I had a dream that my lady came and found me dead. It's a strange dream that lets a dead man think! She came and brought me back to life by kissing me. I rose from the dead and was an emperor. Ah me!
News from Verona! Hello Balthazar. Do thou bring me letters from the Friar? How doth my lady? Is my father well? How doth Juliet?
Her body sleeps in the Capulet's family vault, and her immortal soul lives with the angels. Pardon me for bringing this ill news.
I will hence tonight. I'll be with you soon.
Well, Juliet, I will lie with thee tonight. I do remember an apothecary, who dwells around here, whom i saw recently He looked thin and poor. Upon seeing him, noting his poverty, I said to myself, 'If a man did need poison now, whose sale is punishable by death in Mantua, here lives an evil man who would sell it to him'.
Romeo comes across apothecary.
I see you are poor, here is forty ducats. Give me a small bottle of quick-working poison.
Such deadly drugs I have, but Mantua's law is death for anyone who sells them.