Ira was staring beyond the window into those clouds that were white yet had so much to exhibit. Her eyes became moist followed by a parched throat while viewing.
"Excuse me!" came a gentle tap
Precipitously turned to her co-passenger who requested her to shut the window.
"Not Yet," she responded sternly, "I want the rays of the sun to enliven and motivate me to return home with good spirits."
Unperturbed Ira continued to gawk the clouds with the hope to find a message of, "Things have changed for the better, and All will be well at home!"
In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story about a return to home. What does it mean to return? Is it to reconnect, discover or let go? It can be a town, house, farm, castle or ruins. It can be a country or family, one of origin or one adopted. What does the return impart?
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