Robert Louis Stevenson

(1850-1894 / Edinburgh / Scotland)

Rain - Poem by Robert Louis Stevenson

The rain is raining all around,
It falls on field and tree,
It rains on the umbrellas here,
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Comments about Rain by Robert Louis Stevenson

  • (1/20/2018 9:51:00 PM)


    So beautiful (Report) Reply

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  • (12/30/2017 9:26:00 PM)


    Give rain sing (Report) Reply

  • Larry Schreckengost (12/17/2017 8:54:00 AM)


    Nice little poem I enjoyed reading (Report) Reply

  • (11/26/2017 4:01:00 AM)


    Not so nice (Report) Reply

  • Suresh Raavi (6/20/2017 8:10:00 PM)


    No partiality for the rain, it drenches everything in the word... so humanity to do the same. (Report) Reply

  • (7/24/2015 6:35:00 AM)


    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. (Report) Reply

  • Rajnish Manga (3/4/2015 3:43:00 AM)


    This lovely poem, even in its simplicity, brings all the excitement that the rains are all about. The joy of reading this poem made me translate it into Hindi. (Report) Reply

  • Aftab Alam Khursheed (2/24/2015 1:57:00 AM)


    If read for enjoyment it is simple about rain..raining...if it is pain then ? (Report) Reply

  • (2/24/2015 1:49:00 AM)


    Rain a nice poetry felt. (Report) Reply

  • Thomas Vaughan Jones (2/24/2014 2:21:00 PM)


    Very minimalistic. Hardly worth bringing an umbrella. (Report) Reply

  • Krishnakumar Chandrasekar Nair (2/24/2014 8:26:00 AM)


    Pitter patter, pitter patter
    Drumming on roofs and streets
    Oh, what a wonderful music
    That is so welcome and so sweet..............

    I welcome all ye poets reading this to my page toooooooo...........................
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  • (2/24/2014 6:31:00 AM)


    a nice stanza. I appreciates you.
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  • Paul Reed (2/24/2014 3:04:00 AM)


    We shouldnt look too hard for meanings. Just enjoy RLS's wicked sense of humour, rather like Spike Milligan's, using the medium of poetry to surprise and amuse (Report) Reply

  • Vishal Sharma (2/24/2014 1:21:00 AM)


    Nice stanza to read in the morning (Report) Reply

  • Savita Tyagi (2/24/2013 8:33:00 PM)


    If this is the only poem I read in a day I wonder if it would make my day! (Report) Reply

  • Sara Fielder (2/24/2012 9:14:00 PM)


    This poem should be psycho-analyzed. (Report) Reply

  • (2/24/2012 10:43:00 AM)


    Ian, send-ups of Victorian 'high seriousness': Oscar Wilde. (Report) Reply

  • (2/24/2012 4:23:00 AM)


    maybe this is one of his unfinished
    works. i wonder what interrupted
    his thought process...pain in his head.
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  • (2/24/2011 2:00:00 PM)


    this is funny because will I was reading this it started to rain. (Report) Reply

  • (2/26/2010 7:38:00 AM)


    Stevenson in one of his lighter moments with more than a touch of another great tongue-in-cheek writer, Lewis Carroll. It would be nice to see an anthology of other send-ups of Victorian 'high seriousness'. Maybe someone knows of one. (Report) Reply










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