The murdering of Tybalt, out of what Romeo thought was justice for Mercutio, caused Romeo to be exiled. If he had waited for the law to bring justice, he wouldn’t have been exiled. His exile caused many more problems for him and Juliet, which ultimately led to their deaths. If he hadn’t been exiled, then Juliet and Romeo would probably still be alive. A major example of Romeo acting hastily is when he decided to kill himself next to Juliet’s seemingly dead body. Romeo decides to poison himself a couple minutes before Juliet woke up. If Romeo had just waited a couple more minutes before killing himself, he and Juliet could’ve been together alive.
Romeo has made many decision throughout the play that has had major consequences. If Romeo had thought more rationally before deciding to marry Juliet, to kill Tybalt, and to commit suicide, then he could still be alive. Romeo’s tragic flaw was acting hastily, which led to, not only his death, but many other