I chose Romeo’s line in Act V, Scene 3, Lines 111-120 of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.  I chose this dialogue because it was part of a very powerful moment in the play when Romeo dies with the presumed to be dead Juliet.  This dialogue has a very serious tone due to the graveness of Romeo’s actions, and them being his last words spoken.  Romeo is extremely saddened and confused when he delivers these lines, because he believes Juliet is really dead when he sees her.  I took a shot at recording the lines in the attached audio recording below.

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