Romeo describes Juliet as being capable of teaching the torches to burn bright.The brightness she spreads around is described in the lines, "it seems she hangs upon the cheek of night as a rich jewel in an Ethiope's ear"
Romeo is enchanted by her divine beauty. He says that her beauty is profuse and adorable. It is not common among the earthly beings. Her exceptional beauty is heavenly. He then describes her as a dove , which is often regarded as symbol of love and beauty , that's moving among the crows.
The other women on the dance floor are described as crows. Romeo decides to watch the place of her stand and after the dance he wishes to touch Juliet's hand and make his rude hand blessed.He swears in the name of sight that he has never seen true beauty till that night.