Romeo and Juliet Act 3

Romeo and Juliet Act 3
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Romeo and Juliet Act

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  •  Don’t be afraid. That sound you heard was the nightingale the lark sings in the morning, the nightingale sings at night. 
  • It was the lark, the bird that sings at dawn, not the nightingale. 
  •  Night is over, and day is coming. If I want to live, I must go. If I stay, I’ll die.
  • That light is not daylight, I know it. It’s some meteor 
  • So stay for a while. You don’t have to go yet.
  • Let me be captured. Let me be put to death. I am content, if that’s the way you want it. 
  • It is, it is. Get out of here, be gone, go away! It’s the lark that sings so out of tune, making such harsh noise. 
  • More and more light. More and more pain for us.
  • Your mother is coming to your bedroom. Day has broken. Be careful. Watch out.
  • Farewell, farewell! Give me one kiss, and I’ll go down.
  • Then the window lets day in, and life goes out the window.
  • I have no doubts. All these troubles will give us stories to tell each other later in life.
  • Oh, do you think we’ll ever meet again?
  • Farewell! I won’t miss any chance to send my love to you.
  • Well, girl, you’re weeping not for his death as much as for the fact that the villain who killed him is still alive.
  • What villain, madam?
  • That villain, Romeo.
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