romeo, mercutio and benvolio leave the party, but romeo climbs back over the orchard wall to go back and see juliet. mercutio and benvolio decide to leave him because he obviously didn't want to be found.
go, then, for 'tis in vain. to seek him here that means not to be found.
can i go forward when my heart is here? turn back, dull earth, and find thy center out.
the exchange of thy love's faithful vow for mine
romeo goes into the orchard to see juliet appear at a window and she starts talking to herself, saying that she wishes that romeo was someone else so she could easily marry him. she doesn't see romeo at first, but when she does, they talk and agree to marry in secret.
oh romeo, romeo. wherefore art thou romeo?
romeo goes to see friar lawrence and asks him to marry him and juliet in secret as soon as possible. friar lawrence agrees, but warns romeo that doing it so fast may have consequences.
i'll tell thee as we pass, but this i pray, that thou consent to marry us today.
wisely and slowly. they stumble that run fast
tybalt, the kinsman to old capulet, hath sent a letter to his father’s house.
no hare, sir, unless a hare, sir, in a lenten pie,that is, something stale and hoar ere it be spent.
if you should deal double with her, truly it were an ill thing to be offered to any gentlewoman.
tybalt has sent a letter to romeo's father challenging a fight, and mercutio and benvolio are stood in the street talking about it. romeo joins them. the nurse enters wanting to talk with romeo. mercutio mocks her. the nurse asks romeo what he is planning to do. romeo tells her to tell juliet to come to confessional that afternoon where she will marry him.
and there she shall at friar lawrence' cell, be shrived and married.
i am aweary. give me leave awhile. fie, how my bones ache! what a jaunt have i!
juliet gets worried because the nurse has been out for three hours and not yet returned. when she does return she does not tell juliet straight away, by complaining about her back. when she does tell her, juliet is very happy.
here’s such a coil. come, what says romeo?
but my true love is grown to such excess, i cannot sum up sum of half my wealth.
these violent delights have violent ends.
romeo waits for juliet with friar lawrence who foretells the rest of the play, by warning romeo of the dangers of their whirl-wind romance. juliet arrives and they get married.
amen, amen. but come what sorrow can, it cannot countervail the exchange of joy.