Fanfiction of Romeo and Juliet by wordsoflavanya
On the way to the castle
“Take your hand inside sweetheart, you’ll catch a cold,” said the nurse. The coldness of the night and the beauty of the moon can’t stop Julia from peeping out. She wrapped her warm arms around and lost herself in the view. She was distracted by the sudden fire and cries of the people.
“Nurse, the carriages are set on fire by the Montagues” a stammered and broken voice was heard.
“Julia, come here dear. We’ll be okay” comforted the nurse.
A man who hid in his clothes pulled Julian’s hand. “Dare to harm my child!” the nurse shouted in anger.
“What are you doing…we aren’t here for this” he took his hands off her.
“But these people…they…”
“Romeo…let’s move. They’re here”, Benvolio shouted at the top of his voice.
But they were already lost in their sight. They couldn’t take their eyes off each other but were forced to move.
Tybalt and the Capulet men rushed to the scene and found the carriages and their commodities set on fire. Tybalt took off his sword and tried to tear their face cover. Within a strike of lightning, the men in the black horses disappeared. And Julian was finally able to hear the nurse’s voice.
“Are you okay dear…Speak something?” she asked. “Yeah…I…I’m okay…” she replied.
“Calm and cold was the night
Until the lovers were made to meet
The dreamers had their first dream
Romeo and Juliet – destiny they called
The moon smirked behind the clouds
As if it already knew their fate.”
That night neither the two eyes had a wink of sleep. Both had a question linger in their mind, “Are we meant to be?”
“We are having a ball in a fortnight and Montague is trying to trigger us into a fight,” said Lady Capulet.
“Calm down. We must not react as we shall meet Count Paris anytime” advised the Lord.
“You have promised Julian to me, Uncle,” Tybalt interrupted.
“You are unable to save the people and my Julia…how can I promise my child to you and the connections are more important to us than your feelings” replied Lord Capulet and left the room hastily.
“Prepare the ball and let the Montagues be invited as it is a social gathering” ordered Lady to the servants.
“Nurse, I think I’m in love. I couldn’t think of anything else since I met him” she told the nurse.
“Julia, who are you talking about?” asked the nurse with a smile.
“The man we met last night…Romeo”
“Have you lost your mind? This can’t happen. Your father is going to announce your engagement in a fortnight. Better forget him dear” she advised her.
“Why can’t you understand nurse, Count Paris isn’t a good man…”
“But that’s what the Lord wants my child” she replied. Julia sighed and went outside the room to watch the stars or it was the silly reason she gave herself to get lost in Romeo’s thoughts.
“Oh, Romeo! Thou art a Montague?
You and I are foes but I love you
I don’t care about the rest if I have you
Will I ever hear a word from you?”
She questioned looking at the sky.
“Juliet, Oh my love!
And a sudden yet familiar voice hit her ears.
Will you be my bride?
Our name is the pain
Our love is the cure”
“I recognize your voice, Romeo?” “How did you come here?” she asked.
“Didn’t you want me here, Julia?” Romeo jumped into her balcony from the dark.
“Your eyes are the lanterns of my night sky. I would get lost in the depth of your eyes and never wake up. You are the sun that lights up my world and the serene moon which makes me calm. You’re my life, my love!”
“Don’t you feel the same, Juliet?
“I do, my love”. Her eyes gleamed in the moonlight.
“Come inside Juliet” her nurse called.
“Go. Otherwise, they’ll find you Romeo” “Let’s meet at the square tomorrow at noon. I’ll wait for you,” she said, holding his hands unwilling to let go.
“I’ll wait for you there…come soon. Good night love. Let’s meet in our dreams” he kissed her forehead. It’s been a perfect night for the lovers, the nightingale sang their love story and the sky blushed.
“Where have you been my dear friend, I find something mysterious in you…?”
“Mercutio, I met the most beautiful woman in the world. Her eyes teach me new words and I wish to be hers’ forever. I’m in love with her, my friend”
“I’m in love with Juliet Capulet”
“So, Romeo Montague is in love with Capulet” “But do you know that Count Paris is suited to Juliet?” Mercutio asked.
“It doesn’t matter when love is the only language we know” he smiled and took his departure.
At the Square
It has been their longest wait. They craved to see each other, hold hands, and to get lost in their world. Julia was on the way riding a black horse to meet the love of her life.
“You look more beautiful in the day than at night,” he said, resisting himself to adore her.
“Finally, I see your hair color,” she said smiling.
A week passed in a fraction of a second. Their love grew stronger and greater as days passed by. They lived an eternity every time they met. They decided to marry in the presence of Friar Lawrence as they knew it would be impossible to convince their parents.
Two days before the ball
On a bright sunny day, at the holy church, the lovers exchanged their marriage vows. Their meeting wasn’t an accident. Their paths are meant to be crossed and now they are two bodies and a soul. It was the happiest moment for the lovers. They weren’t lovers anymore. After spending the entire day together, they had their goodbye kiss as husband and wife.
“I’ll sort everything out very soon. Don’t you worry my wife” he said.
“We will,” she said.
Some stories last for a lifetime
Some are just made to cross paths
But there are some which are
meant to be – the eternal one
Romeo and Juliet.
At the ball
The Capulets, the Montagues, the King and the Prince all were gathered for the ceremony. Lord Capulet was very eager to inform his daughter’s engagement with Count Prince. Tybalt was filled with anger. Romeo and Juliet were in mixed emotions. It is the last opportunity to expose their relationship to their family.
“You’re beautiful Juliet Capulet, my wife,” said Count Prince.
“I’m a loyal wife of Romeo and I have the same second name as him” she confronted everyone in the hall.
Everyone in the ceremony was speechless. Lord Capulet and Montague started to argue. Tybalt, who was full of anger, took out his sword and tried to attack Romeo. But he wasn’t ready to fight as Tybalt is his family now. Mercutio tried to convince Tybalt but was triggered by his anger. He took out his sword and started fighting. Within a moment, Mercutio was hurt. There was blood and he was on his verge of death. Romeo was crying beside him, unable to control his emotions.
“You must live, my friend. Violence won’t end violence; only love will. My love wasn’t meant to be and I want you to live. I want your love to end this war” he said. He smiled at a woman in the crowd. He knew she was the only one who could give him peace even in the pain.
The Prince lost his temper. He ordered Tybalt to leave the country. He also ordered the Capulets and the Montagues to accept Romeo and Juliet. Juliet was crying. Romeo consoled her.
“We won’t accept you,” said Lord Capulet.
“Neither will we,” said Montague.
But the lovers were sure. It’s them or nothing. They started their life hoping it will grow beautiful someday.
Ten years later
“Wake up kids. We need to pay a visit to your grandparents” Jula said to Catherine and Harry.
Romeo entered the room.
“You’re beautiful my love” he kissed her.
Julia held his hands and smiled at him.
On a beautiful morning
At our home filled with
our children’s laughter
With you by my side
I would still tell,
And you’ll smile back at me.