A poem story about how the fued between the capulets and the montagues came about (Romeo and Juliet by Shakespeare)
I am Mr Capulet
And as you soon will see,
The death of my dear Juliet,
Was really down to me...
See 30 years before her,
When I was young and free,
I called my next door neighbour
-Asked him round for tea
Oh dear what a mistake I'd made
Because right from the start
On the picnic blanket laid,
Only one slice of strawberry tart.
Said my next door neighbour Montague,
When realising the flaw
"Oh don't mind me- how about you?"
So I took it and scoffed it all!
Oh my poor friend turned quite red
In his horror and his disgust
"But I'm the guest!" he repeatedly said
As he found it quite unjust
He stormed out of the park
And I'm afraid he said
"Someday in the the future,
I hope one of your family is dead!"
Well his wish was definately granted
But he had to pay a price too
For they both died together, and on that night
I shouted "I'm sorry Montague!!!"