We are here at Forres after Macbeth has been crowned King of Scotland. Though it is a joyous occasion, I am considering the strange way in which the witches' prophecies had came true- though i suspect Macbeth has ''play'dst most foully for 't''. I am yet again tempted by the other prophesy that relates to myself of ''Lesser than Macbeth,and greater.Thou shalt get kings, though thou be none''and I myself find this a tempting prospectof treachery. Wicked is what man is, but i will remain loyal to Macbeth.Macbeth had invited me with great ceremony to the celebratory feast that evening he was crowned king.I am weary and suspective of Macbeth as he questions much of my movement with Fleance that afternoon. I really feel something amiss.Maybe it is just Macbeth's insecurity for all i know.It is late and Fleance is waiting for me in the woods. I must go now.
Macbeth and I just had just came back from a battle.A great one indeed.We had came ashore and were proceeding back to Forres when we came upon this desserted and gloomy heath where we were most shcoked to be greeted by three witches that had long beards strecthing from their ragged cloaks.I was uncertain what gender they were, but i knew something was wrong. At first sight, the three creatures greeted Macbeth Thane of Glamis.They then started chanting prophesis that concerned Macbeth and me.The first witch chanted,"All hail,Macbeth! Hail to thee,Thane of Glamis" followed by the next "All hail, Macbeth! Hail to thee,Thane of Cawdor" and the last of which chanted "All hail, Macbeth ,that shalt be king hereafter!" "Hail" they chanted three times together and continued prophesising."Lesser then Macbeth, and greater."the first witch chanted.Continued the second "Not so happy, yet much happier." "Thou shalt get kings ,though thou be none So all hail, Macbeth and Banquo." Chanted the last of witch. I was overwhelmed by suspision when i heard those prophesies whilst Macbeth was, I should say rather engrosed and...
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