"Rebellious subjects, enemies to peace...once more, on pain of death, all men depart."-15
Thou shalt not stir one foot to seek a foe!-13
Act 1 Scene 2
"And too soon to be marred and those so early made.But woo her, gentle Paris, get her heart"-29
"Will you tell me that? His son was but ward two years ago."-60
Act 1 Scene 4
"Call me but love,and I'll be new baptized."-80
Montague and Capulets (tybalt blond fighting Benvolio and Lady Capulet holding Capulet back from fighting) the others fight each other. The prince arrives angrily and tells them that this is the last time he should ever see them fighting and if it happens again then someone will be exiled. The swords symbolize hatred and fighting because these families hate each other so much that they would fight to the death.
Act 2 Scene 2
“oh Romeo, Romeo where art thou Romeo?”-80
"I have been feasting with mine enemy, Where on sudden one hath wounded me, Thats by me wounded. Both our remedies Within thy help and holy psychic lies." -99
Juliet's father (a Capulet) is talking to Prince Paris. Prince Paris wants Juliet to fall in love with him. But Juliet's father tries to tell him that there are other beautiful women possibly trying to see if prince Paris would be loyal to his daughter. Prince Paris doesn't listen to him, he only wants affection from Juliet.
Act 2 Scene 3
Romeo and his friends are at the ball. This is where Juliet and Romeo first meet and its love at first sight. Juliet asks her friends who is that guy over there. Tybalt sees this happening and recognizes Romeo. He doesn't want to cause a scene or he will be exiled but stares angrily at Romeo. Prince Paris is in the background noticing that Juliet does not want anything to do with him in fact she despises him. He is very angry that he can't win her love. The knight beside her is there because of the text in the book about that handsome lucky knight beside her.
Act 2 Scene 6
In this part of the story Romeo and Juliet express their love for each other and break the rules by seeing each other; all for love. At this point, the readers dont see the trouble that is coming; leading to the tragedy. But Romoe and Juliet will do anything to be together. The rose on the balcony represents a blossoming love between Romeo and Juliet.
Romeo goes to Frair Lawrence a Franciscan Friar who as a catholic holy man has the power invested in him to approve of a catholic marriage. Romeo explains to Frair Lawrence how he has fallen in love with "the enemy" and has forgotten all about Rosaline. He wants to marry Juliet and was wondering if Frair Lawrence would marry them on that same day. After much pleading and convincing that Romoe wasnt making a bad decision, Frair Lawrence agreed to Romeo's request. the bouquet of Roses in the background are to resemble love and marriage because Romeo and Juliet are in love and are to have a secret marriage on that lovely day.
Romeo is so in love with Juliet that he decides to marry her. Frair Lawrence who doesn't think about the effects agrees to marry the two teenagers. In the moon you can see a couple getting married they are dressed in wedding attire. And on the right you can see a heart with one rose in it this symbolizes that the marriage will end in a love tragedy but that they will always love each other no matter where they are.