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Published by Simon & Schuster in New York .
Written in English


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Edition Notes

StatementJack Todd
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3620.O318 R35 2011
The Physical Object
Pagination285 p. ;
Number of Pages285
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25185542M
ISBN 101416598510, 1416598529
ISBN 109781416598510, 9781416598527
LC Control Number2011004721

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He will descend like rain upon the grass and like gentle showers that descend upon the Earth. GOD'S WORD® Translation May he be like rain that falls on [freshly] cut grass, like showers that water the land. JPS Tanakh May he come down like rain upon the mown grass, As showers that water the earth. New American Standard Let them bring out the best in you, not the worst. When someone gives you a hard time, respond with the energies of prayer, for then you are working out of your true selves, your God-created selves. This is what God does. He gives his best—the sun to warm and the rain to nourish—to everyone, regardless: the good and bad, the nice and nasty.   Thirteen-year-old Capricorn “Cap” Anderson has only left the Garland Farm Commune (founded ) with his grandmother (“Rain”) a few times for supplies. He doesn’t know what TV is like, and he’s never held money in his hand. When Rain falls from a plum tree and has to spend two months in the hospital, Cap gets his first real taste of the confusing, “real” world of   Still Falls the Rain – by Dame Edith Sitwell. Still falls the Rain— Dark as the world of man, black as our loss— Blind as the nineteen hundred and forty nails Upon the Cross. Still falls the Rain With a sound like the pulse of the heart that is changed to the hammer-beat In the Potter’s Field, and the sound of the impious feet on the Tomb.