So thy here lies the families of two broken souls. Although many of the hearts of the deceased have stopped, two of the living, their hearts are torn and broken. Although they both grieve, they grieve for different reasons. One for feeling she’s disappointed her sister and one who’s feeling he’s let everyone down.
Yes! Dear messenger thank you!
Perhaps visit your niece Ismene?
Oh! A suprise indeed, but sure King Creon.
Ismene I was wondering if we could talk, it has been a while....
We enter the scene with Creon sitting looking broken, but although this is a normal sight after the death of his wife and sons.
Our whole family is dead, and it's your fault Creon!
I'm sorry I thought what I was doing was right---
The messenger enters with a message for Creon, but seeing his normal reaction he gives him the idea of talking to Ismene. And this earns a reaction and gratitude from Creon.
Please I'm so sorry, oh lords above I'm sorry!
When Creon appears to Ismene's house, Ismene is hesitant to let him in, but Creon just wants to talk and perhaps become closer in this sad time.
I don't care LEAVE!
When we see them again, this talk seems to earn a angry reaction from Ismene, and this causes guilt and sadness on Creon and wants to apologize. But Ismene makes him leave.
With this increased sadness, Creon ends up in an asylum where he is apologetic and crying.