Here is a piece in a style that I started calling "emotional baroque". I know these two words are not traditionally supposed to go together, but... let me know if you think the label is granted in this case!
I have a couple other pieces that I classify under this label as well. This is the short version of the piece, called "emotional dialog between loved ones". I had promised Dave Ostrowski I would try not to write too much about each piece, so as not to bias the listener from the onset, so I won't. Although the title itself is already suggestive... In the long version of the piece, the emotional dialog is interrupted by reminiscences.
I can post that version later - it is over 5 minutes long and I didn't want to try your patience.