Five Card Story: The Missing child goes back home

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a Five Card Flickr story by Leyshka Z Rivera created Jul 13 2020, 01:54:57 am. Create a new one!

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Exposition:Mr Henderson had a daughter name Emily that went missing one day when they were playing in the yard, he looked for her for a long time but no signs of her.
Rising action:Emily after turning 18 went out looking for her real parents and found an address her mom kept in her diary before she died when Emily was 15 that said "Mr H i'm so sorry for what i did".Emily decides to drive up to where this mysterious Mr H is.
Climax:When she arrived at the property she sees a man standing watering the plants and playing with a boy about 10 years old, She tells the man "Hello are you Mr H?" The man turns around and sees the girl with her big red long curly hair and big green eyes and answers" yes, do i know you?" she replies "Hi my name is Emily Cortez you may not know me"he quickly looked back her and says "EMILY??!!" "My Emily?" "I umm i came looking for any information about my parents my mother had this note that she wrote and kept for me that says "I'm so sorry for what i did" and it had your address written down" He asks her who is your mother and she replies "Savanna Cortez sir" he responds "SHE WAS THE ONE THAT STOLE MY BABY FROM ME, I SHOULD OF KNOWN".
Falling Action:Mr Henderson explains and shows Emily pictures of him holding her and missing persons report and he explains to her that he looked for her for years,She believes him and gives him a hug.
Resolution:Emily ends up moving in with her dad and her brother and she talked everyday with her dad about her mom and how excited she was to come back home from work to meet her. Mr Henderson guilt finally left him after 18 years.

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