Find them out whose names are written here (I.II.38)
Ye say honestly, rest your merry. (I.II.63)
Then have my lips the sin they have took. (I.V.110)
Act 1 Scene 5
Thus from my lips, by thine my sin is purged (I.V.109)
Act 3 scene 1
Tybalt, my cousin! O my brothers child! (III.I.148)
Benvolio, Who began the bloody fray? (III.I.153)
In this scene a servant to the Capulet is told to give out invitations to the ball that will be hosted that night, the servant who can not read so he asks Romeo to read it which eventually leads to romeo attending the ball. This gives Romeo the idea to see if he can see Rosaline at the ball.
Act 3 Scene 3
Not body's death, But bodies banishment. (III.III.11)
This scene shows Romeo in a hall alone with Juliet as they talk they show their love with a kiss. This shows that romeo is not as distraught about Rosaline as he seemed before. This is a good example of how the undeveloped prefrontal cortex can be deadly and very indecisve. However Tybalt saw Romeo at this ball and recognized him.
Act 3 Scene 5
Hie hence be gone, away (III.V.26)
This scene shows Lady Capulet distraught over her cousin tybalt murdered by Romeo in revenge for killing Mercutio. After The prince hears word of this murder at the hand of Romeo he is furious. Romeo frantically waits for his punishment which will either be death or banishment neither is preferable for the young lover.
Act 5 Scene 3
Thy drugs are quick. Thus with a kiss I die (V.III.120)
In Friar Lawrence's cell, Romeo is overcome with grief, and wonders what sentence the Prince has decreed. Friar Lawrence tells him he is lucky, The prince had only banished him and spared his life. However Romeo feels that that this is worse than murder because he will be without his lover in another city.
Father , what news? What is the princes doom. (III.III.3)
This scene shows romeo leaving the residence of Juliet after their last night together before he is seen in town and banished for good. He after this was escorted to his new home of Mantua. This however does not discourage the young teenager from seeing his new wife. He spends every moment devising a plan to see his lover.
More light and light-more dark and dark our woes. (III.V.36-37_
This scene shows Romeo come to find Juliet under the influence of the potion friar Lawrence had given her however he thinks she is dead so he then takes the poison he had purchased. This comes shortly after he is spotted in the tomb where he had just slain Juliets soon to be husband ,Paris. Then the watchmen come in and see this and report it to the capulets and montagues who can neither believe it This eventually leads to the end of the fued.
Romeo! O, pale! Who else? What, Paris too? And steeped in blood? (V.III.144)