“Jesus, be a raindrop or central air, because I cannot breathe,” she prays.
Every raindrop on which there falls a ray of light reminds him of a diamond.
“Why is a raindrop―” began Norton Randolf, a newcomer in Chelton.
He saw the purple flash shiver across the swaying smoke, heard the splitting crack of the bolt, and felt a raindrop on his face.
She laughed softly, and followed the zigzag course of the raindrop with her finger.
You know who I mean by the rosebud, and who the raindrop is?
Not a tree quivered, not a raindrop slipped from a blade of grass, but Guy held out his arms to clasp his long-awaited Pauline.
Where a raindrop struck the water, the splash was like a little crown.
You'll be a wild comet, yes, but I'll be a raindrop in a deep well, learning patience.
Suddenly something sparkled that was not a raindrop, something in the moss and undergrowth at the entrance to the glade.