Love Moderately

In the end of the second act in Romeo and Juliet, Friar Lawrence tells Romeo to love moderately. It’s  good advice because Romeo and Juliet moved very fast and are already getting married. Obviously Romeo isn’t gonna this rule because he’s 14, an actual child. They both have admitted their love for each other and said they would give up everything. This is gonna go so bad, and everybody already knows it. Their gonna end up hurting the people around them and themselves. They think love is the only thing that matters and all they need are each other. If only Romeo would listen to Friar Lawrence maybe it could have worked out better.

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