Juliet is talking to herself on her "balcony" about her choice in men. "Why do you have to be Romeo?" She confesses her love for him
Romeo is there listening to her, in hiding, he soon comes out and calls upon her love.
They talk for a while, and decide if Romeo truly loves her, they will send messengers to each other the next day to arrange their marriage.
Act II Scene II
Oh Romeo, Romeo, why do you have to be Romeo? Forget about your father and change your name.
I trust your words. Just call me your love, and I will take a new name. From now on I will never be Romeo again.
I haven't heard you say a hundred words yet, but I recognize the sound of your voice. Aren't you Romeo? Aren't you a Montague?
I am neither of those things if you dislike them.
I pledged my love to you before you asked me to. Yet I wish I could take that promise back, so I had it to give again.
Oh, blessed, blessed night! Because its dark out, I'm afraid all this is just a dream, too sweet to be real.