This is the first time Romeo & Juliet see each other at the Capulet ball. Each has no idea who the other really is. YouTube
Profane: Relating or devoted to that which is not sacred or biblical; secular rather than religious.
Romeo feels he is not worthy of Juliet's love
Romeo begins to elevate their love to a religious level when metaphorically describes his lips as being on a religious pilgrimage.
At first, Juliet seems resistant to Romeo's advances, but she plays along with the religious and saintly imagery.
Romeo is a teenage boy, he just wants to get his kiss.
To Romeo, he is a religious pilgrim and Juliet is a saint in his "religion of love"
It's almost as if Romeo's prayers have been answered
These lines form a sonnet that ends with their first kiss. Their first conversation forms a beautiful poem. I think this is Shakespeare's way of reenforcing the idea that their love is "star-crossed." The sonnet shows us that this is their destiny.
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Its almost as if Romeo believes that Juliet's kiss can "re-bapstise" him and clean him of all o this sins
"If you pray with your hands, why not pray with your lips.....on my lips!"
Juliet can already sense that Romeo, while being polite, is trying to woo her.
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