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The Homecoming. Felix was outside the front door, he stared at the gleaming brass knocker and swallowed, his throat was dry and his heart was thumping.

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Introduction

The Homecoming Felix was outside the front door, he stared at the gleaming brass knocker and swallowed, his throat was dry and his heart was thumping. It was almost ten years since he had last been here and he wondered if she might have moved on. The palms of his hands were sweating and his heart was beating even more rapidly. He looked up. He delved into his pocket and pulled out his handkerchief and dried his hands. He was having a flashback to the day he stormed out of this very door, slamming it behind him and now he was beginning to wonder why he had dared to come back. ...read more.

Middle

He could see a young child watching the television. Felix sighed, maybe she had moved on. He heard a click and turned around. There she was, a grey haired woman in her mid fifties peering at him round the corner of the door. She opened it wider and they both continued staring at each other for some time, several seconds but it seemed like forever. Felix was wondering whether she was having an anagnorisis or did she genuinely not know who he was? She started crying and Felix was worried until she broke into a smile and they embraced in a passionate hug. ...read more.

Conclusion

They spent hours just talking about their lives over the last ten years, at ease with each other, sitting on a bench in the village green. When the sun went down they sat and admired the sunset and fell asleep on the bench. The next morning they went excitedly to St. Mark's church in Kent (where they originally got married) to renew their wedding vows to each other. As Felix could hear her coming down the aisle he smiled broadly. She looked at him and smiled, Felix's life was falling back into place. He couldn't even remember why he'd left her in the first place. Felix just wished he hadn't lost those ten long years. R-Mh ...read more.

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