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This is when Romeo first sees Juliet at the Capulet party. He instantly falls in love with her. He says that she is so beautiful and radiant that she could teach the torches (fire) how to be even more radiant and bright. He goes on personify Juliet as a jewel on the night's cheek. He compares this to a Jewl in the ear of an African queen.