Because I do not hope to (t)urn again?

“So it’s not gone at all.”

“Huh?”

“It’s not gone; its still in there, but in a huge urn.”

“The ashes are in the huge urn, yes.”

“And it will stay in there, with the video screen and the toy box?”

“I assume so.”

“I thought it was going to be gone.”

Silence.

“That’s as gone as it gets.  If not that, then it would come back another way.”

Longer silence.

“So the room is turning into some sort of museum?”

“That required no ‘turning’.  But yes, it is that.”

Silence.

“Who will go there and look?”

“Who has gone there at all?  Duh!”

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