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When all things suffer like me, nailed down with sorrow, when to know nothing is to snake like a fungas through tissue you stand still, silvered, splattered, the eastwind vagrant around you, and around me
It would take a mighty powerful eastwind to permit upward chivaning.
The fountains of tears were dried up by the deadly eastwind of despair that was sweeping over me.
He passes his winters in New York and his summers in the Nutter House, which threatens to prove a hard nut for the destructive gentleman with the scythe and the hour-glass, for the seaward gable has not yielded a clapboard to the eastwind these twenty years.
Graves, was eastwind on her skin, nausea to her gorge.