The first time we see the water as a symbol is when we see Romeo at the Capulet's party, Mercutio gave him a drug and Romeo doesn’t have the right mindset. He goes to the bathroom, goes to the sink, and dunks his …show more content…
Romeo sneaks into the Capulet's house and waits under the balcony. When Romeo was in love with Rosaline and broke up, he went to the beach, where water was. Juliet was drawn to the pool when she thinks of Romeo. She thinks that they can’t be together because their families are rivals. She is drawn into the water, and then she sees Romeo. They fall into the water, and it makes all those bad facts fade away and clear everything else. Juliet says “My bounty is as boundless as the sea, My love as deep; the more I give to thee, The more I have, for both are infinite.”She is telling Romeo how much she loves him. Romeo says “O, speak again, bright angel, for thou art As glorious to this night, being o'er my head,
As is a winged messenger of heaven.” He is telling her how beautiful she is and that he wouldn’t want to loose her. They tell each other how much they love each other. This is another great way Shakespeare used water to symbolize love, clarity, and truth.
Water is a very important symbol in Romeo and Juliet. It clears away all the bad thought, memories, and facts about each family. It shows the good in each other, clears the families rivalry, and is the way Romeo and Juliet connect. A lot of the scenes used water. Every Time they came into contact with water, it cleared all bad things, and Romeo and Juliet could truly see the good in each other, and express the love between each of