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'Translate the following passages from archaic language used in the play Romeo and Juliet to more modern, but still poetic and meaningful language.'

I need help with this passage:

Lines 85-87/Romeo:
"I pray thee childe me not. Her I love now
Doth grace for grace and love for love allow.
The other did not so."

Please help; thanks
-MC

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