Hollie’s Macbeth writing


The wind wailed above the clouds; below was a murky dark castle where Macbeth lived with his wife, Lady Macbeth. Lady Macbeth was a mean lady who had pale sickly skin. She had evil piercing eyes that shone in the moonlight. Tapping the oak table, Lady Macbeth was thinking about why her husband wasn’t back. She heard the door creak open then Macbeth stepped through with blood-stained hands and the daggers. He said “I have done the deed. Didst thou not hear the noise?”
Lady Macbeth replied, “All I heard is the owls scream and the crickets cry.”
“I heard people screaming for help one even cried murder.” “You unbend your noble strength to think so brainsickly things,” murmured Lady Macbeth. She placed her elegant hand on her husband’s shoulder. Macbeth was so afraid to think what he had done. Trembling in shock, he stared down at the daggers remembering his terrible act. Lady Macbeth then saw the daggers in his hands and she said, “Give me the daggers.”

“No never,” he growled angrily with passion in his voice. “Give me the daggers you can hurt someone with them. Give me the daggers NOW,” she said fiercely.`

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