Act 2 Scene 6
Romeo and Friar Lawrence wait for Juliet to arrive at the cell, the Friar warns Romeo not to let his passions run away with him. Juliet enters, and the two lovers greet each other enthusiastically. Juliet says her love is far too great to be so easily described. Friar Lawrence entreats them to follow him, so that he might perform the marriage ceremony.
Romeo and Juliet is a multi-award winning play written by William Shakespeare. It is a tragic love story where the two main characters are from rival families, the Montagues and the Capulets. Therefore, Romeo and Juliet are supposed to be sworn enemies but fall deeply in love. Due to their families’ ongoing conflict and inability to solve their differences, they cannot be together. The tragedy results in both killing themselves because they cannot cope with being separated from one another.