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Romeo wakes up happy with a dream that he died but his love Juliet revived him with a kiss
Strange dream, that gives a dead man leave to think— And breathed such life with kisses in my lips That I revived and was an emperor. Ah me! How sweet is love itself possessed When but love’s shadows are so rich in joy!
Her body sleeps in the Capulet tomb, and her immortal soul lives with the angels in heaven. I saw her buried in her family’s tomb, and then I came here to tell you the news.
His servant walks in with horrible news that Juliet is dead, and he is devastated.
Do you bring me a letter from the friar? How is my wife? Is my father well? How is my Juliet?
(gives ROMEO poison) Put this in any kind of liquid you want and drink it down. Even if you were as strong as twenty men, it would kill you immediately.
Come here, man. I see that you are poor. Here are forty ducats. Let me have a shot of poison, something that works so fast that the person who takes it will die as fast as gunpowder exploding in a canon.
Romeo goes to a local apothecary and tries to get some poison to kill himself because of his devastation.
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