Equinox

It didn’t matter that the day was lengthening.

Leading up to the solstice she had felt the weighted cold of dark winter to the core of her being. Granted, since the solstice she had felt the gradual increase of sunshine but the light was still largely being eclipsed. But she felt the sunshine increasing and the life-blood returning as the sap returned to the boughs of the dogwood trees.

Soon the equinox would come and after that, the long days of summer.

Sammie Scribbles Weekend Writing Prompt

Use the word “equinox” and write a piece in exactly 83 words.

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