Cheysuli Uncrosses Stars

Shakespeare wrote tragedies but how much better if he had written happy endings and it could all change with just  a word.

Romeo, “‘Tis but thy name that is my enemy!

Ah what is in a name? That which we call Cheysuli by any other name would be so sweet!”

Juliet, “He compares me to Cheysuli?

How can I not run to him now!  NURSE NURSE!

I must leave this place with my Romeo!”

All around here, Capulets are awed by the reference a Montague made comparing their fair daughter to Cheysuli!  A feast is planned for both families and the two lovers live happily ever after.

All because of Cheysuli.

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