But he that hath the steerage over my course Direct my sail." He's basically saying to his friends that he had a dream, which leads him to believe that he will die young because of something in the stars, something that will happen.He ends with "..that hath steerage over my course..." which implies that he does not have control over his life if he looks to another power above himself to direct him. Conclusion Fate causes Count Paris to become interested in Juliet just at the time of her marriage to Romeo.
If she had awakened a little earlier, the tragedy would not have happened.
This is a tragedy of fate rather than of character or action ..more.
Another source of omen in the play is the presaging of dreams.
Romeo has a dream, " I dreamt my lady came and found me dead." The servants of the two houses carry the feud to the street and fight.
The structure of the play itself rests upon the fate from which the two lovers cannot escape.
The play opens with a brawl which erupts between servants of the Montague and Capulet families.
In other words, the Chorus states that Romeo and Juliet are governed by fate, a force often linked to the movements of the stars.
Fate manifests itself in all the events surrounding the young lovers: the ancient and inexplicable feud between their families, the catastrophic series of mishaps which ruin Friar Lawrence's plans, and the tragic timing of Romeo's suicide and Juliet's awakening.
They believed in the stars, and that their actions weren't always their own.
Romeo, for example, 1.4.107-113 says, "Some consequence yet hanging in the stars..some vile forfeit of untimely death.