FRIAR LAWRENCE: Young man, something must be wrong if you're out of bed this early. All old men are full of worries, and worried men never get any sleep. But young men shouldn't have a care in the world. Their unstuffed brains should lie in golden sleep all night.
Therefore, the fact that you're awake this early tells me you're roused by some anxiety.
If that's not it, then this must be: You, Romeo, have not been to bed tonight.
ROMEO: Your last guess is right. I enjoyed a sweeter rest than sleep.
FRIAR LAWRENCE: God forgive you if you've sinned! Were you with Rosaline?
ROMEO: Rosaline, father? No, I have forgotten that name and all the sadness it brought me.
FRIAR LAWRENCE: That's good, my boy, but where have you been?
ROMEO: I have been feasting with my enemy. Suddenly, someone wounded me with love and was wounded with love by me. You have the sacred power to heal both of us. I carry no hatred, holy man, because my request will benefit my enemy.