Take me away, I beg you, out of site. A rash, indiscriminate fool! I murdered you, my son, against my will you too, my wife...
Oh it's hard, giving up the hearts desire ... but I will do it no more fighting a losing battle with necessity.
Yes my king, quickly. Disasters sent by the gods cut short our follies in a flash.
In this scene, Creon comes home only to be told the news of his wife's suicide. Hearing that his wife cursed and blamed him for the death of their children. Hearing this upon witnessing his sons suicide Creon proceded to question why the gods would do this to him and cause such intense emotional pain.
In this scene, Creon reverses his stance on Antigone hoping to keep the wrath of the gods away from himself and from the city of Thebes.
In this scene, Haemon lunges at his father with his sword drawn, sorrow and rage filling his eyes. Haemon's blade misses his father and Haemon then stabs and kills himself. At this moment Creon realizes his actions are what led to this moment and his inability to swallow his own pride and listen to the people, Haemon, and Tiresias.