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O, sweet Juliet, thy beauty has made me effeminate and in my temper softened valors steel!
O nature what hast thou to do in hell when this didst bower the spirit of a friend in mortal paradise in such sweet flesh?
That she do give he sorrow so much sway, and in his wisdom hastes our marriage.
By cruel, cruel thee quite overthrown! O love! O life! not life, but love in death.
The obsequies that I for thee will leap nightly shall be the strew thy grave and weep.
For here lies Juliet, and her beauty makes this vault a feasting presence full of light. Death, lie thou there, by a dead man interred.
In the scene on the left Romeo was upset about killing Tybalt and blames Juliet because he thinks it is her fault as her beauty got in the way. While in the scene on the right Juliet is upset about Tybalt's death and cannot believe what he has done.
In the left scene Paris is talking to Capulet about how Tybalt's death is interfering with his plan of their marriage. And on the right Paris is sad that Juliet has died and how she is his love and life.
In the scene to the left Paris is lying flowers upon her deathbed, but he did not know her well and acts as if he did. In the scene to the right Romeo is at Juliet's deathbed and can only think about her beauty, not thinking about her as a person like most would.
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