A Midsummer night's Dream: Act 2 Scene 2: Robin brings the flower to Oberon
Robin's act to put the potion in Demetrius's eyes
Lysander's new love for Helena is not accepted by Helena herself
"Thou shalt know the man by the Athenian garments he hath on"-Oberon ( 2.1. 271) Robin brings oberon the flower that was shot by cupid's missed arrow. Oberon intends to put the love potion on Demetrius's eyelids
"when thou wak'st, let love forbid sleep his seat on thy eyelid. So awake when I'm gone, For I must now to Oberon"(2.2. 86-89) Robin believes that the man he is putting the potion in his eyelids is Demetrius, but it actually is Lysander
"wherefore was i to this keen mockery born?"-Helena(2.2.130) Once Lysander woke up, he first saw Helena and due to the potion he immediately fell in love with her. Even though Lysander is in love with Helena, Helena does not believe him, she thinks he is joking her.
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