“ These sudden joys havesudden endings. They burn up in victorylike fire and gunpowder.”
“Oh, poor Romeo! He'salready dead. He's been stabbed by awhite girl's black eye.”
“Darkness is stumblingout of the sun's path like a drunk man.”
In act 2 scene 6 Friar Laurence states "these sudden joys have sudden endings. They burn up in victory like fire and gunpower." This is an example of a simile Friar Laurence is using like to compare there love to firs and gunpower. You could also say this is foreshowing since we know that there love will have a sudden ending.
In act 2 scene 4 Benvolio is having a conversation with Mercutio, Benvolio states " Oh poor Romeo! He's already dead. He's been stabbed by a white girls black eye" As a reader we know Romeo and Juliet love will end in death. "he's already dead" this foreshadows the ending of their love.
In act 2 scene 3 friar Laurence is in a room alone preparing for Romeo to arrive, he says "Darkness is stumbling out of the suns path like a drunk man" This is an a example of personification since the author is giving "darkness" a human characteristic "stumble"