It is humorous that Romeo replied, My life were better ended by their hate/ than death prorogued waiting if they love”(2.2.86-87). This shows that Romeo and Juliet truly love each other, which need a certain level of love. Clearly, Romeo and Juliet believe that they are in love and I agree with that. Love at first sight happens to have an unexpected relationship, even though many opponents disagree that love doesn 't exist. Once we understand that there is love at first sight, we will be careful to what we choose.
Romeo and Juliet will do anything for their love and to be together that love is stronger than hate, but another way Shakespeare shows the audience that love is stronger than hate is when they get married secretly and sleep together in the Capulet 's house knowing something could happen. Body paragraph 3 A final example that shows that love is stronger than hate is when…even though Romeo killed tybalt Juliet still begged for forgiveness for Romeo for what he did wrong she still loves Romeo even if he had killed her cousin that she loved very much . : In Act 3 scene 1 ,Romeo had just returned from marrying his beloved wife that he loves very much. (two ends with the joyful Romeo and Juliet) It is evident from this scene that love is shown to be stronger than hate because. Even though his dear Juliet was very upset about Tybalt 's death she still stayed with romeo.
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. The young lovers are willing to do anything to be with one another; even if that means they have to sacrifice their lives for each other.
She lets Romeo kiss her the very first time they encounter and decides that she loves him in that short time span. She could defend her purity and said no to Romeo’s proposal because of the time span. Even after she finds out he is a Montague, she decides to run off and get secretly married knowing it would enrage her father. She could decide that marriage is too soon as she did before Romeo. In addition to this, the nurse inquires,“Are you going to say good things about the man who killed your cousin?” (3.2.4) She determines that Romeo is not at guilty instead of listening to the nurse that took care of her for years.
This passage is significant because the theme of blind devotion further develops. Juliet's extreme love for Romeo is the sole cause for her extreme hatred of Paris. Juliet is blindly devoted to loving Romeo and not sinning, or in other words, having two husbands. She does not care that perhaps Paris may be better than Romeo, that Paris comes from the Prince's family, or that her father recommends him. She is set on her decision and disregards the consequences of evading such marriage.
Love is a relative term. For one, it may resemble a passion distinct from another. However, regardless of its true definition, a rising demographic has argued of the plausibility behind love at first sight, a heavy reliance throughout Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. Thus, it is worth noting that Romeo’s love for Juliet is in fact not true love, as he has forgotten of whom he once thought his only desire, wishes to be married a single day following his encounter, and remains far too young to understand what love truly is. To begin, Romeo and Juliet’s love for one another is not true love because it began not long following Romeo’s grief in regard of Rosaline.
In the moment, anyone would do anything that seemed right at the time. In this act, Friar Laurence marries Romeo and Juliet, hoping to fix the feud between the two families but knowing what could possibly happen. Towards the end of the act Friar expresses, “Wisely and slow. They stumble that run fast.”(2.3.94) This shows that he realizes mistakes could be made but will act upon this, wanting Romeo and Juliet to be happy. Marriage should be taken seriously for it is a big step in a relationship.
Before long, the Prince finally realizes how much it takes to have love and peace. Romeo and Juliet take their sweat, tears, fights, and even death till the end. 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
Throughout this time both show how much they love each other and what a good relationship should have: people should do anything to be together, worry about each other, and be willing to do anything for each other. People in a good romance will do whatever it takes to be together. Romeo states in his soliloquy his love for Juliet, included in this excerpt: “With love’s wings did I o’erperch these walls, for stony limits cannot hold love out, And what love can do, that dares love attempt: Therefore thy kinsmen are no stop to me” (2.2 66-69) Romeo explains how he has climbed the wall to Juliet just to be with her, not caring what her family could do to him. Although he knows he could be punished he does so anyway because of his love for her. His actions in not caring about Juliet’s kinsmen shows his priority is Juliet.
Since Juliet and Romeo are sworn enemies it is forbidden to date Romeo but Juliet thinks otherwise. Juliet has strong feelings for Romeo and pours her heart for him because she loves him dearly but yet is never going to see him. Juliet so in love with Romeo makes her think quickly when he reveals that he is in her courtyard trying to reach her. Juliet so in love and so confused makes a drastic decision to prove her love towards Romeo. “If that thy bent of love be honorable/Thy purpose marriage, send me word tomorrow”-Juliet (2.2.143-144).