Now old desire dies, and a fresh affection is eager to take its place.
Rosaline, the fair woman Romeo groaned for—whom he said he would die for—has been compared to Juliet and seems fair no longer.
Now Romeo is loved, and he loves again. Romeo and Juliet have been bewitched by each other's good looks.
But Romeo must woo his enemy, and Juliet has been hooked by someone she should fear.
As the Capulets' foe, Romeo cannot reach Juliet to whisper his lover's vows, and Juliet, though just as much in love, has even less opportunity to meet her new beloved. But passion lends them power, and time gives them a chance to meet...
...Sweetening the extreme danger with extreme pleasure.