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Romeo and Juliet

Act III, Scene 4

A room in Capulet's house.
 
[Enter CAPULET, LADY CAPULET, and PARIS]
 
CAPULET
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      Things have / fallen out | sir so | unluck|ily,
        ,    2        ,         ,         ,          ,
      That we have | had no | time to | move our | daughter:
        ,              ,          ,        ,        ,      2->
      Look you,| she loved | her kin|sman Ty|balt dear||ly,
           ,       ,     ,               ,        ,
      And so | did I.| Well, we | were born | to die.
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5     'Tis ver|y late,| she'll not | come down | tonight:
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      I pro|mise you,| but for | your com|pany,
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      I would | have been | abed | an hour | ago.
 
PARIS
              ,         ,        ,         ,        ,
      These^times | of woe | afford | no time | to woo.
       ,   2         ,          ,        ,          ,
      Madam good | night: com|mend me | to your | daughter.
 
LADY CAPULET
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10    I will,| and know | her mind | early to|morrow;
          ,                ,    ,     2     ,      ,
      Tonight,| she is / mewed up | to her hea|viness.
 
CAPULET
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      Sir Pa|ris, I | will make | a des|perate ten||der
        2        ,      ,        ,           ,         ,
      Of my / child's love:| I think | she will | be ruled
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      In all respects | by me;| nay more,| I doubt | it not.
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15    Wife, go*| you to | her ere | you go | to bed;
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      Acquaint | her here | of my / son Pa|ris' love;
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      And bid | her, mark | you me,| on Wed|nesday next,
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      But soft,| what day | is this?
 
PARIS
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                                     Monday | my lord.
 
CAPULET
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20    Monday,| ha ha:| Well Wed|nesday is / too soon,
           ,        ,        ,        ,         ,        ->
      On Thurs|day let | it be:| on Thurs|day tell || her,
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      She | shall be mar|ried to | this no|ble earl.
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      Will you | be rea|dy? Do | you like | this haste?
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      We'll keep | no great | ado,| a friend | or two;
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25    For hark | you, Ty|balt be|ing slain | so late,
          ,          ,           ,          ,       ,
      It may | be thought | we held | him care|lessly,
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      Being | our kin|sman, if | we re|vel much:
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      Therefore | we'll have | some half | a do|zen friends,
            ,         ,          ,         ,         ,        2->
      And there | an end.| But what | say you | to Thur||sday?
 
PARIS
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30    My lord,| I would | that Thurs|day were | tomor||row.
 
CAPULET
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      Well get | you gone:| on Thurs|day, be | it then.
       ,           ,    ,      2     ,       ,
      Go you | to Ju|liet | ere you go | to bed,
           ,          ,        ,           ,        ,
      Prepare | her wife,| against | this wed|ding-day.
            ,         ,      ,             ,       ,
      Farewell | my lord.| Light to | my cham|ber ho.
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35    Afore | me, it is | so ve|ry late,
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        That we || may call | it ear|ly by | and by.
      <-       ,
        Good night.
 
[Exeunt]

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