1 The rain beat bruisingly outside.
2 'I wonder if it will rain,' she said.
3 As she went home, a fine drizzle of rain fell.
4 Outside there was only the threshing of the rain.
5 A coal-cart was coming downhill, clanking in the rain.
6 The drizzle of rain drifted greyly past upon the darkness.
7 But after a day or two she went out in the rain, and she went to the wood.
8 The rain was holding off, and in the air came a queer pellucid gleam of May.
9 The drizzle of rain was like a veil over the world, mysterious, hushed, not cold.
10 It was rather chilly, and there was smoke on the rain, and a certain sense of exhaust vapour in the air.
11 It was raining, but not so cold, and the wood felt so silent and remote, inaccessible in the dusk of rain.
12 Yet it was spring, and the bluebells were coming in the wood, and the leaf-buds on the hazels were opening like the spatter of green rain.
13 She opened the door and looked at the straight heavy rain, like a steel curtain, and had a sudden desire to rush out into it, to rush away.
14 The wood was silent, still and secret in the evening drizzle of rain, full of the mystery of eggs and half-open buds, half unsheathed flowers.
15 The thunder had ceased outside, but the rain which had abated, suddenly came striking down, with a last blench of lightning and mutter of departing storm.
16 So she sat, looking at the rain, listening to the many noiseless noises of it, and to the strange soughings of wind in upper branches, when there seemed to be no wind.
17 She slipped on her rubber shoes again and ran out with a wild little laugh, holding up her breasts to the heavy rain and spreading her arms, and running blurred in the rain with the eurhythmic dance movements she had learned so long ago in Dresden.
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