Come and Go is a short play (described as a "dramaticule" on its title page) by Samuel Beckett.
It was written in English in January 1965 and first performed (in German) at the Schillertheater, Berlin on 14 January 1966.
It is divided into three exactly equal segments of seven lines during which a character exits and comes back in after completing their circuit, taking a different seat to the one they sat on originally.
In this sense the characters also move around their seats in a ring shape.
[Brenda Bynum, who has directed the play feels the opposite however:] ‘Why does it have to be that they have lost something, why can it not be Beckett's longing for intimacy that they have and he can’t?