Creative Writing about Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet- Written From the Friar's Perspective

Creative Writing about Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet- Written From the Friar's Perspective
So far, my plan is working perfectly. Juliet appears as dead as a doll, and no one doubts about the truth. I am a bit scared that it doesn?t work, though. I haven?t even taken my time to think about it. I brought it up so quickly but I haven?t thought for a minute what could go wrong. What if Juliet does wake up before Romeo comes? Oh, I don?t want to think about what could happen there.
And I?ve made the Capulet family so sad about this ?death?. Losing their only daughter must be distressing for them. I wanted every to be so marvellous for Romeo and Juliet, I haven?t thought about the rest. I have lied for them, which isn?t what a holy man is supposed to do, but it is better lying than letting Juliet commit bigamy. But now that I think about it, was it a good idea to marry Romeo and Juliet? I thought it was a good idea because it might unite the Capulet and Montague family, but how can a man like me change these things? Oh, maybe it was a bad thing after all; it wasn?t very smart of me to do that. And how could I have let them, anyway? Romeo wanted to marry Juliet just after he was supposedly ?in love? with Rosaline. All of this disaster is my fault, because if Romeo and Juliet wouldn?t have been married, Mercutio and Tybalt would?ve still been alive and Romeo wouldn?t have been banished. I?ve made a problem in each side of the family instead of ceasing the war. At least Romeo must be the joyful one now; at this time he should be receiving my message. I hope at least that my plan works and that they can escape with no problems. Let happiness be among the two, after all of these complications.

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