"With Rosaline, my ghostly Father? No. I have forgot that name and that name’s woe."(2.3.45-47)
Act 2 Scene 3
"God pardon sin! Wast thou with Rosaline?"(2.3.44)
Romeo and Friar LawrenceOutside Romeos house
"That’s my good son. But where hast thou been, then?"(2.3.46-47)
Romeo and Friar Lawrence are talking about how Romeo came back so late while he was talking to Juliet all night.
"I’ll tell thee ere thou ask it me again. I have been feasting with mine enemy"(2.3.48-49)
In this story true love is everything. Romeo is talking to friar about what he did last night and he mentions Rosaline which is who makes Romeo sad and not loved.
Romeos love for Juliet is crazy. But he can't tell Friar Lawrence yet until they get married. He might not be able to trust him and true love breaks that and eventually asks him to marry him and Juliet.
Shakespeare uses Romeo to show that he fell in love with Juliet and is over Rosaline so Shakespeare is pretty much spaying true love overpowers everything.