You are, and do not know't. The spring, the head, the fountain of your blood Is stopped; the very source of it is stopped.
Your royal father's murdered.
Those of his chamber, as it seemed, had done't. Their hands are faces were all badged with blood.
Oh, by whom?
So were their daggers, which unwiped we found upon their pillows. No man's life was to be trusted with them.
Oh, yet I do repent me of my fury, that i did kill them.
Wherefore did you so?
Who can be wise, amazed, temp'rate, and furious, loyal, and neutral, in a moment? No man.
Th' expedition of my violent love outrun the pauser, reason.
Donalbain, acompannied by Malcom, arrives to the conversation between Banquo, Macbeth, Macduff, and Lennox. He curiously asks what' s wrong. Macbeth replies to him by saying that the true source of his blood has stopped. Macduff clarifies that Duncan is dead.
Suddenly, Malcolm asks who has done it, and Lennox tells him that Duncan's servants apparently did it because there was evidence (their hands full of blood). He mentions that they shouldn't have been trusted with any man's life. Macbeth adds that he was so angry with what happened that he just killed them.
I heard the owl scream and the crickets cry.
I have done the deed. Did thou not hear a noise?
Macduff asks Macbeth the purpose of having done that and Macbeth, lying, answers him that his love for Duncan resulted in a violent rage that made him kill them before he could pause to think and that no man can have different emotions at the same time.
This is a sorry sight.
One servant did laugh in 's sleep and one cried. "Murder!"
A foolish thought, to say a sorry sight.
Macbeth kills the king in his sleep, and feeling stressed about what he did, goes to talk with his wife to tell her about the weird noises that he heard of the servants.
Macbeth enters holding a bloody dagger, and asks his wife if she heard the noises. Lady Macbeth is surprised by seeing him and tells him that she heard an owl scream and the crickets cry.
Macbeth, looking at his hands covered in blood, says it is a sorry sight meaning that the sight is painful and upsetting. He also mentions to Lady Macbeth some of the voices that he heard while he stood and listened. He said that the servants just said their prayers and fell back asleep.