In the middle of a wood at sunrise, Demetrius professes his love for Helena after he had previously loved Hermia. Theseus and his hunting party (including Helena’s father, Egeus) have encountered the lovers in the forest after a night of confusion fueled by Oberon and Puck. Theseus and Egeus demand to know why the young people are so far away from the city at such an early hour. Demetrius explains his intention for following Helena, Lysander, and Hermia into the forest, and he admits that his love for Hermia has vanished. His love for Helena has returned, and he will honor this love for the rest of their lives.
Heart Oh my heart you are in pain again how many times I told you not to be hurt again but you never listen as if you have your own mind, what am I going to do now even the Gods’ refuse to help you how many times it has been so far my friends won’t open their doors to us anymore so best to head on to the mountains there we lay in peace. The wolves will keep us away fropm trouble they will keep us warm and they are hungry if we are still in pain I will ytreat them to a dinnert, now let us go