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  • The wind's whipping across the rooftop, slamming the door, BOOM!

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The On-Beat Brothers

  • The closing up shopkeeper stars give us a final primp to themselves on that rising plane of light while birds of every fair feather smooth down the sharp shoulders of coming day with all but their brightest as if to say we know we are but shoelaces to her soon to be running along side the current alive wind's own two feet.

    All About That Place

  • They'll be pretty worthless when the wind's blowing the rain around.

    Jack Bog's Blog: September 2009 Archives

  • "You'll need all your hands for holdin 'on, the way the wind's yowlin'."

    The Banks of the Sacramento

  • But even that deal underscores wind's current squeeze.

    Wind Power Hits a Trough

  • The wind's blast was hot, even the setting sun burned the horizon a brimstone red and stoked the land's furnace.

    The Devil’s Troubadour

  • Their results show that the American Wind Energy Association AWEA and other wind boosters have vastly overstated wind's ability to cut sulfur dioxide, nitrous oxide, and carbon dioxide.

    A New Study Takes The Wind Out Of Wind Energy

  • A coat, a scarf worn just so in the wind's last measure of solitude, an Aria played as if the mind were a slow curve of sky to nothing.


  • "The wind's shifting around to the south'ard, and we ought to lie easier!"


  • I'll say something lucky enough to reach your true spirit, that you will hear and understand it as love on my part, even if you can never quite identify me as the sender, that warm wind's exact direction, that particular sun's position in the mind's sky, the pinprick of that obvious of a star, the color of that flower's burst of smell, the feeling of happy enough to smile without knowing why.

    The Most Beautiful Truth


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