It is the East and Juliet is the Sun

    • That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet

I am Romeo. If thou is not familiar with I, perhaps the name Montague would help. I am the son and heir of the current Lord and Lady Montague. Many see me as impulsive and immature, but I think that the feud between the Capulets' and Montagues' is what should be considered immature. I want no part of their conflict because these violent delights have violent ends. I have but one love. I love my Juliet, but alas she is a Capulet. From the start our love has its obstacles. I only want to love my Juliet nothing else matters to me, yet I am caught in this centuries old feud which pars me against my love. But I will take any measures to confess my love to my Juliet with no fear of thy curses. Till death do us part.