My foolish, selfish self has caused me to kill my family!
Oh Why...Why... was I so harsh
With age comes Wisdom
Creon tries to save Antigone and free her from the vault, but it is too late. She has hung and killed herself. Here, Haemon has arrived and tries to kill Creon. But instead he ends up killing himself.
Creon goes back to his house morning the death of his son. He come back to find that his wife, dead as well. This is where Creon changes his pride and realizes what he has fully done.
Ending the Play..., they describe and emphasize the meaning of loyalty in Antigone. How when a person ages they become wiser as Creon learned from his mistakes of the past. He is left in regret of his decisions. Loyalty is very powerful and when taken too far can cause problems.