Romeo and Juliet

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During act 2 and scene 2 what imagery comparisons does Romeo describe about Juliet. I need 3.

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    1. The images involving the plants (weeds, flowers, etc.) that Friar Lawrence muses over -- what could they be compared to?

    2. Rosaline and Juliet, in Romeo's mind?

    3. ____________________ (Now you think of one!)

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