That poets like the theme of wind was shown in a previous theme on the subject https://catch23writinggroup.wordpress.com/2020/09/24/wind/ with poems on the subject by old friends of this blog Emily Dickenson and Christina Rossetti, not to mention Keats.
Of course, Bob Dylan’s song is not really about wind – it is a metaphor for the uncertainty of truth, especially in a time of dogmatic politics: “There ain’t too much I can say about this song except that the answer is blowing in the wind. It ain’t in no book or movie or TV show or discussion group. Man, it’s in the wind — and it’s blowing in the wind. Too many of these hip people are telling me where the answer is but oh I won’t believe that. I still say it’s in the wind and just like a restless piece of paper it’s got to come down some .” Bob Dylan.
Well, if there ain’t too much Dylan can say about it I am certainly not going to jump in, but there is a really interesting article about how it was first made famous by Peter, Paul and Mary (and much more) https://www.washingtonpost.com/history/2020/12/08/bob-dylan-blowin-in-the-wind ] The article includes the quote from Dylan:
“This here ain’t no protest song or anything like that, ’cause I don’t write no protest songs.” Ironic because it became an unofficial anthem of the Civil Rights Movement