windblown Emma was waiting for us at a table by the railing.
For a month each winter, cold rains from the east lashed the desert; for the rest of the year, it was swept by windblown sand.
Her hair was windblown and her face rose-flushed from her run.
Over the flowering hawthorn the moon stood like a windblown white rose of the heavens.
The suns float past like windblown golden dust—like the countless lamps of boats upon the bosom of a summer sea.
Years passed, and the loose soil, the windblown dust, the grass and fallen leaves covered the articles from sight.
New floors had been laid down upon the debris and windblown sand which partially filled some of the older rooms.
The vista shimmered and wavered, like a picture thrown on a windblown curtain.
Also, such remains might still be found under the windblown sand in the flatter areas between the major ruins.
He was a little road-crazed and windblown today, not like she remembered him from Orlando.