Van Gogh sits in the rain on a park bench in the shadow of a windmill. A Dutch girl wearing wooden shoes and carrying a pail of clabber joins him. She is obsessed with tulips and all things Dutch. He is hallucinating and gives her a little wooden coffin which contains what looks like a small dried apricot, but is actually his ear. Then this play begins to get weird as he has a strange vision just before he dies.
Published in Palestrina & Other Plays.