He probably doesn't even want to be found because of Rosaline.
Act II Scene 2
Shall I hear more, or shall I speak at this?
O Romeo, Romeo wherefore art thou Romeo? Deny thy father and refuse thy name!
Act II Scene 2 (cont.)
Marry me Juliet!
I can't believe you just heard what I said. Nevertheless, I love you, but you must go before you are caught.
In this first scene of Act II, Benvolio (left) and Mercutio (right) are searching for Romeo after the party. Their searching soon turns into a mockery of Romeo. This part is very important to the theme of love because it shows how the other characters feel about love.
Act II Scene 3
Please marry me to Juliet.
In this second scene of Act II, Romeo (left) comes to find Juliet (right). She comes outside on her balcony to confess her love of Romeo in soliloquy. This scene is very important to the plot and to the theme of love because she is speaking of her love of Romeo.
Act II Scene 4
This afternoon, sir? Well, she shall be there.
Tell Juliet to meet me at Friar Laurence's and there we shall marry.
In this part of Act II Scene II, Juliet begins by warning Romeo of getting caught. He tells her that nothing can stop his love. She then becomes embarrassed of what he heard. Romeo then asks to marry her, which she at first declines because it is too soon. She then agrees to marry him if he sends word by the next day. She leaves when the nurse begins to call for her.
Act II Scene 6
You shall not stay alone till Holy Church incorporate two in one.
In this scene of Act II, Romeo asks Friar Laurence (left) to marry him and Juliet. This scene is important to the theme of haste because the friar tries to tell him not to rush into this relationship with Juliet.
You just were in love with Rosaline!! Nevertheless, I will marry you two.
In this scene of Act II, Romeo and the Nurse (middle) meet. Romeo asks that she tells Juliet to meet him to get married. The Nurse instantly likes Romeo. This scene shows the haste in Romeo and Juliet's relationship.
In this scene of Act II, Romeo and Juliet are meeting with Friar Laurence to get married. Before Juliet arrives, he warns him again of the haste of the relationship. When Juliet arrives, he prepares for the marriage. Though it is not directly stated, it is inferred that Romeo and Juliet get married.