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A poem-monologue version of Antigone.

'Now hear this, now hear this -this is the will of Creon. The war is won. We have won. The enemy lies in ruins. Peace will follow like the blessings of spring but only to those who obey. The army can be mild but the army can be fierce. The army is your friend but can become your enemy. They have a task to perform and they will perform it. Obey whatever orders they issue. Bow down. Obey. Obey. Go to your homes. Await further instructions. Be vigilant for we are vigilante. Nothing more than obedience is asked of you.'

Martin Burke


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Scene4 Magazine - Arts and Media

September 2011

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