Two hearts together hath been sworn,
But by a father's words so harsh hath been torn.
Banished away for an act so just,
leaving behind his true love and true lust.
Running so fast with blood stained hands,
Put out, so harsh, by a prince's demands.
Getting news of where his love lay,
Reaching her tomb, he was filled with dismay.
Results of plans gone wrong and love gone rancid,
Drinketh the poison is what the young boy did.
Now with cupid's wings he doth fly above,
Still healing hath been wrought by their love.
For truly none will ever know,
The love of dear old Romeo.