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The Raindrop Race (A Playful Poem About Rain)

This playful poem turns a rainy day into an exciting adventure with raindrops.

By ARJ GamingytPublished about a month ago 1 min read
 The Raindrop Race (A Playful Poem About Rain)
Photo by Devon Janse van Rensburg on Unsplash

Up in the clouds, a big grey crowd,

Raindrops huddle, feeling quite loud.

"Let's have a race!" one raindrop cried,

"Down to the Earth, with a happy slide!"

Off they went, a splashing race,

Down windowpanes, leaving a watery trace.

Across rooftops they bounced and rolled,

Filling the puddles, brave and bold.

Filling the puddles, brave and bold.

Little seeds wiggle, happy and green,

Drinking the raindrops, a joyful scene.

Flowers raise their faces, wet and bright,

The rain brings water, oh what a sight!

The children jump, with boots so red,

Splashing in puddles, where the raindrops have led.

Laughter and singing fill the air,

Rain isn't gloomy, it's fun to share.

For Funchildrens poetry

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