That runaways' eyes may wink, and Romeo Leap to these arms, untalked of and unseen. (III.ii.6-7)
He's dead, he's dead, he's dead! We are undone, lady, we are undone! (III.ii.38-39)
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O, find him! Give this ring to my true knight. (III.ii.143-145)
O, it presses to my memory like damned guilty deeds to sinners' minds. (III.ii.121-122)
Juliet is waiting for nightfall for Romeo to come and see her. Juliet is not yet aware of Romeo's banishment or Tybalt's death. She thinks nothing has gone down between anybody and is just waiting for Romeo to show up.
I'll cry my tears for Romeo's banishment when their tears are dry. (III.ii.131-132)
The nurse storms in. She is in despair. She tells Juliet that Tybalt has been killed. Juliet doesn't hear her correctly and thinks the nurse says that Romeo has been killed. The nurse reassures her that he is indeed still alive. Although Romeo is the one who killed Tybalt.
Theme: love is hard
Juliet gives a ring to the nurse to give to Romeo. She feels bad for talking bad about Romeo. Juliet says a dead Romeo is worse than 100 dead Tybalt's.
Here Juliet is trying to forget the news that the nurse told her about Romeo and Tybalt. But she can not because the nurse keeps asking her what she is going to do about it. Juliets biggest concern right now is seeing Romeo.
Although Juliet might seem coldhearted here, she is staying true to what she said she would so when she married Romeo. That she would never leave his side and honor him till he dies. This also shows that even though Tybalt is blood, she cares more about Romeo.