When the tsunami reached Constitución in 2010, it mingled with administrative boundaries, soils depleted and acidified by planta- tions, waters polluted by cellulose, and a resident community with the second lowest per capita income in Chile. The combined effect of the earthquake and tsunami devastated coastal communities because they were unacclimated to compound risk: the risk of both tsunami and earthquake. The most disastrous effects were felt in Constitución, as the surprise tsunami that followed the 8.8 scale earthquake landed only minutes after the ground heaved, carrying twenty-seven meter waves that rolled off the Pacific into Maule River estuary. But this is not a map intended to draw upon nostalgia, loss, or displacement. Rather, it is nostalgia as a symptom of our age. Nostalgia that divides sympathies and puts an end to mutual understanding.