Samuel Beckett "Come and Go"

Three women, one leaves, other two whispering, the one comes back and it continues the next ones, three times. In the end they sit altogether, hold hands and support each other.
Althouhg Beckett did not want this to have a meaning, we are still often thrying to “get” this, to connect the details, try to assume and perdict what it might mean, try to express. Human brain doesn’t usually accept nonsenseless, meaninglessness etc.
Though, it automatically creates some ideas in our head to think about. For example to think about continuosity, infinity of things. The title “Come and go” expresses that nothing ever stays, everything is changing all the time, though it is paradoxical – the fact that everything changes never changes, does it?
Emily asked: are peole sad about things nonstuppably changing?

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