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Romeo and Juliet
QUOTATION: Come, civil night,
Civil means mannerly, observing propriety; Juliet is now married, and anxiously awaiting nightfall and the coming of Romeo.
QUOTATION: Is there no pity sitting in the clouds,
To her mother, making grief for her cousin Tybalts death a reason for delaying the proposed marriage with Paris.
QUOTATION: Loves heralds should be thoughts,
Anxiously expecting her nurse to return with news of Romeo.
QUOTATION: Though news be sad, yet tell them merrily;
To her nurse, who is weary rather than sad; Juliet is anxious for news of Romeo.
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