"Then she is well and nothing but ill. Her body sleeps in Capel's monument, And her immortalpart with angels lives" (lines 18-20).
"I could not send it (here it is again) Nor get a messenger to bring it to thee, So fearful were they of infection" (lines 14-16)
Balthasar arrives in Mantua with news of Juliet's death. Romeo plans to make haste for Verona, and buys a poison from an apothecary.
Friar John returns to Friar Lawrence with news of his failed delivery. Friar Lawrence hurries to the Capulet's tomb in hopes of arriving before Juliet awakens.
Romeo kills Paris in a duel the latter started. Romeo arrives at Juliet's side and takes the poison, and Juliet stabs herself on his dagger after awakening herself. The bodies are found, and their tragedy is brought to light, ending the feud between houses.
"For never was a story of more woe Than this of Juliet and her Romeo" (lines 320-321)
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