Romeo and Juliet Act II scene vi part 2

Romeo and Juliet Act II scene vi part 2
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  • Ah, Juliet if you're as happy as I am, and you're better with words, tell me about the happiness you imagine we'll have in our marriage.
  • I'll give him equal thanks, so we're even.
  • I can imagine more than I can say-I have more on my mind than words. Anyone who can count how much he has is poor. My true love has made me so rich that I can't count even half of my wealth.
  • Come, come with me, and we'll do the job quickly. Because if you don't mind, I'm not leaving you two alone until you're united in marriage.
  • Juliet also gives thanks to Romeo because the marriage between the two will help both families and not just one. Romeo asks Juliet if she is as happy as he is about their marriage.
  • She talks and describes her love for Romeo and the amount of love that they have for each other.
  • Romeo and Juliet Act II Scene vi
  • He wants to get the marriage done and over with. He does not want to leave they until they are married in the church.
  • They walk out to go get married.
  • End.
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