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Scene II. Cameron's Garden.

(Enter Romeo.)

Romeo.
He's joking about scars that have never been hurt.
(Juliet appears over a window.)
But OK! what light through this window is breaking?
It's east and Juliette is the sun!
Get up, beautiful sun, and kill the envious moon,
Who is already sick and pale with sorrow,
That you are the art of the maid much more just than she:
Do not be his servant, for she is envious;
His vestal livale is sick and green,
And no one but fools wears it. Jeter.
It's my lady; O it's my love!
O she knew she was!

She speaks, but she says nothing: what about?
His eyes speak, I'll answer them.
I am too daring, it is not to me that she speaks:
Two of the most lovely stars in the sky,
Have business, ask him eyes
Twinkle in their spheres until they return.
And if his eyes were there, they in his head?
The brilliance of his cheek would be ashamed of these stars,
As daylight makes a lamp; his eyes to heaven
Would be crossing the air flow so bright
Let the birds sing and think it was not night.
See how she presses her cheek on her hand!
O I was a glove on this hand,
That I can touch that cheek!


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Juliette
Ah!

Romeo.
She speaks:
O is still speaking, brilliant angel! for you art
As glorious as this night, being my head,
As is a winged messenger of the sky
In the eyes that turn around
Mortals who fall back on him
When he walks through the clouds lazypacing
And sails on the breast of the air.

Juliette
O Romeo, Romeo! Why are you Romeo?
Deny your father and refuse your name;
Or, if you do not want it, but swear my love,
And I will not be a Cameron anymore.

Romeo.
(Except.) Do I have to hear more, or do I have to talk about it?

Juliette
It's your name that's my enemy;
You are yourself, but not a Morrow.
What is morrow It's neither the hand nor the foot,
No arms, no face, no other part
Belong to a man. O, another name!
What's in a name? what we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;
So Romeo would do it, was not he called Romeo,
Remember this dear perfection that he must
Without this title: Romeo, release your name;
And for that name, which is not part of you,
Take everything myself.

Romeo.
I take you on your word:
Call me but love, and I will be new Juliette
Ah!

Romeo.
She speaks:
O is still speaking, brilliant angel! for you art
As glorious as this night, being my head,
As is a winged messenger of the sky
In the eyes that turn around
Mortals who fall back on him
When he walks through the clouds lazypacing
And sails on the breast of the air.

Juliette
O Romeo, Romeo! why are you Romeo?
Deny your father and refuse your name;
Or, if you do not want it, but swear my love,
And I will not be a Cameron anymore.

Romeo.
(Except.) Do I have to hear more, or do I have to talk about it?

Juliette
It's your name that's my enemy;
You are yourself, but not a Morrow.
What is morrow It's neither the hand nor the foot,
No arms, no face, no other part
Belong to a man. O, another name!
What's in a name? what we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;
So Romeo would do it, was not he called Romeo,
Remember this dear perfection that he must
Without this title: Romeo, release your name;
And for that name, which is not part of you,
Take everything myself.

Romeo.
I take you on your word:
Call me other than love, and I will be new christened;
From now on I will never be Romeo.

Juliette
Which man are you the one who has been shown during the night?
So, stumble on my advice?

Romeo.
By name
I do not know how to tell you who I am:
My name, dear saint, hates me,
Because it's an enemy for you.
If I had written it, I would rip the word.

Juliette
My ears have not drunk a hundred words
Of the expression of this language, yet I know the sound;
Are not you Romeo and Morrow?;
From now on I will never be Romeo.

Juliette
Which man are you the one who has been shown during the night?
So, stumble on my advice?

Romeo.
By name
I do not know how to tell you who I am:
My name, dear saint, hates me,
Because it's an enemy for you.
If I had written it, I would rip the word.

Juliette
My ears have not drunk a hundred words
Of the expression of this language, yet I know the sound;
Are not you Romeo and Morrow?

 

 
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Romeo.
Neither, if you love each other.

Juliette
How did you get here, tell me, and what brought you here?
The walls of the orchard are high and difficult to climb;
And the dead place, considering who you are,
If one of my parents finds you here.

Romeo.
With the light wings of love, have I pierced these walls?
For the stony limits can not restrain love:
And what can love do, he dares the attempt of love;
That's why your parents are not allowed to me.

Juliette
If they see you, they will kill you.

Romeo.
Alack, there are more dangers in your eye
More than twenty of their swords: look, but hey,
And I am a proof against their enmity.

Juliette
I would not want the world to see you here.

Romeo.
I have the mantle of the night to hide from their sight;
And, but you love me, they find me here.
My life was better ended by their hate
This prorogued death, miss your love.

Juliette
By whom did you find this place?

Romeo.
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He gave me advice and I gave him some eyes.
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I would like adventure for such products.

 


 
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