Romeo and Juliet Quotes

What drawn and talk of peace! I hate the word. As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee. Tybalt to BenvolioT provokes Benvolio and entices him to fight
For my mind misgives Some consequence, yet hanging in the stars.Shall bitterly begin his fearful dateWith this night’s revels, and expire the termOf a despised life closed in my breastBy some vile forfeit of untimely death Romeo to Benvolioforeshadowingfate
You will set a cock-a-hoop You’ll be the man! Capulet to Tybaltyou will be cocky reek havoc and be a big shot
Oh, dear account! My life is my foe’s debt Romeo to Nurse and Benvolio
parting is such a sweet sorrow Juliet to Romeoshe is sad to say goodbye
I have forgot that name and that name’s woe Romeo to Friar Laurencehe has forgotten about Rosaline
Alas poor Romeo he is already deadStabbed with a white wench’s black eye, shot right through the ear with a love song, the very pin of his heart cleft with the blind bow boy’s butt shaft Mercutio to BenvolioRomeo has been murdered by his love for Juliet/ cupids arrow
these violent delights have violent endsand in their triumph die, like fire and poweredwhich as they kiss consume Friar Laurence to Romeoforeshadowing
I do protest I never injured theeBut love thee better than thou canst devisetill thou shalt know the reason of my love Romeo to Tybalt Romeo loves Tybalt because they are now kinsmen
Oh, fortunes fool I am Romeo to himself/benvoliohow much of fate can we control?
a plague o’ both your houses Mercutio to romeo and tybaltforeshadowing
ah welladay! he’s dead he dead he s deadwe are undone lady we are undonealack the day! He’s gone, he’s killed, he’s killed, he’s dead Nurse to Juliet miscommunication the nurse is talking about tybalt but juliet thinks its romeo
wash they his wounds with tears. mine shall be spent, when theirs are dry, for Romeo’s banishment juliet to nursewhile others weep for tybalt she will weep for romeo
afflication is enamored of thy partsand thou art wedded to calamity friar laurence to romeoromeo and disaster go togethermisery is attracted to romeos happiness
they wild acts denote the unreasonable fury of a beastI thought thy disposition better tempered Friar laurence to romeo his impulsive decisions shock the friar
romeo is coming Friar laurence to romeo and nurseFriar tells romeo to go see juliet before he leaves for his banishment
night’s candles are burnt out, and jocund day stands tiptoe on the misty mountaintops I must be gone and live or stay and die Romeo to julietthe dawn has come and he must leave or the prince will kill him
methinks I see thee. now thou art below as one dead in the bottom of tomb juliet to romeoforeshadwoing
some grief shows much of love but grief shows still some of wit Lady Capulet to julietLC mistakes juliets crying over romeo to be about her love for tybalt
graze where you will, you shall not house with me capulet to julietif she doesn’t marry paris she will move out and go where ever she wants just not the capulets house
delay this marriage for a week a month or if you do not make the bridal bed in that dim monument where tybalt dies juliet to LC and Capuletif they don’t delay the marriage a little juliet will commit suicide
my dismal scene i needs must act alone come vial juliet to herselfshe drinks the potion and prepares herself for the worst to come
death is my son in law, death is my heir romeo to himselfromeo comes to terms with the fact that he is about to kill himself
i dreamed my lady came and found me dead romeo to himselfhe had a dream that he killed himself over juliets bodyforeshadowing
well juliet I will lie with thee tonight romeo to himselfhe prepares to kill himself and die with juliet
good gentle youth, tempt not a desperate man fly hence and leave me romeo to parishe asks paris to fight him because he doesn’t want anything more on his conscience before he kills himself
how oft when men are at the point of death have they been merry, which their keepers call a lighting before death romeo to himselfhow often are men happy in the moment right before they die

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