Reflective Letter To Macbeth

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To my beloved Macbeth, I can barely write as these unrighteous tears cloud my eyes and blur my vision. How arrogant I was to say that ‘a little water will clear us of this deed’? These same words haunt me, every single minute of my wake. Endless screams in my head paralyze my sleep and torture my wake. I can no longer live for this fear of the truth being shared. Ever since I received that fateful letter from you about your prophecy, I began plotting about how we could speed our path to power. I should have let fate take its course instead of trying to take action into my own foolish hands. If I had done that then maybe the smell of Duncan 's blood would disappear and perhaps I would not be writing my last words this evening. The memories…show more content…
I want you to know I feel nothing but admiration for you which is why I feel even more remorseful for everything I caused. Ashamed for my actions I have been wandering the castle-half asleep and half awake. I have been thinking of what to tell you and even more so how to tell you. I know that the doctor has come to you on the battlefield informing you of my condition but I need you to know that I am permanently damaged and can never be cured. Similar to the gruesome battles you fight on the field, there has been a constant worrying in my mind about our past,present and…show more content…
However, my yearning for power and supremacy only fuelled the evil thoughts. I have not able to control the evil thoughts in the way I have always been able to control the rest of my emotions. I have always tried to be rational and judicious but the evil, being fed by the horrors we committed, has taken over the good in me. In this letter, I am withholding my darker side as I believe that you deserve at least that from me. I also feel that it might have taken over some of your soul as well and am truly apologetic for being the catalyst in your
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