Hamlet The first two lines of the quotation are from Act 1 scene II lines 129 and 130. It is the first Hamlets soliloquy. Hamlet is having a monologue where he is disturbed about his mothers fast change. He feels suicidal when he says that that flesh would melt like dew indicative of how he feels about how his life would end. The last three lines of the quotation are from Act 1 Scene II lines 146 to 148. Hamlet ponders on the fact that it has only been a month since his father died but her mother is now married which is too soon.