Romeo and Juliet Essay | "Ripping Out Our Heart Strings: Romeo and Juliet Theme Analysis"

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"Ripping Out Our Heart Strings: Romeo and Juliet Theme Analysis"

Summary: The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare clearly displays the destruction of love through love itself, in that, as Oscar Wilde once said, "We are always destined to hurt the ones we love the most"; whether it be intentionally or not, love inevitably causes pain.
The world's songwriters have ached for ages, desperately seeking an outlet to connect their skeptical and over deeming hearts alike to those of the young, untaught, and inexperienced. Everyone has his or her own heartache, but where does that heartache come from? Love is like energy, it cannot be created nor destroyed, but it can be changed easily from one form to another. The two differ in that love can be created and can be destroyed, but only with the help of itself. The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare clearly displays the destruction of love through love itself, in that, as Oscar Wilde once said, "We are always destined to hurt the ones we love the most"; whether it be intentionally or not, love inevitably causes pain.

The love between friends and family, although shown in different...

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