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*GHOST* 'Tis such a sad day to live. However, I hath been killed by that devil, Tybalt. The sneak struck me under Romeo's arm with thy sword in one single stab into my bosom. In the midst of my death Romeo fought against Tybalt, delivering the final blow, killing him, but how sad is it to have killed a dear cousin of the Capulet, Juliet, especially on the day of their wonderful marriage. Now the Prince has been brought into this and since dear Romeo was the last man alive from this bloodshed, the Prince has brought the wraith onto poor Romeo, banishing him from Verona. The Prince has been true to his word, but has been somewhat lenient. Perhaps the Prince's ruling was fair in his own eyes, but to Romeo it is something much worse than death itself for this means that thou wilt not be able to seen fair Juliet ever again. I do not have much say in this for I am just a soul wandering the lonely world looking upon my dear friends.
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Soft!! The marrying of my dear friend Romeo and the Capulet, Juliet? Thou dost speak lies! Romeo is still heartsick from his unanswered love for Rosaline! He hath even given us the slip over the orchard wall. However, if he is marrying Juliet, then he hath forgotten thy name, Rosaline! I do wonder why Romeo hasn't told me such wonderful news! If Father Laurence is to marry Romeo and Juliet, it might just be enough to end the ancient feud between the Montagues and the Capulets! Friar Laurence should assist in the marriage at once!
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Ah, yes. Romeo has fallen in love with young Juliet. All in good time as well, for my good friend Romeo dost feel heavy heartbroken for thine unanswered love for Rosaline. Now, he hath been able to see beauty in other women like Juliet. It has been a wonderful day at the Capulet masque, especially for Romeo, but I do believe that they should get to know one another a bit more, don't you think? I wonder how the outcome of these turn of events will end up for Romeo has just found that thy fair maiden, Juliet, is the Capulet's daughter...
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 recently had a talk with Romeo at the Capulet masque with Benvolio on what might be bothering his tender mind. He was still heartbroken because of his unanswered love for Rosaline who was at the Capulet masque as well. Romeo had dreamt of a horrible consquence to occur at this masque, but I dreamt that dreamers often lie. He believes that dreamers do dream things true, as i see Queen Mab hath been with him, for she is the fairies' great queen bringing dreams and vain fantasies to thee. Portraying events from their minds to the real world, through lover's brains, having them dream of love, or a courtier smelling out a suit as another dreams he a benefice. Then perhaps Mab passes by a soldier and then dreams he of ambuscados and cutting foreign throats as thy soldier awakens frighted before thou rests thy head. My dreams are dreams that lie.
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I heard from my good friend, Romeo, on the new fighting between the Capulets and Montagues. He hast told me that it began from the servants of both households insulting one another and as the fighting heated, Prince Escalus intervened thy fight, declaring, "if ever you disturb our streets again, your lives shall pay the forfeit of the peace!" I believe Escalus has made the right choice on all accounts. There hast been enough fighting in our streets. Now i must see Romeo on more important matters...
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    MERCUTIO HU

    Unfortunately, I have been killed by the foul Tybalt. But even now, the law isn't on our side.