Benvolio

  • Apr 29, 1500

    Act 1, Scene 1

    Tybalt and I, Mercutio, were walking in the city when the Capulets very own Sampson and Gregory bit their tongue at us. We drawn our tools and clashed. Prince break up the fight. Later, I was asked about Romeos sad mood, but I was unable to give a cause. Then Romeo told me that his heart is broken by none other than Rosaline.
  • Apr 29, 1500

    Act 1, Scene 2

    I then persuade Romeo to go to the Capulets Ball, just so he can check out the other women and forget about Rosaline.
  • Apr 29, 1500

    Act 1, Scene 3

    During this time, I am preparing for the ball. I hope to God Romeo finds atleast someone to make him feel anew.
  • Apr 29, 1500

    Act 1, Scene 4

    I am very anxoius to arrive to the party. When Romeo finds his star-crossed lover, he will be insane with happiness! I will no longer have to deal with a sobbing Romeo.
  • Apr 29, 1500

    Act 1, Scene 5

    By this time, I choose one of the fairest ladies to a dance. Her elegant dress sparkled in the light and beautiful smile glicened. Boy, I can find a lady like so, Romeo is bound to find someone.
  • Apr 29, 1500

    Act 2, Scene 1

    Romeo!? Where are thou Romeo!? He has disappeared, I cannot find him anywhere.
  • Apr 29, 1500

    Act 2, Scene 2

    Romeo! I last saw him dancing with the woman he met at the ball, but they have gone off! But, Where? I am sure he will return sooner or later.
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 2, Scene 3

    I still have no idea where Romeo is and what he is up too. I am assuming that he and the woman he was with are having fun some place. So I must leave them be.
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 2, Scene 4

    A message from Tybalt arrive to the house today challenging Romeo to a dual. Most likely because we snuck into his Lord's ball and Romeo left with one of their people. Also, Romeo returned today accompanied with the old Nurse of the Campulets, what an old bag.
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 2, Scene 5

    Now that Romeo has found a girl he likes and is no longer sad I can spend a little time with myself. Maybe tend to my vegetable garden or sharpen my sword collection.
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 2, Scene 6

    My vegetable garden is coming along well and my swords can cut paper. However, Romeo is gone again, probably with that lady friend of his. My boy, Mercutio and I just might go take a walk in the town now. It should be a pretty hot day out but it seems like a great idea to get our legs going.
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 3, Scene 1

    Indeed, the day is like the fire of the devil. It would be a swell idea to retire. Also, the men of the Capulet's are among us, so its best if we depart. However, Tybalt of the Capulet's came upon us and asked to see Romeo, but we didn't no where thou is. At this time, Mercutio is getting heated and then appeared Romeo. Tybalt wanted to clash with thee, but Romeo had some reason not to. Then Mercutio decides to fight Tybalt!
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 3, Scene 2

    Oh the horror! My dear brother and friend Mercutio was slain by the sword of no only then Tybalt! Romeo was trying to break up the fight but Tybalt still got the job done. Thats not all, Romeo picks up Mercutio's sword and murders Tybalt! I told Romeo to leave the scene in a hurry! I reported the story to the prince. Oh, My brother Mercutio, rest in peace. The Prince declared Romeo to be banished of Verona! The day had to be created by the devil!
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 3, Scene 3

    I am completely devastated about today's events! Why must this have happened? When will I see Romeo again? And will I do without my partner in crime?
  • Apr 30, 1500

    Act 3, Scene 4

    I must get rest, but will I sleep? My emotions are confused! Tragedy, the only word I can use to describe my day.
  • May 1, 1500

    Act 3, Scene 5

    Today I must not focus on the lost of my two brothers. That can be the only way not to think of them. I will most defiantly relieve my anger by taking a sword and releasing all may emotions by taking hacks at trees.
  • May 1, 1500

    Act 4, Scene 1

    I have wiped my last tear and will strive to move forward. Mercutio is in a better place and I imagine Romeo to be restarting his life in another town. I hope to eventually hear from him.
  • May 1, 1500

    Act 4, Scene 2

    I had made a medallion of my friend Mercutio that I will carry around with me. I will always remember the hunger and fight that resided in him. I will use that as motivation for when I face challenges.
  • May 1, 1500

    Act 4, Scene 3

    My garden is coming along quite well and is almost ready for harvesting. Also, I bought a new sword for my collection. It is quite large and sharp; I bet Romeo and Mercutio would have liked it.
  • May 2, 1500

    Act 4, Scene 4

    Another day and no word on where Romeo is located. I am sure he is doing fine and having a great time. It is a possibility that I may search for Romeo. I haven't gone on a long trip for a while and that sounds very doable.
  • May 2, 1500

    Act 4, Scene 5

    Today I am harvesting my vegetable garden; I spot lots of juicy tomatoes. I will put some of the vegetables in a woven basket and let the other Montague's have some. I am sure they will like them.
  • May 2, 1500

    Act 5, Scene 1

    I am deciding to go fishing at a lake today. I am not your everyday fisher, but Mercutio loved to fish. Maybe I will have some luck for catching some if I use his pole.
  • May 2, 1500

    Act 5, Scene 2

    I caught two large edible fish today on the lake! I will certainly cook these once I return home and offer some to my family. I will also prepare a salad with my home-grown vegetables. I am sure they will appreciate me doing this. It would probably made Mercutio very pleased.
  • May 2, 1500

    Act 5, Scene 3

    It is getting late and I am not sure where everyone is, so I guess I am eating alone tonight. I will certainly leave left overs because I will certainly have extra. I think I will go find some of my relatives after I am finished eating.
  • May 3, 1500

    Act 5, Scene 3

    I have ran into a few of our family's guards and they have just informed me with some tradgic news! Romeo was found dead besides a girl named Juliet who is a Capulet! He has fallen for a Capulet and was found dead beside her. It was said that they both killed themselves! Was it because they were afraid to tell their families they were seeing the rival? So many questions that will be unanswered. They will now always be together. How can the could the family feud do this to our beloved children?