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My lord Lady Macbeth
My lord will not reach his ambitions now.
His kindness is preventing him from it.
The mission’s actâ€”his spirit won’t allow!
That kind of ruthlessnessâ€”he won’t permit!
I’m so afraid my lord will quit his goal.
So shameful that it’s not his nature’s way,
But maybe I can play an active role.
Without a captured goal, he won’t be gay.
Perhaps I can persuade him with my words
To think about his future, nothing more.
In order to rid of the king that stirs,
Ambition must exceed his too-kind core.
I’ll be the brutal manâ€”yes me, not him;
If for my lord, the options are not slim.
Seconds thoughts Macbeth
I feel the king’s too good a man to kill,
A humble man whose honored me with names.
I do not feel I have the right or will,
Besides desire for the crown and fame.
A trusted king of Scotland, Duncan is,
And he believes my loyalty is firm.
No pity would be mine, but only his!
No loyalty in this act I’d confirm!
I do already what a man should do;
Although, my lady pushes me ahead.
But with this type of act, I shant go through.
I’ll tell my love that no blood shall be shed.
Although my goal is to be the new king,
I feel that killing Duncan’s the wrong thing.
I need to lay peace Macbeth
I have been going through unhappy times.
I truly went through hell to be the king.
I can’t believe that bloody actâ€”the crimesâ€”
Was not the end, but here I am, the king!
The fateful witches said that Banquo’s sons
Are future kings, which makes my mouth turn down.
How is it possible to have some fun?
I have a barren wife, a fruitless crown!
I killed the kingâ€”a gash in my well being,
And not a son of mine shall see the throne!
I go a path with much of that red thingâ€”
Much murder to make sure that fate has flown.
Let fate come battle with Macbeth the king,
If I win, only fate shall feel the sting.
I must lie Lady Macbeth
I must lie to my lord; I have no choice.
There’s nothing I can doâ€”what’s done is done.
Unfortunately, we cannot rejoice,
But I can’t say the truth, for I’m the one.
I made my lord’s ambition truly real.
I did not know the outcome would be so,
But now I feel that there’s no way to heal
From the act. I feel we’ve sunk so low.
I’d rather be the king that we have killedâ€”
An unsatisfied killer is much worse!
We can’t enjoy our titlesâ€”blood is spilled,
But with my lord I won’t complain or curse.
I feel it sad that we have been through hell,
But cannot live like everything is swell.
To guarantee my fate Macbeth
To guarantee my fate I feel that I
Must kill threats to the title I have earned.
So to the Thane of Fife I’ll say goodbye.
To stab men is the answer; I have learned.
To guarantee my fate I feel I must
Make sure I do things at propitious times.
I cannot hesitate, in this I trust.
Macbeth must be as sturdy as steel dimes.
Unlike before, I shant have any sights!
For now I know I have a righteous causeâ€”
To make sure that it’s fate who has less rights.
It is Macbeth who truly makes the laws.
I’ll kill all in Macduff’s castle of Fifeâ€”
Make sure it’s them, not me, who loses life.
I cannot even recognize myself Macbeth
I cannot even recognize myself.
My future changed with one regretful deed.
No longer honor I feel in myselfâ€”
Politically, it seems I do succeed.
Most men my age seem to be most complete,
With honor, loyalty, and many friends.
Unfortunately, my life’s not so sweet.
It seems I cannot follow such nice trends.
In character, it seems I’ve changed as much.
There was a time where horrors stirred me so,
But now I feel incapable of such.
The state of frightâ€”I cannot ever show.
In one quick act, I took the good away,
But in this new self, I shall have to stay.
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