Macbeth and Lady Macbeth
Lady Macbeth waited until her husband came back and had done the deed. As she waited excitedly in the dark and unlit room, she stood beside the oak wooden table.
As Macbeth approached the room, he murmured.
“I have done the deed, did you hear a noise?’’ spoke the murderer.
The pale faced lady replied, “I heard the owl scream and the crickets cry, didn’t you say something?’’
As she stared at Macbeth, he whispered,
“When?” As he stood there in pain.
“Now!” replied Lady Macbeth saying that the guards might off woke up.
“As I came down?’’ Macbeth replied nervously as he thought he was going to get caught.
“Yes!” answered Lady Macbeth.
Macbeth whispered, “The voice kept crying, sleep no more! To everyone in the house, Macbeth has murdered sleep, no more!’’
“Who said that? Why my worthy lord you let yourself become weak!’’ Lady Macbeth shouted.
“I’ll go no more: I’m afraid of what I have done!’’ Macbeth said in shock.
“Coward! Give me the daggers, people can’t hurt you anymore!’’ shouted Lady Macbeth.
Lady Macbeth went to put the daggers with the guards and to smother the blood all over them so they would think that the guards murdered King Duncan. Her plan was that they would get the blame so Macbeth could become King and Lady Macbeth would be Queen.