"She's dead, deceased! She's dead! Alack the day!"
"O me, O me! My child, my only life! Revive, look up, or I will die with thee!"
"Beguiled, divorcèd, wrongèd, spited, slain! cheated Most detestable death, by thee beguiled, By cruel, cruel thee quite overthrown! O love! O life! Not life, but love in death!"
The scene starts off with the nurse heading off to Juliet's room in order to call her down for the wedding but then realizes that Juliet is dead and begins to wail which is a synonym for cry.
She is in a better place now, lets stop crying and prepare her funeral.
Play a happy tune yo ease her powerful heart.
Capulet and Lady Caplet hear the grieving and yelling of the Nurse and approach to see there deceased daughter and also begin to wail. They are devastated about what has happened to their daughter.
were sorry, but we have to refuse
Paris enters the capulet home with Frair Lawerence and a group of musicians, not knowing the terrible news he is about to hear. He enters ready for marriage and is faced with his soon to be wife dead, right in front of his eyes and also joins the mourning.
Friar Lawerence reminds everyone that quiet is in a better place now and that that should not cry but instead render her.
Peter, the Capulet servant, enters and asks the musicians to play a happy tune to ease his sorrowful heart. The musicians refuse, arguing that to play such music would be inappropriate.
In this scene, Juliet is buried in the Capulets tomb and is waiting for Romeo to come, but does not yet know the tragic event that will follow.