Pyramus and Thisbe

Love is friendship that has caught fire. It is quiet understanding, mutual confidence, sharing and forgiving. It is loyalty through good and bad times. It settles for less than perfection and makes allowances for human weaknesses.

Ann Landers

The Quote resembles the relationship between Pyramus and Thisbe, they had unconditional love for each other. In the story it quotes “The more the flame is covered the hotter it burns”. That’s the kind of love Pyramus and Thisbe had for each other

The story

 

The relation between the 2 was a love bond, that was unbreakable the wall they speak of is the thing between them they spoke through a small crack in the wall. To have a conversation back and forth but they decided one night they would vanish and meet somewhere, that place was in the graveyard under a mull berry tree.  And that is where it went down the road Thisbe was chased there and waited but Pyramus was not there then she decided to kill herself cause there was no turning back so she does. Then Pyramus sees her there dead under the tree so Pyramus decides  to do the same and take his life.

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