heart, wandering in the darkness of misery.
Feeling the harsh of unflavored heartache and tasted the savor of desperation.

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Final exam for honors english. Take a scene from Romeo and Juliet and transform it into a modern day movie scene.

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In English call we were studying the eternal story of Romeo and Juliet. So one of our assignments were to take a passage from the original story and use modern English to create a script and act it out. I decided to this alone. So I chose to be Juliet when she is waiting in her bed room for Romeo to come on the night they got married.

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Every girl would like to find theirs.

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Where the two "really" in love? Or was it what we wanted to believe?

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Act 1, Scene five of Shakespeare’s “Romeo And Juliet” re-written into "Gangster" style.

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Part Two of Joan’s Adventure in WONDERLAND.
Will it all become reality?

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The poem; between Dena and Prince Kale, from my new authspot book “Love Child.”

Brief Love Child Plot:
Love Child is a Victorian themed book. Set out for nothing complicated, fun-loving and rebel teenager Dena disrespects her father and starts a relationship with Kale; who is a Prince. But the Royal’s don’t plead too kindly to their relationship. Except for the maid.

This poem will briefly give you a glimpse of the book.

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