From forth the loins of the enemies
A set of star-cross'd enthusiasts place their existence
Whose misadventur'd piteous overthrows,
Doth using their dying bury their parents' strife. (Opening Prologue)
In the play's opening prologue we are able to garner the occasions from the play the bottom line is. The ill-fated union of Romeo and Juliet can lead to their (yet others) deaths, however with this can come an finish towards the ancient feud between your Montagues and Capulets.
My only love sprung from my only hate!
Too soon seen unknown, and known past too far!
Enormous birth of affection it's in my experience,
Which I must love a loathed enemy (I, v)
Juliet talks together with her nurse after meeting Romeo following Act I. She remarks that they fell deeply in love with Romeo immediately, and just later discovered that he's a Montague ("known past too farInch). This quote highlights the center from the theme within the play: the "star-entered" enthusiasts.
Produce my Romeo and, as he shall die,
Take him and cut him in little stars,
And that he can make the face area of paradise so fine
That the planet is going to be deeply in love with evening (III, ii)
After their initial meeting, the lyrical and imaginitive quality of Romeo and Juliet's love reaches sublime levels. Juliet talks to herself here while awaiting Romeo, her imagination the stuff of "paradise" and "stars".
O serpent heart, hid having a flowering face!
Did ever dragon keep so fair a cave?