Love as Religious Worship
Call me but love and I'll be new baptized" (2.2.4). -Romeo says to Juliet as a way to suggest that Juliet's love has the potential to make him "reborn."
When the pair first meets, Romeo calls Juliet a "saint" and implies that he'd really like to "worship" her body (1.5.2).
Not only that, but Romeo's "hand" would be "blessed" if it touched the divine Juliet's (1.5.1). Eventually, Juliet picks up on this "religion of love" and declares that Romeo is "the god of her idolatry" (2.2.12).
Conclusion; Romeo is making love into a religious type of worship of worship with Juliet.
i believe it is "“i’ll beat thee, but i would infect my hands.”
give an example of "allegory" in romeo and juliet and explain why....