Romeo And Juliet True Love Analysis

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I believe that true love is when two people are almost near obsessed with each other but one does not like the other more. True loves is the perfect balance of trusting the other person, willing to sacrifice whatever is needed to be with that person and being loyal to that one and only person. In the play Romeo and Juliet it is made clear they trust each other when Juliet is isolated by her entire family and still trusts in the fact that romeo loves her and that they will be together. It is shown to us that they are will to sacrifice almost anything for eachother when they pay the ultimate price for loving each other which is death. When juliet's mom and dad try to force her to marry paris she refuses and proclaims her loves for him showing that he is her one and only love. One of the most important aspects of truly loving another person is to have undying trust in the other person and who they are as a human being. Both Romeo and Juliet…show more content…
When two people are really in love they should be wanting and willing to do anything it takes to be together and if two lovers are presented with the same situation Romeo and Juliet where that they might have to take drastic measures. This is proven when Romeo climbs the Capulets walls, How cam'st thou hither, tell me, and wherefore? The orchard walls are high and hard to climb, And the place death, considering who thou art, If any of my kinsmen find thee here. (2.2.66-69) Romeo was willing to die to see his other true love. If he was caught in her house he would most certainly be killed by one of the guards but he wanted to see her so bad that he risked it. The last thing I wall go over is also the backbone of any relationship which is being loyal to that one person and loving them. In Romeo and Juliet even when given the chance to marry another man she refuses and even risked death by defying her
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