Uh... I didn't use any strange or seldomly used words there. And yes, long winded. You should watch me give a speech. My speech to my class was really long but lasted a few minutes. I kinda have a lot of things I want to say, and well I just run my mouth off and the result is nobody understanding a thing I just said. Also, thanks, for what it's worth.
Oh and Spring is the name of the 3 months after Winter. I was too lazy to come up with names back then, and I still am now.
*stares at your sig*
*readies bitter rifle*
I was going to check if it's a proper noun or not but I figured it'd be too much effort to look it up, which it still is.
You didn't use strange words, I just don't like shit that sounds flowery. "It was the second month of Spring, with the birds chirping, and the bees buzzing, and the flowers blooming as the wind carried forth the words of love, and how more evident could spring be in the little town of Yules?" Makes me want to choke, but I guess the long-winded is the character of this particular piece of writing? o.o
And hey, even the Pope likes it raw. Even if he doesn't get any.
It was meant to sound like that to reflect on how Marcus is feeling.
I really should find the part where he's moping in his room.
As I recall it went with a complaint about the bees, birds, and flowers. Also about how spring was all sunny and cheery as it did not fit the mood our protagonist was in.
Spring is a proper noun.
Therefore, capitalisation is correct.
I have spoken.