JULIET: How did you get in here? Why did you come? The orchard walls are high, and this place is death if my kinsmen find you.
ROMEO: I flew over the walls on the light wings of love. Stone walls can't keep me out; therefore, your kinsmen are no obstacle.
JULIET: If they see you, they'll kill you.
ROMEO: One angry look from you would be worse than twenty of their swords. Just look at me kindly, and I'm invincible against their hate.
JULIET: I'd give anything to keep them from seeing you here.
ROMEO: The cloak of night will hide me.
And if you don't love me, let them find me. I'd rather they killed me than have to live without your love.
JULIET: Who told you how to get here below my window?
ROMEO: Love showed me; the same thing that first drove me to look for you.
I'm no sailor, but if you were the farthest sea, I'd risk everything to gain you.