Winter’s Solstice.

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Winter’s Solstice.

Winter stared intently at the moon, her mind was racing and with every beat of her heart she felt certain her chest would explode. I guess its one thing always feeling different; being treated differently, but now she finally knew the truth. Her mother looked like she was going to faint, her sister cried and her father simply shook his head and gazed at the newly crafted wand that was supposed to be…

Aunt Sophia smiled wearily like she had finally delivered the news she’d long suspected and could now breathe. Grandmother muttered, “I knew that girl was no witch.”

Written by Tracey Odessa Kane 6 June 2013 ©.

Taken from the collection ‘A Hundred Words’ written by Tracey Odessa Kane.

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