This is my instant recall on a famous use of the word “wind”.
I never understood what the fuss was all about on The Wind In The Willows. I just don’t get it.
TWT Twenty Words Tuesday hosted by BulBul on bbubble.in week 27 prompt is wind.
Here is another try with the prompt –
The howling wind will always incite some fear and creepiness. All more if I am alone in a big building.
By the way, who likes The Wind In The Willows by K. Graham?
So very true, ArtMatter, when alone winds move on to give more of a haunted vibe. Great take! Thank you for participating this week, I am glad to have you writing along.
And I haven’t read The Wind In The Willows by K. Graham, I will sure look into it now. Thanks for the suggestion.
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