Romeo & Juliet Act 5 Scene 3 Storyboard

Romeo & Juliet Act 5 Scene 3 Storyboard
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  • The obsequies that I for thee will keep, Nightly shall be to strew thy grave and weep.
  • You horrible mouth of death! You’ve eaten up the dearest creature on Earth. Now I’m going to force open your rotten jaws and make you eat another body.
  • Paris came to mourn Juliet's death. Followed by Romeo and his servant Balthasar. Romeo dismissed Balthasar and came alone to Juliet's tomb.
  • Alright, I will. Let me look at this face. It’s Mercutio’s relative, noble Count Paris! 
  • Oh, I’ve been killed! If you are merciful, open the tomb and lay me next to Juliet.
  • Paris recognised Romeo as the banished Montague. He wanted to arrest Romeo for his crime. They had a fight and Paris was killed.
  • Oh, my love! My wife! Death has sucked the honey from your breath, but it has not yet ruined your beauty.
  • Romeo carried Paris' corpse inside the tomb. Romeo saw Juliet and believed she's dead for sure
  • Come, bitter conduct, come, unsavoury guide. Thou desperate pilot, now at once run on. The dashing rocks thy seasick, weary bark. Here’s to my love!
  • Romeo consumed all the poison he bought from the pharmacist and died next to Juliet. So that he could live forever with Juliet in the afterlife.
  • Juliet woke up and to see a dead Romeo and Friar Lawrance. The friar informed Juliet about Romeo's death and quickly left the tomb.  Juliet was heartbroken because her life without Romeo would be diminished. So she killed herself with Romeo's dagger and joined him in the afterlife.
  • Oh, good, a knife! My body will be your sheath. Rust inside my body and let me die.
  • I am the greatest, but I was able to do the least.
  • Capulet! Montague! Do you see what a great evil results from your hate?
  • O me! This sight of death is as a bell, That warns my old age to a sepulcher.
  • The prince, Montague and Capulet came to the tomb. They learnt the truth and cried out for their death. This tragic but yet romantic relationship between Romeo and Juliet finally brought the two families together. 
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