Romeo And Juliet: Act 1, Scene 4, Lines 104-118
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This is Act 1, Scene 4, Lines 104 through 118.
If I damage you with my dirty, unworthy hand, know that I'll rectify it with a kiss.
Look, you're bashing your hands too much; by holding me, you show devotion. Holding palms together is like a kiss.
Yes Pilgrim, they have lips that they're supposed to pray with.
Don’t saints and pilgrims have lips as well?
Well then, let's let our lips hold each other. Please grant me my wish so I won't be unhappy.
Okay, but I'm not making the first move.
Then don't; I'm coming to you.
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