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September 19, 2011 by WITS Editor

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Plunk, plunk, plunkety, plunk

Rain falls on my window

Dink, dink, dinkety, dink

Rain hits my bike mirror

Plop, plop, plopety, plop

Rain drops on my umbrella

Splash, splash, splashety, splash

Rain drips on my dog’s head

Drip, drip, dripety, drip

Rain feels good on my skin

By Carly, age 8


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