Forever together

A recreation of a part in the story of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare:

You are the stars dancing across my skin,

the thickest roots of my tree,

a disease I never want to cure,

and the magic in the cyan sea.

‘I promise to never leave you’ I say,

and we would just lock our ocean eyes,

you are the orange paint,

that I would use to paint my sunrise.

We love each other dearly,

we share our summer, autumn, winter, spring,

Why can we share our lives with each other,

supporting ourselves with this love, a strong string.

Come, let’s run away,

and marry in the Lord’s house,

Friar Laurence shall welcome us with open hands,

he would happily agree to make you my spouse.

Oh, Juliet! I hope you know,

that this is our last chance,

else we shall not meet again,

my dear, in any circumstance .

With you, I even cherish this cruel life,

so, tomorrow wilt thee becometh mine wife?

By Tarushi


Tarushi Parashar View All →

Hi! I am a 13-year-old currently studying in the Netherlands. For 5 years, I was studying in London and moved to India for some time in July 2019. First of all, I love playing the western flute and have been playing for quite a few years now. Playing and also, listening to music is definitely my passion. Some sports I enjoy playing are badminton, netball, swimming, football, cricket (these are the top 5!). Ok, so let’s talk about poetry. I wrote my first poem in a primary school in England and this inspired me to start writing poems on WordPress. Some of my recent poems are about global issues such as climate change, depression, bullying etc. Writing poetry is another passion of mine…so, check out my poems on WordPress. I don’t know what else I could say here so, hope you love my poems…..happy reading!!

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