Then step by step walks Autumn,
With steady eyes that show
Nor grief nor fear, to the death of the year,
While the equinoctials blow.
by Dinah Maria Mulock
Note: Equinoctials here means "A violent storm of wind and rain occurring at or near the time of the equinox."
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