Macbeth: A soul stolen or sold?
The tale of Macbeth is a story arc that never ceases to fall step off the pre-staged path of their descending moral compass. Join Macbeth, as if he owns a speedboat, as he rides flexuous birthed canal form the rightness of mount Olympus to the inner depths of the sea of the damned. Under the “spell” of the witches’ accursed ramblings the world of Macbeth backflips as new facts are created, “Fair is foul, and foul is fair”. Some of his counterpart’s succumbed to the wicked chants, such as his wife lady Macbeth while others like Banquo heed the witch’s words but don’t let them corrupt him. Lady Macbeth knows not of the wisdom of subtlety, as she offers herself to the devils themselves with no hesitation and even goes farther to seduce Macbeth into committing the dark deeds of hells will. It is clear that she is morally lost from almost the beginning, and that her engine runs on truly crude oil. “I have no spur to prick the sides of intent, but only vaulting ambition which overleaps itself and falls on the other”. There is no doubt that Macbeth’s burning soul has been fanned by the baneful hands of the witches and his wife but don’t mistake him for a victim, fore it was his fan in which they bare. Macbeth is the one who acts, so Macbeth will be the one who rots, both mind and spirit.
"make thick my blood; / Stop up the access and passage to remorse"
"Will all great Neptune's ocean wash this blood / Clean from my hand?"