Beginning of spring

The sky was a ragged patchwork of luminescence and darkness, a mix of winter and spring spritzed with the pale rays of a setting sun. It laid like a blanket over the tops of full trees that swayed as if preparing for a storm, although the air was warm and dry. I stood and waited for the bus, watching the torn edges of clouds fade from deep gray to pink and purple, glowing against a distant backdrop of blue. The breeze tasted sweet and the sky made me want to fall in love.

Winter may finally be dissolving.

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