Or does it just rest until it gets picked up again for the next ride?
I mean is it possible that the wind that blew across the field today once blew across the cheek of Socrates? Maybe once cooled the Roman Army on the summer battlefield in Gaul and also Tiger Woods on the 16th hole at Augusta? The same wind that blew through the church during Napoleon’s coronation fueled Genghis Khan fire’s and then pushed away the toxic cloud over Nagasaki in 1945?
What history does the wind hold?
I’m not as optimistic as Dylan, oddly - if the wind holds the answers, we’re not listening well enough.
Perhaps it does bring us more questions than answers?￼￼￼ Maybe that brush with Socrates cheek changed the wind forever.