Our fortune will keep us safe, I will go to Ireland. WE will leave quickly and without telling anyone!
Malcom, father is dead, accept it. He as murdered, we are not safe here! We have to leave
(weeping) I agree... Truth is that even our family can murder us. I will go to England.
There are daggers in men's smiles here we couldn't stay here, hurry and leave. I am right behind you
Dear Donalbain take care, leave as soon as you are able to.
The King's sons are gone!! Are they guilty?
It was Malcom! I'm sure of it.
They told us to met and they were the ones who left!! My opinion they did it.
They left without advising. Could it have been the king's own blood?
At this moment in Act 2, Scene 3 Malcom and Donalbain find out that their father has been murdered in his sleep. Both of them agree to escape the castle and leave without telling anyone. Malcom and Donalbain are equally scared of what might happen if they stay at Inverness.
I'm I hallucinating? I see this floating dagger that just happens to appear when I'm on my way to do the deed. I will go kill the king
Malcom and Donalbain go their separate ways, Malcom decides to g with one side of his family in England and Donalbain goes his was to Ireland. Each of them gets of their horses to ride to safety as they think that they could be murdered next.
The dagger is making me follow it, taking me to the king's chamber and murder him
At the very moment the people at Inverness, Macbeth's castle notice that both of the king's sons left without notice they start getting blamed for the murder of their father. People start questioning whether they re guilty or not since no evidence was left pointing to someone else rather than the chaimberlains.
It is done, I killed Duncan. I will be king next.
At the very end of Scene 1, Act 2 when Macbeth is on his way to kill the king he encounters a floating dagger. Macbeth is confused and worried what this might mean. He debates whether he should go through it or not. Macbeth contemplates if what he is seeing is real or just a hallucination.
I will hide behind the door and then come out to see if its gone, have I gone insane?
Macbeth decides to go through will the plan. While he is on his way to the king's chamber he prays that the floor doesn't make any noise giving away his location. Macbeth realizes, and tells himself that the dagger is representing what he must do in order to achieve a king's reign.
It's my fate, my destiny. The chamberlains will be blamed for this. The plan is all set and ready.
Macbeth commits the murder, he stabs the dagger onto the king's heart and kills innocent sleep. At that exact moment he feels disgraced with what he has just done and has several moments of regret. Right then he makes his leave towards his own chamber to cover up his crime.