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ACT 5 SCENE 1
Enter the o boticario
Cell of Fray Lorenzo
Romeo: From believing in the flattering vision of the dream, my dreams foretell forthcoming and favorable news. The lord of my breast is serenely seated on his throne, and throughout the day an unusual excitement raises me above the earth with tender thoughts. I remember that I dreamed that I had died-a strange dream, which gives a dead person the power to think! -and that my wife was coming and, with her kisses, infused my lips with such a vigorous and delicious life that I was resurrected and was emperor . Oh my! ... How sweet will not be the possession of the beloved, when the only shadow of love is so rich in delights! ... (Balthazar enters with boots to mount) News from Verona! What is it, Baltasar? Do you bring any letters from the ftaile? Is my lady well? Is my father still well? How is my Juliet? I ask you again, because nothing can go wrong if she is well. Baltasar: She can not be better; then nothing can go wrong ... His body rests in the Capulets pantheon, and his immortal part dwells with the angels! I myself have seen her buried in the crypt of her ancestors, and at once I took the post to tell her. Oh, forgive me if I bring you such painful news, for such a mission entrusted me, sir!
Romeo: I see you are very poor! Take forty ducats, sell me a dose of venom, a substance so severe that, when it spreads through the veins, the dead man, who, annoyed with life, drinks it, and let his soul out of his body with the same violence as the impetuous gunpowder lit up explodes in the fatal entrails of the cannon! Apothecary: I count on those deadly poisons; however, the laws of Mantua sanction with death whoever sells them
ray Juan: Holy Franciscan friar! Brother, hey! (Enter Fray Lorenzo). Fray Lorenzo: That voice must be that of Fray Juan. Welcome to Mantua! What does Romeo say? Or, if you come in writing your thought, give me the letter
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