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Is there any chance, that one would feel sorry
For you my Lady and my Thane?
You, slayer of Duncan , the king of glory
He was an honorable one and you both are insane

You Macbeth are of evil nature
Lady Macbeth , your co-murderer and assistant
Malcolm is right , thou art truly a dead butcher
And she is a feeling-less , dominant and insistent

No sense of pity , no sense of grace
You fooled that naive king
With your false smile on your face

Macbeth! How come ! tell me!
You killed your friend Banquo
And wanted to kill his breed
So you will feel rest in kingship
Oh this is so awful I say,
out of betrayal and out of greed

You killed innocent smiles of children with no mere reason
Oh Macbeth! Not Thane of Glamis or Thane of Cawdor
But thou art Thane of evil and Thane of treason

Your lady become disturbed in her mind
Like a stray wanders in dark seeking for light
But no use she would attain it while her sense is blind

The queen is dead, sir
You are alone now
The sky of your mind is dark,
loaded with cloud of misery and cloud of despair
In this gloomy weather that turns you to a yellow leaf
With a pitying wish that your candle would quickly fade
So no more misery but eternal relief

A little water will not clean your bloody hand
Nor will the sea, nor will the ocean
It will always remain as a blotch
In the time when your body is rest under the sand


But Macbeth, though thou art of evil,
yet you are human, who once was good
To err is human, to forgive is divine
May God forgive your crime,
And let your soul rest in peace,
you brave captain and heroic lion!


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The sweet is never as sweet without the sour, and I know the sour which allows me to appreciate the sweet.


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The following comments are for "Obituary to Macbeth "
by fairgrace

Hiba
It's good to find you posting again. This is a challenging subject. Did you study Macbeth in your native language and/or in English?

..an interesting write..one I will return to.

I'm glad you've returned.

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: April 10, 2011 )

Thank you Bobby
Hey Bobby

It's good to be back to lit.org .I miss this wonderful place and it's amazing people.I studied Macbeth in English of course and that was 6 years ago.This piece is from vault .I wanted to post something new but I didn't pick a title yet ! ..and I must thank you Bobby for your advice the other day .I just keep it in mind and it's of a great help to me .!

cheers

( Posted by: fairgrace [Member] On: April 10, 2011 )

Loved this!
You've got me convinced I don't need a refresher course in this classic play because it's all here. Wonderful read. Thank you!

( Posted by: Pen [Member] On: April 11, 2011 )

maid unhanded
truly Shakespearean and successful in grandiose visions. You deserve a prize for braving to write thus.

I wuved it

( Posted by: VickieSALT [Member] On: April 11, 2011 )





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