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An ode to loss

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Artist of the team here! Unfortunately I caught covid, hence the late submission. If you do get a chance to check this out, I appreciate it! And a big thanks to my team for all their hard work, especially during testing season.

A father mourns the loss of his partner. But, along with his son, they go on a slow journey to heal and grow, accepting the loss as a part of them. But when the father and son get into a fight, the father is left feeling lost and alone- having no idea how to make up with his son. And when all seems hopeless, a butterfly guides him through his memories, where he gets an opportunity to meet his partner once more. After saying their goodbyes, the father finds himself transported back to the present, at his partner's grave, where his son calls out to him. In a show of vulnerability, the father does what he knows works best; gives his son a hug much like his partner gave him a hug.

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