2013: Letter of Appreciation from Daughter to Her Beloved Mother

Topics: Macbeth, 2008 singles / Pages: 3 (698 words) / Published: Feb 18th, 2013
Dearly beloved mother,
Words cannot describe the strength I have gained to move forward towards these early days of my life. The moments that overtake time makes me miss you more each day; I love you and promise to come home soon.
Mother you will never believe the chaos that has taken place here, it’s unbelievable and amazes me to see the change beneath Macbeths eyes, as if the devil is trying to posses him to do the worst. It’s strangely odd though to see and view, I feel the slightest hate towards him, its more along sympathy, because of the trouble that has commence within his life. I don’t blame him for what he has done; watching him return from the war has changed him and turned him into a better person.
This Inverness castle feels more of a house than a home. There is something missing and I swear it’s because of the brawl Macbeth and his Lady Macbeth commenced a while before. Whilst I was helping cleaning his bedroom I had overheard some parts of their conversation. I feel awfully terrible for Macbeth as Lady Macbeth seemed quit egger to change Macbeth’s lifestyle. Mother you will never believe how much of a monster she has all of a sudden become. Yelling at Macbeth from room to room, contemplating on how he needs to kill to own his title in honour. Many people gossip that the witches had put ideas in Macbeths head, but mother I can say truthfully that Lady Macbeth caused Macbeth to downfall his identity.
Even though Macbeth killed Duncan and then tried to frame the king's guards for the murder. Lady Macbeth did not stop his mind to change and think that what he is doing is bad, literally taking a life away mother no one understands the confusion I had. The gutful feeling of disappointment I shared towards Macbeth was beyond dreadful. I even heard Lady Macbeth scream to Macbeth that he needed to continue this awful behaviour, Lady Macbeth must be punished, but that’s just my opinion.
I feel as if I cannot do anything to help Macbeth, but if I don’t do

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