What are some good poems about the rain?

20 Beautiful Poems About Rain, For Kids 1. April Rain Song Let the rain kiss you Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops Let the rain sing you… 2. Rain Music On the dusty earth-drum Beats the falling rain; Now a whispered murmur, Now a louder strain. Slender,… 3. Rain The rain

Is there a short poem about the absence of rain?

This short poem uses rain as a metaphor for persistence. This short poem is about the absence of rain. Grizzled. Parched. Bone dry. ‘neath a merciless sky. thirsting for rain. This short poem is about the rain that comes with dangerous storms.

How old do you have to be to write a rain poem?

The second rain poem was written for 5-8 year olds, but I’m sure kids of all ages will enjoy it. on red colored swings. like they had magical wings.

How long is the poem Rain by Robert Stevenson?

‘Rain’ was written with a younger audience in mind, as much of Stevenson’s poetry was. The poem is only four lines long and describes the all-encompassing nature of rain. It falls everywhere, on everyone. It is “falling all around,” the first line begins.

When did Edward Thomas write the poem Rain?

Edward Thomas’s poem ‘Rain’ was written in 1916, while Thomas was fighting in the trenches: Since I was born into this solitude. Blessed are the dead that the rain rains upon …

Is the poem all day it has rained a war poem?

Like Edward Thomas’s ‘Rain’, this rain poem is also a war poem – though Lewis was a poet of the Second, rather than the First World War. Indeed, Lewis was an admirer of Thomas’s poetry and ‘All Day It Has Rained’ might be considered his tribute to Thomas’s rainy war poem.

What is the meaning of the poem The small rain down can rain?

The precise meaning of the first two lines (especially ‘the small rain down can rain’) remains something of a mystery, but most scholars appear to favour the following meaning: western wind, when will you blow so that the small rain can rain down? Interpreted this way, the poem is about longing for rain, rather than escaping it.