After all, pilgrims touch the hands of statues of saints. Holding one palm against another is like a kiss.
Well then, saint, let lips do what hands do. I'm praying for you to kiss me. Please grant my prayer so faith doesn't turn to despair
Then do my lips now have the sin they took from yours?
Now my sin has been taken from my lips by yours.
Sin from my lips? You encourage crime with your sweetness
Juliet moves and Romeo is sad that his love has to leave
Madam, your mother wants to talk to you
Who is her mother?
her mother is the lady of the house. She is a good, wise, and virtuous lady. I nursed her daughter. Let me tell you, the man who marries her will become very wealthy
The nurse leaves
(to himself) Is she a Capulet? Oh, this is a heavy price to pay! My life is in the hands of my enemy.
Yes, but I'm afraid I'm in more trouble than ever.
(to ROMEO) Come on, let's go. Right when things are the most fun is the best time to leave.
No gentlemen, don't get ready to go now. We have a little dessert coming up. (they whisper in his ear) Is that really true? Well, then, I thank you both. I thank you, honest gentlemen. Good night. Bring more torches over here! Come on, let's all get to bed. (to his COUSIN)