Scene vi. Friar Lawrence's cell
Let God smile over this marriage so that there are no bad consequences and sadness later.
Amen! But let whatever sadness come, it does not compare to the joy I have while looking at her. It doesn't matter the consequences as long as I can call her mine.
These sudden joys also have sudden ends. They burn up and explode and too much of a good thing isn't always good. Love Juliet in moderation so that your love lasts a long time and does not fade away.
Here comes Juliet. Her walk is so delicate it will never withstand the rough roads of life and love. Lovers are so light they can walk on a spider web without falling. That is how delicate and unreal pleasure is.
Romeo will thank you for both of us.
And I will thank him equally.
Ah, Juliet, if you are as happy as I am tell me about our marriage and everything you imagine we will be happy with.
I imagine so much for our marriage. I am rich with love for you that I could not count my wealth unlike someone without love who is poor.
Come with me so you two can get married soon. I am not leaving you alone together until you are married.
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