letters → missed opportunities and turning points
flattery → self-serving motives.
blood → death and brotherhood.
omens → fate being in control
Motif is known to be a literary technique that consists of a repeated element. In literary work, this repeated element has symbolic significance and importance. A motif can be a recurring image sometimes. It can also be a repeated word, topic or even phrase. It actually appears frequently in a story. It can be symbols, ideas, sounds, actions, or words. Motifs actually strengthen a story.
Letters, blood, flattery, omens are examples of motif in a play.