The Wind

__NOTOC__ The Wind can refer to:

Poetry and literature

  • "The Wind" (poem), a 14th-century poem by Dafydd ap Gwilym
  • "The Wind", a 1943 short story by Ray Bradbury appearing in Dark Carnival
  • The Wind (novel), a 1925 supernatural novel by Dorothy Scarborough


  • The Wind (1928 film), starring Lillian Gish, based on the novel
  • The Wind (1934 film), a Chinese silent film
  • The Wind (1982 film), a Malian film
  • The Wind (1986 film), an American horror film
  • The Wind (2018 film), an American western horror film


  • The Wind (band)
  • Der Wind, ballet pantomime composition by Franz Schreker


  • The Wind (Warren Zevon album), a 2003 album by Warren Zevon
  • The Wind (Kayhan Kalhor and Erdal Erzincan album), a 2006 album


  • "The Wind," a song by Cat Stevens on his 1971 album Teaser and the Firecat
  • "The Wind," a song composed by Russ Freeman, originally appeared on the album "Chet Baker & Strings" in 1953. For her 1991 album, Emotions, Mariah Carey wrote her own lyrics for Freeman's composition and sang the tune.
  • "The Wind" (Nolan Strong & The Diablos song)
  • "The Wind" (Zac Brown Band song)
  • "The Wind," a song by Amos Lee on his 2006 album Supply and Demand
  • "The Wind," a song by Demon Hunter on the 2010 Christmas compilation Happy Christmas Vol. 5