All the people in this regime, myself ask you a question. If thy beloved brother dies, thee feel the responsibility to bury them? Will thee choose thine way to be safe and leave the corpse of a brother to rot? Death has rites for all; I shall bury my brother. Myself will do my filial duty against Creon, he who has the oppressive regime. Polynices has the right to lay in peace. Creon wants no women to be the master where he rules, but I am not a master, I embrace mutual love. I am only left alive in my family, and it’s my moral duty to fulfill the rituals of the dead. We cannot fight against the eternal laws of heaven. If thine heart does not appeal this urge, go thine way. He died while serving this city, he was also the son of the king, why thy commands are against one brother. Both are from same blood. He did not do anything wrong. Even if he was a traitor, thy rules could not snatch his land from him. I will hate thee for this cause, and the dead will too hate thee. He died an honorable death. Thy rule cannot be above the God and his law.
My people! If Creon considers me a threat to safety because I bury my brother, I am not afraid to die. I embrace death with proud for following God’s law. I am loyal to the state and burying a dead never means I mean against the city.But I want thy answer. I love Eteocles and Polynices equally for they are my brothers. Creon can discriminate among them but I cannot. For me, they are brothers first and citizens after that. I will bury Polynices without the fears for I have to face my parents and brother in the world hereafter.