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The second messenger enters.

[1335] Ah, woe is me! What story can I tell, what lament can I make?

We are lost; your opening words have no fair appearance.

Ah, woe is me! I say again; for I am bringing great horrors.

In addition to the other sorrowful deeds. What is your tale?

Your sister's sons are now no more, Creon.

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