Through the darkness of each night,Ismene didn't have any family in sight.Ideas come and go,But would she have the strength to follow through?She tries and she tries to decipher wrong from right,But in the end, what will she do with all her might?Will she start the fight,Or will she watch from afar with only her sight?
Ismene - Introduction
Ismene, again I apologize for my actions. I feel terrible about everything that I have done to cause you so much distress, but is there anything I can do to make up for it?
I think you have done enough! All the pain that you have caused me in a matter of days seems unbearable for me to live through! I don't even know why I am still here standing next to my sister's killer! I'm leaving!
Sir, I'm sorry to alarm you after such tragic events, but I have a proposition. I see that your pain may be relived from a tragic event that will happen to you.
Whatever this event is, I don't think it will be able to relieve me of all the guilt and pain that I have caused Ismene to feel.
Stage Directions- Enters Creon and Ismene. Creon is guilty about his past actions, while Ismene is clearly upset and heartbroken. At the end of dialogue, Ismene leaves Creon's castle both frustrated and upset.
Stage Directions- Teiresias walks into Creon's castle looking very distressed, while Creon sits upon his throne with a gloomy yet welcoming expression.
Oh no! I feel guilty for not doing anything to prevent this horrible event! May both of their souls make it to the afterlife!
Stage Directions- Ismene weeps loudly while she speaks to herself out loud.
This heartbreak is unbearable! I must do something to help relieve the pain that burns in my heart!
Stage Directions- Ismene enters the castle with tears rolling down her face and pulls out a knife stabbing both Creon and herself. Creon and Ismene both fall to the floor with stab wounds.
I'm so sorry Creon! I as well do not deserve to live in this world after committing such a tragic action!
Stage Directions- The messenger enters the scene with a very saddened look on his face. After hearing the news Teiresias also shares the same expression.
Sir! With much distress I come to tell you that both Creon and Ismene are dead from apparent stab wounds!