If you will die for me,
I will die for you
and our graves will be like two lovers washing
their clothes together
in a laundromat
If you will bring the soap
I will bring the bleach.

Analysis, meaning and summary of Richard Brautigan's poem Romeo and Juliet

6 Comments

  1. Louise Ferereret says:

    i like this poem very much. it expresses so many true feelings. i believe that even though you are in heaven you should still continue writing peoms all the time. very well done.
    A+ son.

  2. ME says:

    that was the stupidest funniest poem ever
    the author compared two lovers with laudry washing…
    what the hell

  3. C says:

    Richard Brautigan, the author of this poem, has been deceased since 1984. I do not understand why you are writing comments that seem to be directed at the author of the poem.

  4. Brittney Evans says:

    I really like the about Romeo and Juliet, b/c it relates to the stroy very well. I think that you should keep up the good work…

  5. julie says:

    I liked your poem on romeo and juliet

  6. megan stemm says:

    i like that one peom on the romeo and juleit thing and u need to keep writeing peoms you are good at it

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