Act II Scene III

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This takes place in Act II, scene III. It took place, right before Romeo and Juliet got married. In this scene, Friar Lawerence is warning Romeo, that instant delights have violent ends. He is telling him that he should think before he rushes into things.

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  • * Friar talking to himself* Good and evil lies within everything, both men, and herbs.
  • Good morrow.
  • Why are you up so early Romeo? The fact that you’re awake this early tells me something's up. Every old man has worries, and worried men never get any sleep, but young men shouldn’t have a care in the world.
  • I enjoyed a sweeter rest than sleep.
  • May God forgive you if you’ve sinned!—Were you with Rosaline?
  • No. I have forgotten that girl and all the sadness she brought me.
  • That's good. But, where have you been?
  • I have been feasting with my enemy. Suddenly someone wounded me with love and was wounded with love by me.
  • Speak plain and make your meaning clear.
  • Capulet's daughter, Juliet and I are in love and you must marry us.
  • Weren't you just in love with Rosaline?--You should know, rushing into things, can have violent ends.--I will though, take my chance and grant the secret marriage, in hopes to turn the hatred between your families into pure love.
  • Let's get it over with. I'm in a rush.
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