Firstly, Juliet’s soliloquy about Romeo and the obstacles in their relationship clearly demonstrates her love for him. This intense and romantically centered soliloquy that Juliet exclaims on her balcony shows a mixture of feelings including worrisome indecision, as well as passionate love. Romeo is the principal subject, and this shows us that Juliet most probably already harbors deep feelings for him. The second time she speaks, Juliet says “Oh Romeo, Romeo! Wherefore art thou Romeo?”
His sudden change of love and the fact that they share a kiss without knowing the other’s name shows the speed of love. Their fast paced love indicates that Romeo and Juliet are very impulsive and immature, and are not ready to take on adulthood. In the beginning of the act, Juliet seems like an innocent, obedient girl. But further into the act, Juliet shows signs of persistence. Even in her agreement with her mother’s suggestion to marry Paris, there is passive rebellion.
More evidence that Romeo and Juliet in love. After the party, Romeo meets Juliet at the balcony. When Juliet says she loves Romeo, she meant she truly loves him. Even though Romeo is a Montague, she admits that she is willing to marry him regardless of their unfortunate situation. However, she wouldn 't love Romeo as long if he loves her, and wish that he wouldn 't be a Montague.
For I ne 'er saw true beauty till this night" (1- 5). This line describes how Romeo feels when he sees Juliet for the first time, romeo describes how he has fallen in love with Juliet because sof how beautiful Juliet is. This line is a perfect example of romantic love because Romeo is feelin an overload of emotions. Another example would be when Romeo is banished from Verona and says that being banished from Verona is worse than death. Romeo says this because his love for Juliet has caused him into believing that he rather die then not being able to see Juliet.
In Act 2, Scene 3 of Shakespeare 's most famous play to date, Romeo is revealing his love for Juliet to Friar Lawrence, a holy man who is well known and respected. The Friar said to Romeo, “Go wisely and slowly. Those who rush stumble and fall.” After seeing how madly in love Romeo is with Juliet, the Friar agrees to secretly marry the two lovers in hopes that their matrimony will turn their families’ hatred into love. However, the Friar still thinks that Romeo is rushing into love with Juliet.
Not to mention, readers may question if Romeo and Juliet have an option to avoid this, but because of free will they have, the path they take leads them to an unsuspecting occurrence. Furthermore, before the marriage, Friar Lawrence clearly advises Romeo that it is dangerous to fall in love so quickly, but Romeo is so eager to just have
Mark Overby says, “Love is much like a wild rose, beautiful and calm, but willing to draw blood in its defense.” Love, a magnificent and wonderful emotion, not only includes admiration, but requires sacrifice. William Shakespeare’s play, Romeo and Juliet, revolves around the children of two rival families, the Montagues and the Capulets. This feud even has the citizens of the town, Verona, involved in this ancient rivalry. The children, Romeo Montague and Juliet Capulet, fall deeply into a love that is forbidden.
Friar Laurence believes that Romeo and Juliet should go, “Go wisely and slow,” he then says that if you go to fast bad thing will happen so he said this, “They stumble that run fast (2.3.94).” Romeo gets this advice while he tries to get Friar Laurence to marry them so he tells them to take it slow and steady. How might they not listen to this advice? They need to learn this lesson because they fall in love without actually knowing each other or even thinking about the consequences. They don't ask who they are they just fall in love.
As Romeo confesses, “ROMEO: Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight! For I ne’er saw true beauty till this night.” (Romeo and Juliet,1.5.50-51).
The book states, “ ...bring thee cords made like a tackled stair, which to the high topgallant of my joy must be my convoy in the secret night,” (222). Romeo did state before that he wanted to take Rosaline’s maidenhead but she declined; now, he has Juliet to do that with. It seems that way because he says it is the highest point of his joy. Then, in the article it says, “Romeo expresses to Friar Lawrence, that unlike Rosaline, Juliet returns his love, that being one of the reasons he loves her,” (Urena).
In Romeo and Juliet, young love is portrayed as superficial. This superficial love is proved when Romeo is depressed about Rosaline only to fall in love with Juliet as soon as he sees her. Romeo bases his love off of looks instead of personality. As soon as Romeo sees Juliet he says that she is a “snowy dove trooping with crows,” one of which was his recent love, Rosaline. Friar Lawrence sees this character flaw in Romeo and explains their problematic love in the quote “Young men’s love lies not truly in their hearts, but in their eyes.”
Shakespeare uses metaphors and similes to express Juliet's anxiety and excitement towards spending her first night with Romeo as a married couple. Juliet's anxiety is apparent when she states,”if love be blind, it best agrees with night”(3.2.9-10). What Juliet is saying is that if love can’t see, then a time when it's dark and seeing is not required would be optimal for it. This optimizes her anxious feelings about spending a night with Romeo because it shows she is unsure of how it will be. Juliet is very anxious for Romeo because she is unsure of what to expect.
In the play “Romeo and Juliet” by Shakespeare, the writer uses Romeo and Juliet’s decision on secretly getting married to prove how teenagers without a fully developed brain can have different thinking than an adult’s thinking which can led to certain decisions being made. Romeo and Juliet are young teenagers who are feeling infatuation towards each other but mistaken the feeling for love, Romeo said “The exchange of thy love’s faithful vow for mine.” (Act 2, Scene 2). Romeo requested Juliet to say her vow which means he is proposing to her, even though they have just met each other and their families are hateful toward each other, many things can go wrong but Romeo and Juliet fail to realize the problems that can come up after the marriage.
In The Most Excellent and Lamentable Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, Shakespeare suggests that people in love, such as Romeo, should not make rash decisions. Romeo’s major tragic flaw is his rashness toward certain aspects of life such as love and does not think of any consequences, because he shifts his attention from Rosaline to Juliet. His rashness blinds him from the truth and often cloud a person’s judgement, if he slowed down just for a minute and think about what can happen if he does this, he could have lived a longer life and furthermore, his rashness is ultimately the cause of his death, and other people’s death. If only he stopped and consider about the consequences like when he killed Paris or before he drank
One can find it difficult to control their own feelings towards others due to immaturity. Romeo’s lack of maturity in being able to control his feelings is inconsistent which results in the events of the tragedy of himself and Juliet’s life. His approach to ladies was based on appearance. In the story, Romeo states “Did my heart love till now? Forswear it, sight!