〜かな at the end makes the sentence a question. And it's a kind of question you can use when you are uncertain about 〜. さらわれる is the passive voice of the verb さらう. 〜 is the conditional.
So, in your example, the speaker is wondering if the person would be taken away to somewhere, if he/she touch the wind. It doesn't sound natural in a daily conversation. It sounds more like a poetic expression, a part of lyrics, for example.
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