romeo and Juliet act 5 scene 3
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Romeo, soon we will be together, but now i drink to make this happen.
I must go see her at once!
I have to deliver this letter to Romeo.
Romeo! You're love is dead! I saw her laying in the tomb.
I agree, leave the tomb and stop hindering me. I shall kill myself for Juliet.
What are you doing here? If you are here to be a villain and destroy the tomb you should die.
This scene represents the second and third steps of the Friar's plan. This is to sleep alone and to drink the poison which will allow her to have all the symptoms of death, but with the kiss of Romeo she will be brought back to life.
Friar John (Shown on the bottom with a donkey) was sent by Friar Lawrence with a letter to Romeo that would explain that Juliet can be brought back to live with only a kiss, but before he can get to him, his kinsman, Balthasar came to inform him of Juliet's death. Romeo then ran to see his wife without knowing the plan.
When Romeo gets to the tomb, he sees Juliet, but Paris is also there. He ends up killing Paris, unknowingly awaken Juliet and kill himself with poison. This then leads to Juliet's suicide and the funerals of both where the Montague and Capulet families end their long lasting feud.
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