Forbidden Love Of A Capulet And A Montegue - Poem by Dougie Fresh
A love so forbidden—has never tasted so sweet to my lips—
You are my Capulet and I your Montague—society frowns
Upon our love…yet, we cannot stop—our feelings are too strong!
My Juliet—How I would hide in the night to keep what we have,
I long to be your Romeo, without the tragic ending—
I would fight for you—till the last breath left my body!
Pull my sword from my sheath and defend your honor—
To whoever threatened your sweet name!
I would taste the poison from your lips-
Would you taste the poison from my lips?
My Juliet, will you help write our own modern day version
Of the story that I speak—only with a happier ending?
Our story can be happy and without tragedy…
If only you were not a Capulet and I a Montague—
But it is the hand we have been dealt my sweet love-
Let's re-write this story together!
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