What can YOU say in six sentences?
I walked in to our house to see half used candles on the coffee table that smelled like last Christmas. I walked in to our house to see a recliner half reclined from when I sat in it last which I remember because she sat on my lap and rocked back and forth to the sound of two breaths acting as one. I walked in to our house to see the light I had left on burnt out but which still was glossed over from the sunlight allowed entry through the dusty bay window. I walked in to our house to see near empty perfume bottles that mocked me with their lingering dissent. I walked in to our house to feel the soft edges of the sheet on our unmade bed and the crease on the pillow on your side which still had the evanescent fold made by my cheekbone as I nuzzled up to kiss the back of your neck.
I walked in to our house without you by my side, nor your scent, nor your body to fill the gaps your absence has left behind.
A little experimental here.
I'm mostly unsure of how my sentence structure works in the piece. Does it add or detract from the meaning, tone, understanding? I won't reveal my intentions because I don't want to influence any opinions.