Students in Honors English I read Romeo and Juliet this year, analyzing duty to ones parents, and the true nature of love. Additionally, they imitated of Juliet’s “O bid me leap rather than marry Paris …” soliloquy Romeo and Juliet 3.1.77-88
O Bid Me …” by Taylor Daniels, Class of 2022 O bid me make a project, rather than take the finals, In any of the noisiest rooms in the school; Or write quickly; or bid me sleep Where scurrying mice are, chain me with ferocious tigers; Or shut me nightly in a dark cramped closet, “
O’er covered quite with raucous dogs, With slimy mouths and abnormally hairy chests; Or bid me run into a frightening house And hide me with the skeevy guy in his undershirt;
Things that to hear them told, have made me cry, And I will swear to do it without fear or uncertainty, To live a diligent student life on the road to honor roll.
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