to: Our Readers

POSOWOCO Correspondent!
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Dear readers

Was out of town the other week and stuck in a miserable hotel looking at the window.

The rain ran down the pane, I miss things, so I wrote to you this.

Yours sincerely, POSOWOCO


Anyone like to watch raindrops on a window pane?.

Or want some thoughts on the subject of rain drops as applied to the world?.

Or would like to see how animated rain on a featured image can look real?.

Or just want to be reminded of tears and raindrops?

As the rain falls, it slowly builds up on my window pane.

As the drops get larger, they are pulled downwards to be replaced by smaller, younger drops.

Also, some things happen to them that makes changes – the particles will move and interact.

Nature’s best way to look out of a window on a cold, is a wet Monday afternoon.

Look at the drops and then the far distance, then back again.

Sometimes we may insist they are not built out of anything smaller.

But it is tiny water molecules clinging together for life as a droplet.

Have a look, listen and examine the poem below.

Some stacked up boats in Dorset


a piece of the came --

it is now nowhere as pain

it's cleansing forceful

By Mark Anthony