Juliet; Character connection
People should have an open, honest conversation with people
Act 2: scene 2
Previous to act 2, the Capulet household held a party where Romeo and Juliet meet face to face for the first the time. They have an immediate connection in which is later carried through the night. Before bed later that night Juliet speaks her mind on the balcony outside her room, little does she know that Romeo is hiding in the yard listening to every word she is saying. Without Juliet knowing Romeo is there, Romeo speaks his mind saying; "'The brightness of her cheek would shame those stars. as daylight doth a lamp. Here eye in heaven would, thorough the airy region so bright that birds would sing and think it were not night."' (2:2 20-24) Romeo is speaking to Juliet even though she can not hear him. Romeo is speaking because he now is over Rosaline, and wants to marry Juliet. This reveals about the theme that Romeo and Juliet are not talking to each other, yet about their feelings. This proves that people need to hold any open conversation with people.