Charlie F. Kane
Romeo & Juliet - Poem by Charlie F. Kane
There’s my Juliet,
I used to have a scene with her,
Underneath her balcony,
Sweets words flowed between us.
I met her at the party,
I was a love struck Romeo,
Didn’t know what happened to me.
She saw me and said,
“You better out of here, Romeo,
Before my parents see you here.”
Oh, Juliet, I said I did not care,
It was written in the stars for us.
I wrote you a love song,
You liked it loads,
Said it remained you
Of Shakespeare and his sonnets.
Do you remember, Juliet,
Been in my arms,
As we watched the
Dying light of the day?
You said to me,
“Romeo, you know,
I’m going love you till I die”
Well, I knew just how you felt.
I don’t care about your family,
If they don’t like me I don’t care,
Juliet didn’t you know that
They don’t control you?
Why did you stop it, Juliet?
Were the families too much for you?
We said, “I love you till I die”,
Well, Juliet, did you think that I would lie?
Juliet, did you think I would not care,
I’m just your love struck Romeo,
And I’ll love you till I die.
You know I wouldn’t lie,
I said I love you,
And I will until I die.
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