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Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Scene 6
Transcript of Romeo and Juliet: Act 2, Scene 6
A member of any of certain religious orders of men, especially the four mendicant orders.
Romeo and Friar Lawrence are talking about Romeo and Juliet's marriage. Romeo is expressing his love and fantasy towards Juliet to Friar Lawrence. He says "Do thou but close our hand with holy words, Then love-devouring death do what he dare." He seems really convinced about his marriage with Juliet , Friar Lawrence is warning Romeo that sudden joys suddenly end and that what might seem pretty in a moment, might end up really bad in another. Juliet than approaches Romeo and starts to fill him with lovely words and then Friar Lawrence calls them and tells them to go with him to get the work done.
"Too swift arrives as tardy as too slow."
"A lover may bestride the gossamers, That idles in the wanton summer air,
And yet not fall."
This means that when you do things
really fast without thinking about your
actions, the results can be really bad.
Romeo and Juliet are so in love that
they can float through the summer air
and not fall
"These violent delights have
violent ends and in their triumph
die, like fire and powder, which,
as they kiss, consume"
This means that you should always
be aware of what you are doing,
because you might take incorrect
"So smile the heavens upon
this holy act."
Friar Lawrence is wishing that
everybody(heaven) is happy
with this marriage.
By: Alanna,Tatiana,Brianda, Enrique and Marite.