I'll water these flowers every night with sweet water
I'll kill you
you will be arrested
I need to hide
Act 5 scene 3
o true apothecary! thy drugs are quick thus with a kiss i die.
Juliet is in the tomb and is taking a long nap. Paris then goes in to visit her. he uses a hyperbole to describe that he will water the flowers everyday with sweet water. he said he would also cry when he would go and see her.
Bye! i have nothing to do with this.
Romeo comes to see Juliet. Paris hides from him and he sees that it is Romeo. Paris threatens to arrest Romeo. Romeo then kills Paris
no, there rust, and let me die
Rome thinks juliet is dead. He talks about his feelings with Mercution, Paris, and Tybalt dead. Romeo then drinks the poison and he dies.
o me! this sight of death is as a bell.
o wife, look how our daughter bleeds.
Friar Laurence arrives and Juliet wakes up from her long nap that she has taken. she asks what happened and he explains. Romeo hadn't gotten the letter and killed himself with a poison. he leaves and bye.
Juliet can't take the pain. her husband has died. so Juliet kills herself by stabbing herself. She kills herself for the love of her life to be with him.
Capulet and Lady Capulet arrive at the scene. when they arrive they are shocked. Lady C uses a simile of the sight of death is as a bell. the bell has rung. this warns her that she's old and shall die soon.