"Here comes the lady. O, so light a foot Will ne'er wear out the everlasting flint"(2.6.
"Romeo shall thank thee, daughter, for both of us"(2.6.23)
"Good even to my ghostly confessor."(2.6.21)
Romeo and juliet meet in friar lawrence's cell to plan a marrage.
"Ah, Julie, is the measure if thy joy Be heaped like mine, and that thy skill be more to blazon it, then sweeten with thy breath."(2.6.24)
"Till Holy Chruch incorpotate two in one"(2.6.37)
"But my true love is grown to such excess I connot cum up sum of half my wealth."(2.6.34)
Shakespeare uses love as an oxymoron in the scene. When romeo talkes about juliet is like the sweatest honey, what shakespeare really means is that love can be sweet for you but at the same time be killing you because honey is healthy and unhealthy at the same time
Shakespeare in this scene tries for romeo to show love to juliet by object. This relates to the motif of love because romeo's love for juliet only gets stronger the more they see each other.
This sceme relates to the motif because it demostates how strong their love is. Romeo and juliet have already made the decision of getting married. Shakesprare does this because it goes to show how in love romeo and juliet are.