Oh my love Juliet, how beautiful you are even in death,.
You! You shall pay for what you have done!
Please leave, for I want to be alone with her one last time.
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As I will do.
Romeo walks into the vault to see his love dead, where he still loves and describes how beautiful she still is.
Paris and the Page enter while Romeo grieving Juliet because they think he wants revenge. In reality he is grieving and wants to be left alone.
Oh no, romeo!! Not you my love, I was right here.
Romeo and Paris begin to fight which he then kills Paris but before asks to be laid with his beloved because he actually loves her.
Now we may be together as we had planned, as fate had it.
Romeo drinks the poison where he then will die next to Juliet.
It is time I join you my love, for now we can have our fate and be together in death
Juliet wakes up and sees Romeo as killed himself with the poison and is to late to be with her love.
Juliet sees that there is no more poison left and takes Romeo's sword and stabs herself so she could die and be with him.