Romeo and Juliet

Juliet speaks about the uselessness of writing in flowery words to describe her true love, while Romeo wants to proclaim his love to the world. Which approach do you agree with? Why?

Act 2 Scene 6

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Both these two needed to calm down a bit. Juliet can't find the words to proclaim her love but at least she is not running through the streets screaming Romeo's name or jumping on a couch like Tom Cruise did on Oprah (proclaiming his love for his now ex. Katie). So I'd go with Juliet not able to speak than Romeo loudly proclaiming his love at 2:00am.