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My darling Macbeth

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Introduction

My darling Macbeth I'm afraid I can't be with you any more hell is murky and calling for me. I cannot live any longer. I have turned you evil against your own will. When I read your letter telling me about the battle that you had won. And how you were going to become thane of cawdor and that you will become king in the future. I was so proud and would have done anything to help you succeed. ...read more.

Middle

I would have killed Duncan if he had not resembled my father as he slept looking back I suppose I was scared and made you kill him just because I didn't want to feel this terrible guilt myself. I can't believe you didn't tell me that you were plotting to kill Banquo your best friend. At the coronation dinner you acted so foolishly. The lords wanted to know what you were talking about and I had to say I pray you speak not, he grows worse and worse, as if you usually hallucinate about the ghosts of your friends all the time. ...read more.

Conclusion

Will my hands ever be clean? They still smell of blood. I look at them now, and see red blood trickling down them, I have done this for. So I don't make you any worse than I already have. Lay it to my heart and farewell Macbeth my love. I can no longer go on. You used to need me, you used to be part of me and now I feel that you are following a different path, one a way from me. In loneliness my guilt is drowning me like oceans of blood. I cannot go on. You must try to find the light again. ...read more.

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