Rain Poem by Robert Louis Stevenson

Rain

Rating: 2.8


The rain is raining all around,
It falls on field and tree,
It rains on the umbrellas here,
And on the ships at sea.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Andrew Hodson 24 February 2011

this is funny because will I was reading this it started to rain.

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Peter Bartlett 24 July 2015

The poem is deceptively simple. It addresses grace and interconnectedness. Rain connects us to those far at sea. Rain gives life to tree and grass and to us.

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Manonton Dalan 24 February 2012

maybe this is one of his unfinished works. i wonder what interrupted his thought process...pain in his head.

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Carlos Echeverria 24 February 2012

Ian, send-ups of Victorian 'high seriousness': Oscar Wilde.

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Sara Fielder 24 February 2012

This poem should be psycho-analyzed.

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Suryendu Chaudhury 01 October 2020

Some random lines on rain with hardly anything to ponder upon.

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Terry Craddock 21 September 2020

I wrote the poem 'Halley's Comet White Lance Cast Through Black Night Sky' inspired by the poem 'Rain' by the poet Robert Louis Stevenson, and the translation of this poem into Hindi, by the poet Rajnish Manga. Dedicated to the poets Robert Louis Stevenson and Rajnish Manga.

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Terry Craddock 21 September 2020

I wrote the poem 'Perilous River Wharf Flood Sailing On Surge High Tide' inspired by the poem 'Rain' by the poet Robert Louis Stevenson, and the translation of this poem into Hindi, by the poet Rajnish Manga. Dedicated to the poets Robert Louis Stevenson and Rajnish Manga.

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Sachidananda Panda 18 July 2020

short yet beautiful... expected little narration... Thanks

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Adeeb Alfateh 30 May 2019

The rain is raining all around, It falls on field and tree, It rains on the umbrellas here, And on the ships at sea. ///great

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