The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is simply a case of bad luck
In the play Romeo and Juliet The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is simply a case of bad luck. Some examples of the bad luck are moments such as when Romeo didnt get the message that Friar Lawrence sent to him letting him know that Juliet was under a sleeping potion for only 24 hours, Also when Romeo takes the poison just a few moments before Juliet had arisen from the sleeping potion. This essay will explain these points in more detail.
Romeo and Juliet had obviously tried to rush there relationship and didn't think anything through thoroughly. Romeo seemed to only do as he pleased and believes everything that his friends had to say and without fail always acted on his emotions weather that meant in an orderly manner or not he did not care. Juliets father had arranged for Juliet to get married to Count Paris but Juliet had no intentions of falling in love with Paris she had already fallen in love with Romeo. Much to both of their family's discrete the two family's had problems in the past and still hold grudges against one another. Quote: My only love sprung from my only hate! Too early seen unknown, and known too late! Prodigious birth of love it is to me. That I must love a loathed enemy Act1, scene 5
The Capulets and Montagues did not get along which was a huge let down to Romeo and Juliets relationship nobody could come to any agreements. Which lead to 4 deaths throughout the city of Verona. Romeo had tried to stop the two families from fighting and he tried his best make peace,But Tybalt didnt want to stop all of the arguments and killed Mercutio.
Lastly, Unfortunately the Friar had arrived at the tomb just moments after Romeo sipped the poison he bought at the illegal chemist on the way. The messenger was held up and was unfortunately too late to give the letter to Romeo about Juliets potion only being a non temporary potion. Only seconds after, Juliet awakes and finds Romeo dead next to her. Juliet then tries to take her own life by drinking the few last drops from Romeo's poison, but it was not enough to kill herself. So she took a dagger and ended her life to be with Romeo. Quote: Haply some poison yet doth hang on them; to make die with a restorative thy lips are warm Act5, scene 3
In the end, it is clear to say that The tragedy of Romeo and Juliet is simply a case of bad luck Even though they were deeply in love, there families still did not agree with each other which was unfortunate considering both Romeo and Juliet were quite happy to sort things out and live their life together.