I've read some of Shakespears famous works, and my favorite of them all is Romeo and Juliet, a play that is still very popular today. Romeo and Juliet are still held in theater plays, and some people have made films and written a song about it. My feelings and imaginations were captured by that literary piece of yours, which made me more interested in reading more of your works. To people who also dream to be a writer just like you, you are always an inspiration.
My favorite was Romeo and Juliet, because back when I was in high school, we had our stage play, and we had to learn the lines to deliver it thoroughly. Its theme caught my attention, which is universal and relatable, depicting the love between a young man and a girl with two incompatible old families. As I read each line, I was surprised at the complexity of the message of each dialogue that the character conveyed in the story. I enjoyed the first part of the story as it's the first time we've seen the tension between the Montague and Capulet families. The men on the scene are tossing insults at each other with surprising intellect and humor. When one of them said this line, 'Did you bite your thumb, sir?' the argument begins, but playing the word back and forth between the groups brings this issue in a variety of directions. It is a fast, lively scene and a perfect start to set the tone for the rest of the story. Juliet became my favorite character because she was a genuine and elegant girl who didn't investigate family conflicts. She obeys the will of her parents and is faithful to them. Juliet also has the trait of being mature, which grows into a well-determined girl as she transforms from an innocent girl into a responsible woman who is fully responsible for her actions. She's a complex character that reveals the progression of the entire story. What makes your work famous is your ability to expand your unique understanding of the human experience through plays and other dramatic techniques.
The love story of Romeo and Juliet have taught me a lot of valuable life lessons and realizations, such as suicide should not be a choice for coping with the problems of young love, because true love takes time to grow. Don't make decisions that are not thought through. We need to weigh the potential implications and results since hasty decisions sometimes lead to uncertainty and sometimes to trouble. And lastly, we can never underestimate our parents and the sacrifice they have made for us. Through your story, I have met a slightly different person with the weight of clarification put on a residual sense of entertainment. It's your stories that continue to shape, question, and inspire me to share my own stories with the world. Shakespears works will remain important, as the life lessons of each of these plays will continue to inform and draw people's minds over time.