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The poem song of the rain is written by the poet Khalil Gibran . This poem is regarded that rain is a  gift of the god . it is a part of nature , has been personified . it compares itself to the pearls in the crown of ishtar i.e. the great goddess of love  and war that have been snatched and blown down by the daughter of dawn . when rain falls , hills , flowers ,and all earthly thing rejoice . the field on the earth and cloud in the sky have been referred to as lovers . the dry fields are watered and the laden cloud is released of its burden .
        thunder rumbles just before rainfall which announces the arrival of rain , and rainbow says rain is over , the rains has compared to any earthly being from whom life begin on death on earth , it rest in the heaven . rain in the form of vapours , rises from the sea and goes high up in the air with breeze . 

                                             when rain falls in the window panes , people rejoice at its arrival . it is ironical that the very heat that forms rain in the form of clouds is killed by the rain when it falls to the earth . the field rejoice when it falls from heaven which seems to shed tears at its loss .
              his sighs are expression for disappointment and expectation due to affection for loved ones . in the end sad and happy memories , smile and tears leads of sadness and joy with happiness .
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the poem is written by THOMAS CAMPBELL Lord Ullin is the father of the girl. Being the lord of Ulva, he wields considerable power. His young beautiful daughter is madly in love with a chieftain in the same place. Lord Ullin can not reconcile to his daughter’s romantic relationship with the young chieftain. He puts a strong foot down on the idea of the two getting married. The daughter dreads the rage and fury of her father.
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