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Epiphany at Thirteen That night, I found the spot on his old, green recliner still warm with him, and sat there for hours keeping it for when he came home. Mother returned alone, ancient at forty-two, his wallet and wedding band crushed to her heart. While we cried, I knew the chair grew cold, and realized that everything warm does, and fathers die.