One example of haste in Romeo and Juliet is the marriage of the both. At the beginning of the play Romeo was in love with another woman, and in under 5 days he married another woman and even died for her. However, Friar Laurence had warned him that he was not being wise of his actions and was taking everything in at an extremely fast rate. But the young man didn’t listen to the wise man, and he ended up ending his life due to the fact that he thought the “love of his life” was now dead. If the two had just waited a little while longer and maybe consulted to their parents about the matter, then they could potentially be still alive. Even the Nurse, Juliet’s caregiver, someone who knows her better than anyone, told Juliet she should marry Romeo as soon as she possibly can.