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Not a single leap of a single deer, nor any traverse of any mountain goat across a winterbound cliff wall.
The plovers were crying over the freshly-turned ploughed fields, a whole world of wild birds and insects seemed to have imparted a sense of movement and life to what only a few days ago had been a land of desolation, a country silent and winterbound.
As he passed along the street he kept close to the house fronts to avoid the sun that was everywhere stirring the winterbound town, like a suffusion of young blood through old veins.
I know to you winterbound folks up Minnesota and Canada way that's a pretty babyish thing to whine about, but I'm sick of the rain.