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5,472.  Not bound to swear allegiance to any master,

Wherever the wind takes me I travel as a visitor.  (Freedom & Swear & Master & Wind & Travel)  Horace, Epistles

 

 

51,603.  ’Tis the hard great weather

Breeds hard English men.  (Weather & Wind)  Charles Kingsley, Ode to the North-East Wind 1858

 

51,604.  Come; and strong within us

Stir the Vikings’ blood;

Bracing brain and sinew;

Blow, thou wind of God.  (Weather & Wind)  ibid.

 

 

51,900.  These katabatic winds are stronger than any hurricane.  They are the coldest and the most ferocious on the planet.  (Animals & Antarctica & Wind)  David Attenborough, Frozen Planet II: Spring

 

 

63,569.  This is a landscape entirely sculpted by wind.  (Arab & Wind)  Wild Arabia I: Sand, Wind and Stars BBC 2013

 

 

77,112.  The wind is playing strange tricks.  (Antarctic & Wind)  Scott of the Antarctic 1948 starring John Mills & Christopher Lee & Diana Churchill & Harold Warrender & Anne Firth & Derek Bond & Reginald Beckwith & James Robertson Justice & Kenneth More & Sam Kydd et al, director Charles Frend, music Ralph Vaughan Williams

 

 

93,306.  O Wild West Wind, though breath of Autumn’s being,

Thou, from whose unseen presence the leaves dead

Are driven like ghosts from an enchanter fleeing ...

 

Thou who didst waken from his summer dreams

The blue Mediterranean, where he lay,

Lulled by the coil of his crystalline streams ...

 

The triumph of the prophecy!  O, Wind,

If Winter comes, can Spring be far behind.  (Wind & Seasons & Autumn & Summer & Spring & Winter & Mediterranean)  Percy Bysshe Shelley 1792-1822, Ode to the West Wind

 

 

93,307.  How many roads must a man walk down

Before you can call him a man? ...

The answer, my friend, is blowin’ in the wind,

The answer is blowin’ in the wind.  (Wind & Answer)  Bob Dylan, Blowin’ in the Wind 1962

 

 

93,308.  And the wind shall say: ‘Here were decent godless people:

Their only monument the asphalt road

And a thousand lost golf balls.’  T S Eliot, The Rock 1934

 

 

93,309.  The winds come to me from the fields of sleep.  William Wordsworth, Ode, Intimations of Immortality 1807

 

 

93,310.  The wind’s in the east ... I am always conscious of an uncomfortable sensation now and then when the wind is blowing in the east.  Chares Dickens, Bleak House, My Jarndyce

 

 

93,311.  The wind is indeed a useful element all over this world.  One thing is certain: when all the reserve of fuel like coal and oil have been used up there’ll still be the wind.  You see the wind that blows around this planet remains largely untapped.  A huge and constant source of energy for a power-hungry world.  Professor David Bellamy

 

 

87,453.  A wet sheet and a flowing sea,

A wind that follows fast

And fills the white and rustling sail

And bends the gallant mast.  (Sailor & Sea & Wind)  Allan Cunningham, A Wet Sheet and a Flowing Sea 1825

 

 

Blow, blow, thou winter wind,

Thou art not so unkind

As man’s ingratitude.  William Shakespeare, As You Like It II vii 175-177, Amiens singing

 

 

93,312.  And the wind cries Mary.  Jimi Hendrix, The Wind Cries Mary

 

 

93,313.  Sweet and low, sweet and low,

Wind of the western sea,

Low, low, breathe and blow,

Wind of the western sea!

Over the rolling waters go,

Come from the dying moon, and blow,

Blow him again to me;

While my little ones, while my pretty one, sleeps.  Alfred Lord Tennyson, The Princess

 

 

93,314.  Winds are advertisements of all they touch, however much or little we may be able to read them; telling their wanderings ever by their accents alone.  John Muir

 

 

76,032.  Harnessing the wind had secured the lowlands.  And wind was about to propel Holland’s trading ambitions.  Both the British and the Dutch had made contact with the East Indies, and in 1602 the Dutch East Indies Company was formed to harvest the treasure of the world.  (Holland & Netherlands)  Ronald Top, The Industrial Revelations: European Story: Reaping the Whirlwind

 

 

29,035.  The Weathermen took their name from the Bob Dylan lyric: You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows.  (United States & Revolution & Terrorism & Bomb & Name & Wind)  Green & Siegel, The Weather Underground 2002 

 

 

87,454.  But the standing toast that pleased the most

Was –

the wind that blows, the ship that goes,

And the lass that loves a sailor!  (Sailor & Ship & Wind & Lass)  Charles Dibdin, The Lass that Loves a Sailor 1811

 

 

93,315.  They have sown the wind, and they shall reap the whirlwind.  Hosea 8:7

 

 

93,316.  And the chambers of the winds, and how the winds are divided, and how they are weighed, and (how) the portals of the winds are reckoned, each according to the power of the wind.  Enoch 2:60:12

 

 

93,317.  The wind bloweth where it liseth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and wither it goeth.  John 3:8

 

 

93,318.  A cold wind was blowing from the north, and it made the trees rustle like living things.  George R R Martin, A Game of Thrones   

 

 

93,319.  Nature, with equal mind,

Sees all her sons at play

Sees man control the wind,

The wind sweep man away.  Matthew Arnold, Empedocles on Etna I ii

 

 

93,320.  There was a desert wind blowing that night.  It was one of those hot dry Santa Anas that come down through the mountain passes and curl your hair and make your nerves jump and your skin itch.  On nights like that every booze party ends in a fight.  Meek little wives feel the edge of the carving knife and study their husbands’ necks.  Anything can happen.  You can even get a full glass of beer at a cocktail lounge.  Raymond Chandler, Red Wind 1938

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