- Personification is a way of speech where animals or objects are given human qualities.It is usually used to create a metaphor.
Like "the dancing lights of the candles". Obviously the 'lights' cannot dance i.e. a human quality. But we can use the word 'dance' to show the movement of the 'light'. That is a metaphor.

- Rain In Summer
How beautiful is the rain!
After the dust and heat,
In the broad and fiery street,
In the narrow lane,
How beautiful is the rain!
How it clatters along the roofs
Like the tramp of hoofs!
How it gushes and struggles out
From the throat of the overflowing spout!
Across the window-pane
It pours and pours;
And swift and wide,
With a muddy tide,
Like a river down the gutter roars
The rain, the welcome rain!

It is wriiten by 
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

Rain, Rain please pour on me -------- Rain, Rain please set me free -------- Rain, Rain don't let the sun shine through ------- Rain, Rain my heart is now a pit of goo ----- Rain, Rain blow the ocean breeze --------- Rain, Rain sway the forest trees. -------- Rain, Rain don't wash away ----------- Rain, Rain I wish you could stay ------_---- Rain, Rain don't let the birds chirp or the children play. --------- Rain, Rain please stop time today--------. Rain, Rain Do you understand my sorrow? -------------- Rain, Rain please be here tomorrow----------- Personification is the way of speech in which non- living things or animals are given the quality of humans
I don't now why but I can't give the apace