Romeo and Juliet – Act 5

“How sweet is love…. itself possessed”
“I defy…. you stars!”
“Well Juliet…. I will lie with thee tonight”
“Come cordial and not poison go with me…. to Juliet’s grave, for there I must use thee”
“Unhappy…. fortune”
“”More fierce than…. empty tigers”
“I will tear thee joint by joint…. and strew this hungry churchyard with thy limbs”
“Good gentle youth…. do not tempt a desperate man”
“If thou be merciful…. lay me with Juliet”
“Poison I see…. hath been his timeless end”
“O happy dagger…. let me die”
“See what a scourge is laid upon your hate…. that heaven finds means to kill your joys with love”
“Poor sacrifices of…. our enmity”
“I will raise her statue…. in pure gold”

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